Tuition Deregulation and Access to Professional Programs In his article, “University access amid tuition deregulation: evidence from Ontario professional programs,” Frenette (2008) details a study that researched the interplay between enrollment into professional medical, dental and legal programs, tuition deregulation and the social and economic backgrounds of recent graduates of bachelors programs using data only from Ontario, where the increase in the tuition fees for professional programs was most dramatic of all the provinces and working under the hypothesis that enrollment in professional programs would decline based on socioeconomic background in the face of tuition fee increases. Using statistical data from Statistics Canada and...The end:
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