The Transformation of Ontario's Postsecondary Education System examines the developments that are re-shaping the province's postsecondary system, including higher enrolments, further development of a knowledge-based economy, increased demands for research focused on competitiveness and productivity, and Ontario's transition to a multicultural, internationally connected, urban, and aged society. Universities and colleges are also adjusting to internal changes in the composition of the student body and staff, faculty work profiles, and funding arrangements. The authors consider possible changes in the system's structure, policy, and governance that may be helpful in dealing with the anticipated changes in societal needs, and expectations related to postsecondary education.
Ian D. Clark is professor in the School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto.Greg Moran is a member of both the clinical and developmental groups within the Department of Psychology, University of Western Ontario.Michael Skolnik is p
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