Don’t Treat Students as Customers

Posted on April 28th, 2015

Doris Iarovici published an article in the Guardian titled, “Don’t Treat Students as Customers When it Comes to Mental Health.”   “But ‘customer’, with its attendant focus on ‘service’, feels not only […]

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Yale Changing Leave Policy Amid Student Suicide Protest

Posted on April 28th, 2015

Yale University is making changes to policy that will help students who are returning to school after taking time away from their studies for medical, personal or other reasons. “Yale […]

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How a B.C. School is Trying to Help Students Under Stress

Posted on April 25th, 2015

“A B.C. high school has teamed up with university researchers to find out  what factors are hurting students’ academic and mental health – and, more importantly, how to address them.” Wendy Stueck reports […]

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UC Berkeley Students Vote to Improve Mental Health Services

Posted on April 23rd, 2015

Thousands of students had their say in a vote to improve mental health services on campus by increasing student fees at the University of California-Berkeley. “University of California-Berkeley students voted […]

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Eligibility for Canada Student Grants Program Extended

Posted on April 7th, 2015

Stephen Harper expands eligibility for Canada Student Grants program.  Training programs less than 60 weeks will now be eligible for government help. Read the full article  

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