Improving Access to Post-Secondary Education

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Post-secondary education is said to be one of the best investments anyone can make in one's future. But it's not as accessible to all as it could be. Joining The Agenda to explain the barriers and how they can be removed are: Jim Vanderveken, Dean for Community Partnerships and Experiential Learning at Mohawk College; Sue Gillespie, Chief Executive Officer of Pathways to Education; Coty Zachariah, National Chair of the Canadian Federation of Students; and Fiona Deller with the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.
Breaking Barriers in Higher Education
Apr 12, 2018
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