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Changing patterns of higher education in Canada

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        StatementPublished for Ontario College of Education by University of Toronto Press
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        Paginationxvi, 86 p. :
        Number of Pages87
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Moreover, harmful practices such as early marriage, gender-based violence, as well as discriminatory education laws and policies still prevent millions of girls from enrolling and completing their respective education.

It is not just an institution that supply graduates as products that have some predetermined value in the labour market. Moreover, instructors with several years of non-academic professional experience have greater chances of being university professors.

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The system can be characterized as soft federalism.