Today, UC's President Janet Napolitano distributed a letter which features some very good news for the University of California. Instate tuition will remain frozen at roughly $12,000 per year and Governor Brown will provide the UC with extra $. This deal opens up the "win win" of providing the resources for continuing to have an excellent university while protecting the middle class from tuition increases.
For Ontario students, EQAO stands for those pesky tests they have to write every few years up until Grade 10.
For teachers it’s a job requirement, one some consider valuable for the in-depth data they get about their students, and others see as a joy-killing, even dangerous, waste of precious time and money.
Parents, if they know the acronym, may still have only a fuzzy grasp of what it’s all about.
There has been a lot of talk since 2008 that economics as a discipline should be held responsible. And in the wake of these criticisms, that the standard curriculum should be adjusted. Of course, what is supposed to replace the boggeyman of "neoclassical" economics is often little more than a warmed over and updated version of Marx, Veblen and Keynes (modern Galbraitheanism since the earlier version didn't succeed).