Accountability and System Vision

Accountability mechanisms and systemic vision drivers, while a seemingly distant issue from students, pose significant implications to their post-secondary access and outcomes. The various processes, frameworks, and models used to practice accountability and achieve system goals are well-intentioned, but students have identified gaps and areas for improvement to more equitably serve the needs of not only themselves, but of faculty, administrators, and sector stakeholders. Students have come together to offer recommendations that address their concerns on a number of issues ranging from university governance to capacity expansion to Strategic Mandate Agreements, and hope they are seriously considered to actualize the accountability and system vision objectives for an enhanced post-secondary sector.