Canada’s Self-Imposed Crisis in Post-Secondary Education

Da Academic Matters: “This year the federal government will collect $48 billion less than it would have if taxation rates remained at the same level as in 2000. One-quarter of that $48 billion figure can be attributed to the two-percentage-point cut in the Goods and Services Tax, brought in by the Harper government. A lot can be done with $48 billion. To take just one example, with just 10% of that figure, tuition fees could be eliminated for all students currently enrolled in Canadian universities.” L’intero articolo qui.

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