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Strategy for Change 2007

Strategy for Change 2007

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Strategy for Change is a policy paper by the Canadian Federation of Students about alternatives to student financial assistance and financing of universities and colleges.
Strategy for Change is a policy paper by the Canadian Federation of Students about alternatives to student financial assistance and financing of universities and colleges.

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03/30/2013

 
Strategy for Change:
Money 
Does
Matter 
 An alternative for accessible, high-quality post-secondary education
Canadian Federation of StudentsOctober 2007
 
Strategy for Change: Money does matter 
An alternative for accessible, high-quality post-secondary education.
ISBN 0-9682248-3-0
Deposited with the National Library of CanadaPrinted in CanadaCopies may be obtained from:Canadian Federation of Students170 Metcalfe Street, Suite 500Ottawa, OntarioCanada K2P 1P3www.cfs-fcee.ca
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The National Library of Canada has catalogued this publication as follows:
Canadian Federation of StudentsStrategy for Change: Money does matter An alternative for accessible, high-quality post-secondary education.5th edition, 2007.Includes bibliographical references.Text in English and French, on inverted pages.ISBN 0-9682248-3-01. Post-secondary education--Canada--Finance. 2. Federal aid to education--Canada. 3. Student aid--Canada. 4. Student enrollment--Canada.I. Canadian Federation of Students II. Title. III Title: Stratégie pour le changement.
 
Table o Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1 Introduction to this text ......................................................................................................................................11.2 Education is a Right ...........................................................................................................................................11.3 The Benets of Post-Secondary Education ........................................................................................................21.4 A Cautionary Note About Benets ......................................................................................................................3
Chapter 2. A Brief History of Post-Secondary Education in Canada
2.1 The Federal Presence in Post-Secondary Education ..........................................................................................52.2 Federal Funding Arrangements ..........................................................................................................................52.2.1 Established Programs Financing (1977–1996) ...........................................................................................52.2.2 Canada Health and Social Transfer (1996–2004) ......................................................................................62.2.3 Canada Social Transfer (2004–present) ....................................................................................................62.3 Student Financial Assistance ..............................................................................................................................62.4 User Fees (Tuition Fees) .....................................................................................................................................72.4.1 Pre-WWII (1867 to1938) ............................................................................................................................72.4.2 Post-War (1946 to 1980) ...........................................................................................................................72.4.3 1980s .........................................................................................................................................................82.4.4 1994 to 2000 .............................................................................................................................................82.4.5 2000 to the present ..................................................................................................................................82.5 Income Contingent Loan Repayment Schemes ..................................................................................................92.6 Aboriginal Students .........................................................................................................................................10
Chapter 3. Current Trends in Post-Secondary Education
3.1 Spending by the Government of Canada .........................................................................................................153.1.1 Taxation....................................................................................................................................................153.1.2 Federal Surpluses 1997–2007, Future Projections ..................................................................................163.1.3 “The Growing Gap” .................................................................................................................................163.2 Federal Transfers .............................................................................................................................................173.3 User Fees (tuition fees) ....................................................................................................................................183.3.1 Funding Post-Secondary Education: Who Should Pay? ..........................................................................193.3.2 Compulsory Fees .....................................................................................................................................203.3.3 International Comparison of Tuition Fees ................................................................................................203.3.4 The “Net Tuition Fee” Myth ....................................................................................................................223.3.5 The “Regressive Subsidy” Myth .............................................................................................................233.4 Persistence/Attrition .........................................................................................................................................243.5 Student Debt ....................................................................................................................................................253.5.1 The Growth of Student Debt ....................................................................................................................253.5.2 The Impact of Student Debt ....................................................................................................................253.6 Student Financial Assistance ............................................................................................................................263.6.1 Debt “Management” Programs and Default ............................................................................................263.6.2 Privatization of Student Loans ................................................................................................................303.6.3 Canada Study Grants .............................................................................................................................30

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