TORONTO, May 17 /CNW/ - Student leaders from the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA) met with Premier Dalton McGuinty on Saturday to discuss a range of issues facing the post-secondary education system in Ontario.
"The Premier remains committed to partnering with students to improve Ontario's post-secondary education system," said OUSA President Dan Moulton. "We look forward to working with the Premier to address our shared priorities of enhancing the quality of teaching, providing e-learning and international education opportunities, and strengthening accountability for public and student funding."
At the Premier's request, OUSA will be providing further input on a number of proposals related to system design that arose during the private meeting.
"The post-secondary sector and the Province as a whole are facing many challenges," added Moulton. "Students are committed to collaborating with the Premier, his staff and the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities to develop educated solutions that will build on the success of the government's historic Reaching Higher Plan."
SOURCE Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance
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