http://thetyee.ca/ui/img/logo.pngBy Katie Hyslop. Critics say government's framework for better quality control misses the academic boat.British Columbia has a vast post-secondary landscape that includes more than 400 institutions, from public universities and colleges to private trades and language schools, serving half a million students. The system established to ensure each school provides a good quality education is almost as broad. Government post-secondary accreditation is dealt with through a mishmash of different legislation, policy and rules, with four different accreditation bodies responsible for different kinds of schools. Read more...