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Le Remboursement Proportionnel au Revenu (RPR) : Un système pour les prêts d'études alliant efficacité et accessibilité

  • Claude Montmarquette

Le système RPR est un moyen efficace pour faire face à un dégel inévitable des frais de scolarité au Québec sans compromettre l'accès aux études. Il permet une plus grande efficacité dans les décisions dans les choix éducationnels des étudiants, en resserrant les liens entre le marché du travail et le secteur de l'éducation. Le système de remboursement proportionnel au revenu (RPR) peut servir de fer de lance dans une réforme majeure du financement du système d'éducation postsecondaire du Québec. Dans ce parcours hausse de frais de scolarité et système RPR, des questions inévitables sur la structure de rémunérations des enseignants et professeurs et la responsabilisation des étudiants dans leur choix d'investir en capital humain devront être abordées.

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Paper provided by CIRANO in its series CIRANO Project Reports with number 2006rp-08.

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Length: 45 pages
Date of creation: 01 Apr 2006
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Handle: RePEc:cir:cirpro:2006rp-08
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