Research by Elizabeth Martin

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Ce rapport montre comment des partenariats et communautés de pratique peuvent améliorer les relations entre primaire, secondaire et EPS dans les arts, les lettres et sciences humaines,...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 80 pages | March 2018 | by Elizabeth Martin
Le cliché du « barista titulaire d’un baccalauréat » est au cœur du débat populaire parmi les diplômés des programmes d’enseignement postsecondaire en sciences sociales et humaines...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 108 pages | March 2018 | by Elizabeth Martin
This report offers insights into how partnerships and communities of practice can improve the connection between K–12 and PSE educators in the arts, humanities, and social sciences—to...
The Conference Board of Canada | 74 pages | March 2018 | by Elizabeth Martin
The “barista with a BA” trope dominates popular discussion about graduates of social sciences and humanities post-secondary programs. This report examines post-secondary education’s...
The Conference Board of Canada | 102 pages | February 2018 | by Jessica Edge, Elizabeth Martin, Matthew McKean
This report examines the role and value of private career college (PCC) training, with a particular emphasis on who seeks out training from PCCs and why. It also examines key issues...
The Conference Board of Canada | 82 pages | June 2016 | by Elizabeth Martin, Cameron MacLaine
This briefing profiles Ontario’s School Within a College program. It is one response to the question of how to better support at-risk students in their transition to post-secondary...
The Conference Board of Canada | 16 pages | April 2016 | by Elizabeth Martin
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