About This Issue:

In 1990, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization made a World Declaration recognizing the importance of Education for All in “providing humanity with the capacity to control its own development”. A significant prerequisite for accessible education is the participation of all stakeholders in the “educational process with a policy based on alliance and partnership”, states the UN. The reports featured in this month’s Research Review shed light on some of the educational barriers faced by Canadian students.

Click to download:  July 2015 Research Review – Issues in Canadian Public Policy No. 2 (Education)

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