Reports & Data
As announced in the fall of 2011, CCL will close its doors permanently in the spring of 2012.
CCL deeply appreciates all the support it has received from employees, volunteers and stakeholders since its inception in 2004 and extends heartfelt thanks to all those who have contributed to its success.
A Systematic Review is an approach to gathering, analyzing and synthesizing a body of research on a given topic. It includes clearly defined protocols and procedures ensuring accountability and transparency.
All tasks and decisions are documented allowing for the replicability of the review by others. Systematic reviews are typically collaborative in nature. The research team works in conjunction with professions, experts and practitioners in the field to ensure all key resources are accessed.
These reviews are comprehensive in the capture of literature, yet specific in scope. Criteria clearly define studies that are to be included or excluded in the review. In the final analysis and synthesis of a systematic review studies are evaluated on their methodological rigor and meta-analyses are conducted when possible.
Summary 1: Criteria used to effectively measure research and innovation in post-secondary environments
Summary 2: Measuring quality in post-secondary education
Summary 3: Accurately forecasting labour market needs
Summary 4: Factors influencing post-secondary enrolment increases and decreases
Summary 5: Policies & practices supporting the Educational achievement and social integration of first and second generation migrants
Summary 6: The Social Consequences of Economic Inequality for Canadian Children: A Review of the Canadian Literature
Summary 7: Adult Literacy: A Synthesis of Evidence
Summary 8: Examining the impact of homework on academic achievement