OUSA report outlines recommendations to improve quality of education at Ontario universities

July 19, 2012

On Wednesday the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance released a report presenting its position on a variety of topics related to delivering high quality education within the province's PSE sector. The report examines strategies that the Ontario government can use to improve the quality of education being offered at provincial universities with little or no additional cost. OUSA recommends the implementation of Ontario teaching chairs and teaching-focused faculty, experiential education, improved credit transfer, and online education. The report also provides commentary on performance funding, differentiation, satellite campuses, teaching-only universities, 3-year degrees, and summer semesters. OUSA News Release | Report