Arrangements for co-ordination between university and college sectors in Canadian Provinces : 1990-1996
Jones, Glen A.
Skolnik, Michael L.
Soren, Barbara J.

Date: 1998
Abstract: A policy question that arises in any jurisdiction where there is some diversity of postsecondary institutional types is whether there should be formal arrangements for co-ordination among groupings of different type institutions, and if so, what form these arrangements should take. This paper examines questions related to co-ordination between postsecondary sectors in Canada. We conclude that the Canadian provinces, with one important exception, seem to be content to maintain the center of gravity for co-ordination at levels below the system, by either facilitating voluntary inter-sectoral arrangements and encouraging interaction between sectors, or leaving these matters largely at the discretion of institutions.
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Language: Anglès
Document: Article ; recerca ; Versió publicada
Published in: Higher education policy, vol. 11 n. 1 (1998) p. 15-27, ISSN 0952-8733

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