Post Secondary Education At the Crossroads
February 23 – 26, 2006
Just a reminder that if you have not already done so, to register for our upcoming Post-Secondary Education Conference. If you are unable to attend the whole conference, but would like to take in the keynote speakers in either
In the summer of 2005, Public Interest
At the Crossroads offers a unique opportunity for all post-secondary education stakeholders, advocates, and members of the public to develop concrete initiatives and action plans, which will provide a framework to fashion a post-secondary education system that best serves our society. We hope you can join us to be a part of this important discussion about the future of our post-secondary education system.
Peter MacMenamin is the Deputy General Secretary of the Teachers’ Union Ireland (TUI) and oversees the Higher Education mandate of the
Jeffrey Simpson, The Globe and Mail’s national affairs columnist, is the recipient of all three leading Canadian literary prizes – the Governor-General’s Award for non-fiction book writing, the National Magazine Award for political writing, and two time winner of the National Newspaper Award for column writing. Jeffrey Simpson has published five books – Discipline of Power (1980); Spoils of Power (1988); Fault-lines, Struggling for a Canadian Vision (1993); The Anxious Years (1996); and Star-Spangled Canadians (2000) and The Friendly Dictatorship (2001). Jeffrey Simpson will address the issue of why and how the federal and provincial governments must make post-secondary education a priority.
*Either keynote presentation is included in the full conference registration of $125.00.
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