School Interest across our Society
What does access to education mean today? Should everyone consider higher education as an end in itself? Which means should CEGEPs opt for in facilitating access to higher education? In what ways can indecision, experimentation, and exploration be normal and beneficial for college students? What means could businesses and governments implement to promote the improvement of technical training in CEGEPs? How would postsecondary education be better off by winning back a bit of distance from the labor market and world of employment? Antoine Baby—author, sociologist, educator, and founder of the Centre de recherche et d’intervention sur la réussite scolaire and the Centre de transfert sur la réussite éducative du Québec—answers these questions in an interview granted to Pédagogie collégiale.
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