Addresses choice, opportunity, and barriers - including financial ones - related to post-secondary participation.This work offers insights into the factors that begin to operate long before students reach the end of high school, and points to the need to consider policy initiatives that start equally and go beyond making schooling affordable.
Ross Finnie is associate professor in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa.
Richard E. Mueller is associate professor in the Department of Economics, University of Lethbridge.
Arthur Sweetman is director of t
Contributors include Lesley Andres and Maria Adamuti-Trache (University of British Columbia), Patrick Bussiere (Human Resources and Social Development Canada), Lorne Carmichael (Queen's), Louis Christofides, Michael Hoy, Zhi (Jane) Li, and Thanasis Stengos (University of Guelph), Kathleen Day (University of Ottawa), Ross Finnie (University of Ottawa), Marc Frenette (Statistics Canada), Jorgen Hansen (Concordia), David Johnson (Wilfred Laurier), Felice Martinello (Brock), Anne Motte (Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation), Richard E. Mueller (University of Lethbridge), Arthur Sweetman (Queen's University), Hanqing Theresa Qiu (MESA Project), Alex Usher (Educational Policy Institute), and Yan Zhang (Statistics Canada).
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