Friday, June 5, 2015

New Book Published by CCPA: A Penny for your Thoughts: How Corporatization Devalues Teaching, Research, and Public Service in Canada's Universities
Simmering conflicts in higher education have reached the boiling point across Canada and around the globe. Teach-ins, occupations, strikes, and mass protests are being mobilized against exorbitant tuition fees, declining educational quality, mismanagement, the commodification of research, and the suppression of free speech and critical inquiry. A Penny For Your Thoughts shows how Canadian higher education has come to this point. - See more at: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/penny-your-thoughts#sthash.4yuRmY8A.4cpqFihY.dpuf
"Simmering conflicts in higher education have reached the boiling point across Canada and around the globe. Teach-ins, occupations, strikes, and mass protests are being mobilized against exorbitant tuition fees, declining educational quality, mismanagement, the commodification of research, and the suppression of free speech and critical inquiry. A Penny For Your Thoughts shows how Canadian higher education has come to this point."

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Simmering conflicts in higher education have reached the boiling point across Canada and around the globe. Teach-ins, occupations, strikes, and mass protests are being mobilized against exorbitant tuition fees, declining educational quality, mismanagement, the commodification of research, and the suppression of free speech and critical inquiry. A Penny For Your Thoughts shows how Canadian higher education has come to this point. - See more at: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/penny-your-thoughts#sthash.4yuRmY8A.4cpqFihY.dpuf
Simmering conflicts in higher education have reached the boiling point across Canada and around the globe. Teach-ins, occupations, strikes, and mass protests are being mobilized against exorbitant tuition fees, declining educational quality, mismanagement, the commodification of research, and the suppression of free speech and critical inquiry. A Penny For Your Thoughts shows how Canadian higher education has come to this point. - See more at: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/penny-your-thoughts#sthash.4yuRmY8A.4cpqFihY.dpuf
Simmering conflicts in higher education have reached the boiling point across Canada and around the globe. Teach-ins, occupations, strikes, and mass protests are being mobilized against exorbitant tuition fees, declining educational quality, mismanagement, the commodification of research, and the suppression of free speech and critical inquiry. A Penny For Your Thoughts shows how Canadian higher education has come to this point. - See more at: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/penny-your-thoughts#sthash.4yuRmY8A.4cpqFihY.dpuf
Simmering conflicts in higher education have reached the boiling point across Canada and around the globe. Teach-ins, occupations, strikes, and mass protests are being mobilized against exorbitant tuition fees, declining educational quality, mismanagement, the commodification of research, and the suppression of free speech and critical inquiry. A Penny For Your Thoughts shows how Canadian higher education has come to this point. - See more at: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/penny-your-thoughts#sthash.4yuRmY8A.4cpqFihY.dpuf
Simmering conflicts in higher education have reached the boiling point across Canada and around the globe. Teach-ins, occupations, strikes, and mass protests are being mobilized against exorbitant tuition fees, declining educational quality, mismanagement, the commodification of research, and the suppression of free speech and critical inquiry. A Penny For Your Thoughts shows how Canadian higher education has come to this point. - See more at: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/penny-your-thoughts#sthash.4yuRmY8A.4cpqFihY.dpuf

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