Canadian Lawyer magazine has an interesting little story about tuition rises at the University of Toronto. Apparently, tuition there has been rising at 8% per year for some time now, and students, understandably, are upset.
That’s a pretty run-of-the-mill story. More interesting, however, was Dean Benjamin Alarie’s defense of the hikes. To wit:
“The cost of satisfying our obligations increases steadily over time, and without corresponding provincial [government] increases to our funding, we need to find a source to finance … [ Read More ]