Given the rapidity of change in labour markets today, is there a need for us to reform our education and training and our student loan programs to reflect that change? For instance, if the skill requirements change throughout a person's career, shouldn't funding for student aid change or be available at various stages? Currently, there really hasn't been a significant change in the way we fund student aid. It's based on the old paradigm that you get educated once, and that's it for life. Should we be looking at an overhaul of how we do that, with the expectation that people have to change their skills?
On March 25th, 2014. See this statement in context.