Student voice Athena Green: High school doesn't prepare students for university Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 05 2012, 9:55 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Oct. 05 2012, 11:41 PM EDT The Carleton University communications student says high schools are too hands on and fail to teach students the independence they require to thrive in university Watch More Video: Ethicist details principles that guide massive genome project What is the Genome Project? Alberta couple struggles with the results of a genetic test Explainer: The science of the genome A genetic test solves a hereditary mystery and saves a life The Personal Genome Project: A brave new world for science and privacy 'If I can help contribute, I'm happy to be part of that research' Cancer in the family: Sisters search for answers Video: Educators building pathways between universities and colleges Roger Martin: We must cultivate curiosity Olivier Roy: Students need to be partners with universities Travis Perry: Students bear too much of the financial burden Jennifer Lee: Graduate students lack real world experience Sara Diamond: Universities must reach out to their communities David Helfand, education innovator: One class at a time Sherry Mantyka: Making math add up Robert Huish: A course in changing the world Robert Mendenhall: Measuring learning, not time Hossein Rahnama: Monetizing education Daphne Koller: Education as a right 0 comments Print AA This is part of Our Time to Lead: Education, The Globe and Mail's series on the state of postsecondary education in Canada. To discover the full series, visit the Our Time to Lead section. Or, view all of the video inside the multimedia interactive.