The University of Manitoba publishes the Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, a journal dedicated to issues related to educational policy and practice across Canada. Published irregularly but frequently, this peer reviewed journal is presented entirely online. On this website, visitors can download the full text of all current and archived articles, dating back to the journals debut in 1995. In a December 2016 article, Brenton Faubert, assistant professor of Education at Western University, investigates the financial impact of students failing secondary courses. Meanwhile, in November 2016, the journal published a special issue featuring eight different papers discussing some aspect of the privatization of Canadian K-12 and higher education institutions. The journal also publishes articles related to issues arising within the classroom or individual schools. For example, a December 2015 article examines best practices for coordinating the roles of school counselors and school administrators. While specifically aimed at Canadian educators and policy makers, many of these articles may also be of interest to members of the educational community outside of Canada.