Education

Further Readings

Beagan, B. (2001). Micro Inequities and Everyday Inequalities: “Race,” Gender, Sexuality and Class in Medical School. The Canadian Journal of Sociology 26(4): 583–610.

This article explores the experience of marginalized students in medical school.

Iwama, M. (2000). “At Dawn, Our Bellies Full”: Teaching Tales of Food and Resistance from Residential Schools and Internment Camps in Canada. Journal of Intercultural Studies 21(3): 239–254.

This article explores the meaning of food from the perspective of residential school survivors.

Lindberg, T. (1997) What Do You Call an Indian Woman with a Law Degree: Nine Aboriginal Women at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law Speak Out. Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 9: 301.

This article explores the experience of Indigenous women in law school.

Helpful Websites

MacLean’s: Grade Inflation: http://www.macleans.ca/tag/grade-inflation/

This site offers some resources pertaining to the causes and effects of grade inflation.

Unesco: Education for All report

http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0023/002322/232205e.pdf

This report takes a look at the state of education around the globe

Universities Canada: Tuition Fees

http://www.univcan.ca/universities/facts-and-stats/tuition-fees-by-university/

This websites provides detailed information pertaining to tuition fees across Canada, sorted by university.

Statistics Canada: Overqualification Among Recent University Graduates in Canada

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/75-006-x/2014001/article/11916-eng.pdf

This report provides some statistics information on which graduates are most likely to be unemployed or underemployed after graduating from university.