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Community college programs: Too Cool for School Too

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

Date: 08-25-2009

The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities issued new directives on advertising of college programs after this investigation into Cambrian College's Health Information Management program, whose graduates were unable to find jobs in their field.

Report released August 25, 2009.

Cover of report, Too Cool for School TooRead the report HTML | PDF
Also read about the Too Cool For School Report (July 14 2009)


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