August 24, 2023 | 8 min. 23 sec. | Alexandre Dubé (QUB Radio) Interview (in French) with Vincent Geloso, Senior Economist at […]
Greater flexibility in the hiring and firing of teachers would substantially improve the quality of education in Quebec, notes this MEI study. Out of 111,000 Quebec teachers, four were fired for incompetence over the past five years.
Adjusting tuition fees in Quebec based on program costs would be fairer, and would be less expensive for over half of undergraduate students, according to this new publication by the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI).
August 24, 2022 | 10 min. 54 sec. | Montreal Now (CJAD AM) Interview with Vincent Geloso, Senior Economist at the MEI, […]
The bulk of the empirical literature in the economics of education suggests that policies that improve parental choice and school autonomy provide better ways to spend.
L’essentiel de la littérature empirique dans le domaine de l’économie de l’enseignement indique que les politiques augmentant les choix des parents et l’autonomie des écoles ouvrent la voie à une meilleure utilisation des fonds.
August 18, 2022 | 9 min. 06 sec. | Midi Pile (95,7 KYK) Interview (in French) with Vincent Geloso, Senior Economist at […]
With students across Canada preparing to go back to school, the MEI released this study on how to improve educational outcomes. Vincent Geloso, Senior Economist at the MEI, concludes that it is an illusion to think that the quality of education will be improved merely by increasing government spending.
Si on veut maximiser la qualité de l’éducation tout en la rendant accessible à tous, ce n’est pas en limitant la concurrence que nous y arriverons, mais en la favorisant.
Charter schools in Alberta are autonomous and non-profit, and they follow the curriculum set out by the province. Yet critics are complaining about the diversion of funding from public schools—even though charter schools are public schools.