Reports and Research

City School is an innovative initiative for Mohawk College, which means our research is an important way to support our work.


City School Research and Reports

The City School Partnership: A Community-Built Response to Improving Access to Education

Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada 

Status: Complete

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Bringing College Classrooms to the Community: Promoting Post-Secondary Access for Low-Income Adults Through Neighbourhood-Based College Courses 

Canadian Journal of Higher Education

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The City School Mobile Classroom: Evaluating a Response Method to Improving Access to Education

Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada 

Status: Complete


Pathway Transfer to Postsecondary: Exploring the Connection between Tuition Free Credit Courses and Postsecondary Studies

Funded by the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer

Status: Complete


Jobs for Locals at the Hamilton Port: Building accessible, demand-led postsecondary pathways

Funded by the Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation

Status: Complete


Community Reports


 

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Lead Researcher, Alan Bourke, Ph.D: Alan is a Professor in the School of Liberal Studies at Mohawk College where he teaches a variety of courses in the social sciences and humanities. He has an MA in sociology from the National University of Ireland (Cork) and a PhD in sociology from York University (Toronto). He has published work in international academic journals and with a Canadian Press in areas of community engagement, higher education, and social inequality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


City School in the News


Other Community Access and Engagement Reports