Today’s news includes articles about education savings, access to education, and partner activities, from various news sources including La Presse, CBC News, and the Financial Post.
L’ARGENT QUI PASSE DANS LE BEURRE. La Presse. Le 13 mars 2016.
Il y a de l’argent qui pend au bout du nez des Québécois. Des crédits, des bons, des allocations qui passent carrément dans le beurre parce que les contribuables…
Yes, you can get a job with a liberal arts degree, says this researcher. Ottawa Citizen, March 15, 2016
Ross Finnie knows what many students think of a liberal arts education: It won’t pay off.
Free money: Post-secondary scholarships are begging for candidates. Financial Post. March 15, 2016
Tall Clubs International says it probably comes up a little short when it comes to the number of applications it receives for its scholarships.
First Nations students get 30 per cent less funding than other children, economist says. CBC News March 14, 2016
Don Drummond counters Indigenous Affairs’ claim that funding gap cannot be measured.
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