To get good insightful answers, how the question is framed matters. I missed an opportunity on Thursday
Alex Usher of the Education Policy Institute wrote a great commentary (again) for the Educational Policy Institute’s "The Week in Review" this week.
Usher takes issue with Canadian commentators saying "Canada needs to have its own Bologna process" and proceeds to argue why they (I’m included) are misinterpreting what the Bologna Process means.
I’ve read it a few times today and I remain unsure how to respond to his arguments about the role of the federal government in post-secondary education.
Usher is one of the brightest and most experienced experts on higher education in Canada. It may take me the better part of the weekend to compose a worthy response to his piece.
Until then, go read his commentary and then check back here in the hope I sit down and write my response this weekend.
(I’ve been procrastinating a lot recently.)