By Michael Skolnik

In 2012, the proportion of Canada’s adult population that had completed some type of tertiary education program was the highest of any OECD member country. While the OECD comparisons are at the national level, Ontario’s patterns of educational attainment are similar to the patterns for Canada, being slightly higher on some indices than the national average. (more…)

By Gavin Moodie

Australian university-type education has periods of relatively stability and increasing fears of stagnation interrupted about every two decades by ambitious and radical change. (more…)