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Pathways to Education and Work

 

 

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Higher vocational education, pathways and social inequality: implications for research and policy 6 July 2017, Worcester College, Oxford

The 3rd International Pathways Collaborative Symposium will be held on 6 July 2017. The key theme of the pathways symposium will be to examine if and how pathways from vocational to higher education support social justice, social inclusion and social mobilityOur aim is to provide insights for future research and policy, drawing on knowledge and experience across different countries. 

 

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Pathways to Education and Work Research Group is affiliated with the Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education

The Pathways to Education and Work Research Group oversees a research program that is proudly affiliated with the Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. 

The Centre supports and disseminates research on topics related to Canadian and international higher education and promotes community amongst scholars, graduate students, and others involved in the study of higher education.

To learn more about the Centre for Study of Canadian and International Higher Education, please visit the Centre's website.

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ONCAT publishes Pathways Team project on decision makig tool and guidelines for optemizing Ontario's credit transfer system

The Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT) has recenly published a research project that was undertaken by OISE Pathways Team. This research was undertaken to support the government’s three goals for pathways in Ontario. Contributing to the four years of substantial research, knowledge building and reflection by ONCAT, this study synthesises current theories and research on student, mobility, institutional partnerships and pathways, and presents the current patterns of student flows and institutional agreements in Ontario. 

The ONCAT release included the final report, executive summary, decision-making tool, appendix for colleges, and appendix for universities