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American influence on the higher education of Canada.

Falconer, Robert Sir

American influence on the higher education of Canada.

by Falconer, Robert Sir

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Published by Printed for the Royal Society of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Higher -- Canada.,
  • Education, Higher -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, 3rd series, section 2, v. 24, 1930.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [23]-38 ;
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19982530M

      As an international student, you are welcome to complete all or part of your education in Canada. Like other countries, there are both public and private universities. Tuition fees for public universities average between 7, CAD per year, while tuition for private universities tend to be much higher. As higher education professionals, we can play an important role in our transformation from a nation of exclusion to one of inclusion, from a nation of opportunity for some to a nation of opportunity for all, from a nation of privilege based on assumed birthright to a nation of real equality, where we all live and work on a level playing field.

    Education - Education - The educational awakening: When Jefferson died in , the nation stood on the threshold of a stupendous transformation. During the ensuing quarter century it expanded enormously in space and population. Old cities grew larger and new ones more numerous. The era saw the coming of the steamboat and the railroad. Commerce flourished and so did agriculture. Linda Perkins's article, "The African American Female Elite: The Early History of African American Women in the Seven Sister Colleges, ," represents just such an expansion of the field. Perkins reveals the painful experiences of young Black women who persevered despite their ostracism and marginalization within these elite institutions.

      Gross and Fosse, and Catherine Cheng, a graduate student at the time, contributed to a book, Diversity in American Higher Education: Toward a More Comprehensive Approach (Routledge), that built on the theory of self-selection. 1. Hist Psychol. May;3(2) Francis Cecil Sumner: his views and influence on African American higher education. Sawyer TF(1). Author information: (1)Department of Psychology, North Central College, Naperville, Illinois , USA. During the mids, Francis Cecil Sumner, the first African American to earn a PhD in psychology, published 2 articles concerning strategies for.


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