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A System Model for Subjective Wellbeing: Implications for the Industrialization of Creativity
In the early 21st century, the industrialization of creativity is a defining framework of economic and creative life in the global market. It drives policies and decisions in national and local governments, in workplace ...
Institutional Strategies and Factors that Contribute to the Engagement of Recent Immigrant Adult Students in Ontario Post-Secondary Education
The purpose of this study is to provide a unique investigation that yields vital data on barriers experienced by recent immigrant adult students (RIAS), the policies, practices and supports in PSE and their impact on RIAS ...
Preparing for Uncertainty: Exploring Access to Higher Education in Dzaleka Refugee Camp, Malawi
Against a backdrop of increasingly protracted refugee situations worldwide and on the continent of Africa in particular, education is imperative to facilitate the ability of displaced persons to voice their concerns and ...
Decolonizing Institutional Practices: Supporting Aboriginal College Student Success
The Aboriginal population is the fastest growing segment of the Canadian population. As a result, it is essential to increase Aboriginal participation in post-secondary studies and persistence to completion. To accomplish ...
Exhibiting Climate Change: An Examination of the Thresholds of Arts-Sciences Collaborations in the Context of Learning for a Sustainable Future
This dissertation probes the cultural and political thresholds of arts–sciences collaborations in the context of the development of public pedagogy about a sustainable response to climate change. The dissertation is an ...
Educational Outcomes of Youth Involved in Child Protective Services: A Meta-Analytic Review
According to recent literature reviews, youth in child protective services (CPS-youth) are at risk for poor educational attainment. Yet the percentages of CPS-youth completing secondary school and enrolling in a postsecondary ...