Below is a small selection of Library resources on education policy in Canada.

These books are available in print at the Legislative Library.


Colonized classrooms: racism, trauma and resistance in post-secondary education.

by Sheila Cote-Meek

Special education in Canada.

by Alan L. Edmunds and Gail Edmunds


International students in Saskatchewan: policies, programs, and perspectives.

by Joe Garcea and Neil Hibbert

Education and the politics of difference: select Canadian perspectives.

by Ratna Ghosh  and Ali A. Abdi


Bridging the Aboriginal education gap in Saskatchewan.

by Eric C. Howe

Recent perspectives on early childhood education and care in Canada.

Edited by Nina Howe and Larry Prochner



Handbook of Canadian higher education law.

Edited by Theresa Shanahan, Michelle Nilson, and Li-Jeen Broshko

Academic freedom in conflict: the struggle over free speech rights in the university.

Edited by James L. Turk  

Academia, Inc.: how corporatization is transforming Canadian universities.

by James Brownlee

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