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have on student achievement? At a time when property management budgets are shrinking and maintenance costs are on the rise …
facilities management practices. The technology-enabled learning space. Natural hazard risk mitigation. The modernisation of …
An international PEB seminar on “Information and Communications Technology and Educational Property Management” was … held in Montreal, Canada, from 31 October to 3 November 2004. The aim of this seminar was to examine how information and … communications technology (ICT) can be incorporated into educational property management by investigating three issues: how ICT can …
Presented here are the major reasons why an asset management system (AMS) is needed, a brief history of their evolution … basic requirements for an asset management system. …
These four articles relate to science and technology infrastructure for secondary and tertiary institutions. The first article presents a view on approaches to teaching science in school and illustrates ideal science facilities for secondary education. The second piece reports on work underway...
In Quebec (Canada), vocational training is delivered in special centres supported by the Ministry of Education. Here …
The author argues that productivity should be raised by bringing the low productivity segment of the workforce closer to the median. Consequently, he argues that the most pressing task for Canadians is to foster basic skills, reduce the high school dropout rate, and raise the profile of...
.0% in 2000), this paper examines Quebec's roles in the life-time interprovincial migration of the Canada-born elderly, the …, we found that Quebec ended up with an overall net loss of 4.9% of Canada-born elderly lifetime migrants, which was highly … was rooted in the cultural disharmony between Quebec and the rest of Canada as well as Quebec's relative shortage of good …
.0% in 2000), this paper examines Quebec's roles in the life-time interprovincial migration of the Canada-born elderly, the …, we found that Quebec ended up with an overall net loss of 4.9% of Canada-born elderly lifetime migrants, which was highly … was rooted in the cultural disharmony between Quebec and the rest of Canada as well as Quebec's relative shortage of good …
political channels. The most important and prominent manifestation of diversity in Canada has been the rise to dominance in the … Canada are by no means confined to Quebec. In particular, the rise of the western provinces -- particularly Alberta and … recently, since about 1990, the key central province of Ontario has also begun to separate itself to some extent from Canada as …