Universal access to quality public education is a core value Canadians share. The CCPA's research looks at a variety of related issues, and our special Education Project focuses on areas such as corporate intrusion into the public education system, the impact of high-stakes testing on students, private money in public schools, post-secondary education reform, and more.
Sinking, Swimming, or Treading Water?
Winter 2014, Volume 17, Number 1
Navigating the changing terrain of university finance
The Impact of Taxation in the Higher Education Debates
Ivory tower privilege or public interest?
Eduflation and the High Cost of Learning
Restacking the Deck: Streaming by class, race and gender in Ontario schools
by David Clandfield, by Bruce Curtis, by Grace-Edward Galabuzi, by Alison Gaymes San Vicente, by D.W. Livingstone, by Harry Smaller