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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


JOUR
ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER EMPLOYMENT POLICIES AND REPEATING COLONIAL HISTORIES. Liddle, Celeste.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (82) Summer 2018/19 pp. 5-8
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal employment; Government policy; Government attitudes; Colonialism; Aboriginal history; Racial discrimination; Workplace environment; Employment conditions; Wages; Unemployment; Poverty; Educational attainment; University environment. Community Development Programme (CDP). [ID NO.:190210]


JOUR
AGAINST APOLOGIES. Horton, Joanna.
Overland (232) Spring 2018 pp. 53-60
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; History; Social justice; Political attitudes; Left politics; Political party policy; Social attitudes; Democracy; Racism; Identity; International comparisons. National apology; Stolen Generation; Privilege; Alienation. [ID NO.:190153]


E2545
AISNSW PILOT PROJECT : IMPROVING OUTCOMES FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDENTS : FINAL EVALUATION REPORT. Behrendt, Larissa; Barber, Tracy; Graham, Maree. Sydney, NSW : The Association of Independent Schools of New South Wales (AISNSW), March 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 13 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Education systems; Pedagogy; Aboriginal students; Literacy; Numeracy; Student learning; Student achievement; Evaluation; Research methodology; Mentors; Student support; Transitions; Parent role; Aboriginal teachers; Professional development; School community partnership; Independent schools; New South Wales. Non-Indigenous; Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME); Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA). [ID NO.:190181]


JOUR
CLAIMING THE SPACE, CREATING THE FUTURE. Green, Sue; Russ-Smith, Jessica; Tynan, Lauren.
Australian Journal of Education 62 (3) November 2018 pp. 256-265 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Higher education; Participation; Aboriginal students; Student experience; Student engagement; University environment; Aboriginal education; Inclusion; Racism; University education; Empowerment; Aboriginal women; Educational outcome. Indigenous academics; Indigenous knowledge; Non-Indigenous academics; PhD students. [ID NO.:190218]


E2551
CLOSING THE GAP REPORT 2019. [Canberra, ACT : Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet], 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Indigenous population; Social conditions; Health; Wellbeing; Mortality; Aboriginal children; Early childhood education; Participation; Literacy; Numeracy; School improvement; School attendance; Educational attainment; Employment; Higher education; Aboriginal communities; Economic development; Policy framework. Close the Gap; Prime Minister's report. [ID NO.:190187]


JOUR
FREE SPEECH AND BURIED TRUTHS : THE IDEA THAT ANY AND ALL ARGUMENTS SHOULD BE VENTILATED IS MISGUIDED. Davis, Megan.
The Monthly (150) November 2018 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Democracy; Ideology; Aboriginal history; Racial discrimination; Human rights; Political attitudes; Mass media; Journalism; Accountability; Law; Constitution; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Government attitudes; Australia; United States of America. Free speech; Social media. [ID NO.:190146]


JOUR
HOW THE LEFT HAS CAPTURED PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. Lindsay, Stuart.
Quadrant (549) September 2018 pp. 26-30
KEYWORDS: Professional associations; Attitudes; Aboriginal affairs; Left politics; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. Uluru Statement; Aboriginal voice; Constitutional recognition; Indigenous Affairs Committee of the Australian Bar Association. [ID NO.:190159]


JOUR
INCORPORATING ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER CURRICULUM FRAMEWORKS INTO PRACTICE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT. Bennett, Bindi; Coghlan, Carrie; Evans, Krystal; Morse, Claire.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (82) Summer 2018/19 pp. 171-189 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal history; Higher education; Universities; Curriculum development; Aboriginal studies; Academics; Student learning; Cultural awareness; Student engagement; Skill development; Student outcome; Graduates; Employment. Indigenous staff; Academic disciplines; Non-Indigenous students; Non-Indigenous staff; Cultural competence; Social workers. [ID NO.:190212]


JOUR
LEARNING BOTH WAYS. Maddocks, Simon.
Campus Review 28 (9) September 2018 pp. 20-21
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal history; Aboriginal education; Curriculum; Pedagogy; Student learning; Student engagement; Aboriginal students; Student attrition; Aboriginal languages; Remote communities; Higher education. Charles Darwin University; University community engagement. [ID NO.:190145]


JOUR
RE-IMAGING ABORIGINAL LEADERSHIP IN HIGHER EDUCATION : A NEW INDIGENOUS RESEARCH PARADIGM. Ford, Linda Payi (et.al.).
Australian Journal of Education 62 (3) November 2018 pp. 276-288 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Higher education; Aboriginal education; Curriculum; Aboriginal history; Aboriginal culture; Aboriginal women; Academics; Leadership; Gender; University environment. Aboriginal corporeality; Indigenous academics; Indigenous knowledge; Non-Indigenous. [ID NO.:190219]


JOUR
RECENT TRENDS IN INDIGENOUS EMPLOYMENT. Venn, Danielle; Biddle, Nicholas.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (82) Summer 2018/19 pp. 37-56 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Indigenous population; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal employment; Research methodology; Data collection; Geographic distribution; Participation; Employment patterns; Labour force; Remote areas; Unemployment; Youth; Labour market; Educational attainment. Community Development Employment (CDEP); Close the Gap; Not in employment, education or training (NEET); Non-Indigenous; Non-CDEP; Census. [ID NO.:190211]


E2548
SKILLING UP : PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ABORIGINAL EDUCATION WORKERS THROUGH TECHNOLOGY-BASED PEDAGOGY. Jackson-Barrett, Elizabeth M.; Gower, Graeme; Price, Anne E.; Herrington, Jan.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 44 (1) January 2019 pp. 52-75 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal employment; Aboriginal teachers; Pedagogy; Teaching skills; Professional development; Teacher education; Educational technology; Access; Participation; Information technology; Aboriginal education; Aboriginal students; Educational research; Survey; Research methodology; Western Australia. Aboriginal Education Workers (AEWs); Educational opportunities; Information and communication technologies (ICTs). [ID NO.:190184]


JOUR
TIME TO DECOLONISE. Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 29 (1) January 2019 pp. 16-17
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; Curriculum; Academics; Pedagogy; Universities; Cultural awareness; Aboriginal history; Student learning; Colonialism; International comparisons. Decolonisation; Western knowledge. [ID NO.:190207]


E2549
UNIVERSITIES AUSTRALIA INDIGENOUS STRATEGY FIRST ANNUAL REPORT. Universities Australia. Canberra, ACT : Universities Australia, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Higher education; Universities; Aboriginal students; Student enrolment; Student learning; Student support; Student attrition; Student completion; University environment; Research methodology; Data collection; University administration; Aboriginal staff; Governance; Academics; University staff; Cultural education. Student success; Indigenous academics; Indigenous research; Indigenous governance; Indigenous leadership; Non-Indigenous staff. [ID NO.:190185]


ACADEMICS


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USING BRIDGES MADE BY OTHERS AS SCAFFOLDING AND ESTABLISHING FOOTINGS FOR THOSE THAT FOLLOW : INDIGENOUS WOMEN IN THE ACADEMY. Fredericks, Bronwyn; White, Nereda.
Australian Journal of Education 62 (3) November 2018 pp. 243-255 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Higher education; Participation; Aboriginal women; Educational outcome; Research methodology; Data collection; Aboriginal students; Student engagement; Graduates; Universities; Employment opportunities; Equity; Academics; Leadership; Academic staff; University administration; Attitudes. Indigenous academics; Indigenous staff; Employment parity; Non-Indigenous. [ID NO.:190217]


COPYRIGHT


JOUR
FAT HORSES & STARVING SPARROWS. Giblin, Rebecca.
Overland (232) Spring 2018 pp. 33-38
KEYWORDS: Copyright; Law; Review; Legislation; Intellectual property; Researchers; Libraries; Universities. Authors; Publishers; Copyright Agency; Google; Facebook; Productivity Commission. [ID NO.:190149]


DIRECTORIES


R 302.230994 MAR 2019
MARGARET GEE'S AUSTRALIAN MEDIA GUIDE. 114th ed.. East Melbourne, Vic. : AAP Directories, April 2019. vi, 557 p.
KEYWORDS: Mass media; Directories; Australia. [ID NO.:190151]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


E2560
HELPING OUR YOUNGEST TO LEARN AND GROW : POLICIES FOR EARLY LEARNING. Schleicher, Andreas. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
International Summit on the Teaching Profession. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Pedagogy; Policy development; Early childhood education; Quality; Access; Equity; Child development; Attendance; Student learning; Transition; Primary education; Information technology; Educational research; Teachers; Qualifications; Working hours; Teacher salaries; Work organisation; International comparisons; OECD countries. Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Child staff ratios. [ID NO.:190196]


ECONOMICS


JOUR
MARX 200 YEARS ON. Dixon, Robert.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 29 (4) December 2018 pp. 481-500 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic theory; History; Ideology; Economic conditions; Employment; Wages; Labour market; Productivity. Karl Marx; Political economy; Economic surplus; Exploitation; Unpaid labour. [ID NO.:190216]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


E2559
WHY DON'T MORE GIRLS CHOOSE TO PURSUE A SCIENCE CAREER?. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
PISA in Focus no. 93.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Science; Mathematics; Student participation; Girls; Student attitudes; Student performance; Boys; Gender; University education; Career; Graduates; International comparisons; OECD countries. Gender differences; Gender gap; Program for International Student Assessment (PISA); Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Global Gender Equality Index. [ID NO.:190195]


EDUCATION - K-12


JOUR
CAPACITY TO CONTRIBUTE : WHAT'S AT STAKE AND WHERE TO FROM HERE?. Goss, Peter.
APC Review (4) October 2018 pp. 5-7 (Bibliography; SEE Record 180288 - National School Resourcing Board : review of the socio-economic status score methodology : final report).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Nongovernment schools; Socioeconomic status; School fees; Catholic schools; Education funding; Political party policy. Capacity to contribute; Low SES; SES score; High-fee schools; Needs-based funding; National School Resourcing Board (NSRB). [ID NO.:190137]


E2540
CEO PERSPECTIVES : THE FUTURE OF SCHOOLING IN AUSTRALIA : FINAL REPORT. Bignill, Michael; Soorkia, Meelee; Douglas, Elena. Sydney, NSW : The Association of Independent Schools of New South Wales (AIS NSW), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 13 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; School improvement; Curriculum; Policy development; Independent schools; Principals; Perception; Educational change; Teachers; Student learning; Student engagement; Skill development; Career pathways; Information technology; Employment. Interdisciplinary learning. [ID NO.:190176]


JOUR
DISMANTLING THE WALL BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE : THE CASE OF PUBLIC EDUCATION. Cheuk, Tina; Quinn, Rand.
Phi Delta Kappan 100 (3) November 2018 pp. 24-28 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Religious schools; Private schools; Government funding; Government attitudes; Student enrolment; School choice; School vouchers; United States of America; Regulations; Public schools; Privatisation; Public opinion. Betsy DeVos. [ID NO.:190156]


EDUCATION FORWARD : MOVING SCHOOLS INTO THE FUTURE. Price, David (ed.). UK : Crux Publishing, October 2017. 189 p. ; ill.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational innovation; Pedagogy; School improvement; Leadership; Teacher perception; Student learning; Student assessment; Wellbeing; Parent perception; United Kingdom. Social media. [ID NO.:190230]


JOUR
FUNDING GUARANTEE FOR CATHOLIC AND INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS.
APC Review (4) October 2018 pp. 3-4 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Catholic schools; Independent schools; Government funding; Political attitudes; School choice; Socioeconomic status; Liberal Party; Public education. Schooling resource standard (SRS). [ID NO.:190136]


JOUR
THE FUNDING WARS. Eltham, Ben.
AEU News Term 4 2018 pp. 30-31
KEYWORDS: Public schools; Private schools; Government policy; Political attitudes; Government funding; Student needs; Australian Education Union (AEU); Australian Labor Party (ALP). Coalition Party. [ID NO.:190134]


E2558
HOW EDUCATION SYSTEMS RESPOND TO CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN SCHOOLS : NEW MEASURES IN TALIS 2018. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Teaching in Focus no. 25. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Cultural diversity; Student background; Student experience; Classroom environment; Immigrants; Ethnicity; Student support; Educational achievement; Stereotypes; Teacher perception; Teaching skills; Principals; Multicultural education; Professional development. Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190194]


E2557
HOW MUCH WOULD IT COST TO REDUCE CLASS SIZE BY ONE STUDENT?. Paris : OECD Publishing, January 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Education Indicators in Focus no. 66. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Class size; Educational research; Data; Student learning; Teacher salaries; Teacher instruction; Working hours; Primary education; Secondary education; Student learning; Student support; Government policy; Education funding; International comparisons; OECD countries. Instruction time. [ID NO.:190193]


E2562
MEASURING INNOVATION IN EDUCATION 2019 : WHAT HAS CHANGED IN THE CLASSROOM?. Vincent-Lancrin, Stephan; Urgel, Joaquin; Kar, Soumyajit; Jacotin, Gwenael. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Educational Research and Innovation. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Pedagogy; Educational innovation; Educational research; Measurement techniques; Teaching profession; Professional development; Participation; Teaching practice; Teaching skills; Resources; Information technology; Access; Student learning; Literacy; Numeracy; Student assessment; Educational outcome; Education policy; International comparisons; OECD countries. Pedagogical innovation; Programme on International Student Assessment (PISA); Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). [ID NO.:190198]


E2525
NATIONAL ASSESSMENT PROGRAMâ€"LITERACY AND NUMERACY 2017: TECHNICAL REPORT. Sydney, NSW : Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), April 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 6 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Literacy; Numeracy; Student assessment; Student performance; Student characteristics; Student background; Data collection; Measurement techniques; Student achievement; Test scores. National Assessment Program â€" Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:190161]


E2567
OVERCOMING THE ODDS : A STUDY OF AUSTRALIA'S TOP-PERFORMING DISADVANTAGED SCHOOLS. Joseph, Blaise. Sydney, NSW : Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), March 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report 39. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 27 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Disadvantaged schools; Performance; Educational innovation; Principals; Leadership; Autonomy; Teachers; Teaching practice; Teacher instruction; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Socioeconomic background; Student support; Student achievement; International comparisons; OECD countries. Direct instruction; School discipline; National Assessment Program â€" Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Low SES; High-achieving disadvantaged schools; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190203]


E2561
PISA 2018 ASSESSMENT AND ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
PISA. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Literacy; Numeracy; Science education; Student achievement; Wellbeing; Measurement techniques; Education policy; Parent role; Teachers; Principals; Survey; International comparisons; OECD countries. Scientific literacy; Financial literacy; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); School questionnaire. [ID NO.:190197]


E2552
PUBLIC OPINIONS ON AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS & SCHOOLING. Leahy, Deana; Selwyn, Neil. Clayton, Vic. : Monash University, February 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report.
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public schools; Curriculum; Performance; Public opinion; Adults; Survey; Research methodology; Demographics; Perception; Teachers; Student learning; Student behaviour; Student outcome; Government role; Mass media; International comparisons; Political attitudes. [ID NO.:190188]


JOUR
PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOR PRIVATE GAIN : THE DECLINING AMERICAN COMMITMENT TO SERVING THE PUBLIC GOOD. Labaree, David F..
Phi Delta Kappan 100 (3) November 2018 pp. 8-13 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public schools; Pedagogy; Investment; Corporations; Attitudes; Competition; Private financial support; United States of America; Privatisation; Charter schools; Private education. Public good; Private good. [ID NO.:190155]


JOUR
PUBLIC SCHOOLS, PUBLIC GOODS, AND PUBLIC WORK. Knight Abowitz, Kathleen; Stitzlein, Sarah M..
Phi Delta Kappan 100 (3) November 2018 pp. 33-37 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Policy development; Public education; Democracy; School choice; Competition; Governance; United States of America. Public good; Market-based education. [ID NO.:190158]


JOUR
PUTTING THE PUBLIC BACK INTO PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY. Gottlieb, Derek; Schneider, Jack.
Phi Delta Kappan 100 (3) November 2018 pp. 29-32
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Schools; Performance; Measurement techniques; Accountability; School improvement; Test scores; Public schools; Public opinion; Democracy; United States of America. Gaming the system. [ID NO.:190157]


JOUR
RETHINKING EQUITY. Hooley, Neil.
Campus Review 29 (1) January 2019 pp. 12-13
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Curriculum; Student learning; Student assessment; Socioeconomic background; Inequality; Teachers; Perception; Pedagogy. [ID NO.:190206]


E2555
SEPARATING SCHOLARS : HOW AUSTRALIA ABANDONS ITS STRUGGLING SCHOOLS. Bonnor, Chris. [n.p.] : Centre for Policy Development (CPD), January 2019. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Discussion paper : In a class of their own. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inequity; School choice; Resources; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Enrolment trends; Educational research; Disadvantaged students; Student enrolment; Student learning; Student achievement; Measurement techniques; Family background; Socioeconomic status; International comparisons. Low SES students; High SES students; Segregation; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA). [ID NO.:190191]


JOUR
SHOULD SCHOOL LEADERS GIVE A GONSKI (2.0)? : IMPLICATIONS OF THE REPORT OF THE REVIEW TO ACHIEVE EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS. Brooks, Jeffrey S.; Sinclair, Matthew.
Australian Educational Leader (AEL) 40 (4) Term 4 2018 pp. 32-35 (SEE Record 180166 - Through growth to achievement : report of the review to achieve educational excellence in Australian schools).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Education funding; Government policy; Evidence; School improvement; Educational innovation; Educational strategies; Teacher education; Teaching profession; Pedagogy; Principals; Leadership; Student learning; Student assessment; Student outcome. Gonski review; Gonski 2.0. [ID NO.:190138]


JOUR
STATES MUST PROVIDE THE FUNDING BOOST FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Cobbold, Trevor.
APC Review (3) August 2018 p. 7
KEYWORDS: Public schools; Education funding; State government; Commonwealth government; Political party policy; Private schools. Schooling resource standard (SRS); Save Our Schools (SOS). [ID NO.:190135]


E2542
WA SCHOOLS PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROJECT. Auditor General Western Australia. Perth, WA : Office of the Auditor General Western Australia, June 2018. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Report 11.
Link; accessed on 10 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education; School buildings; Private financial support; Government policy; Audit; Western Australia; Primary schools; Secondary schools; Governance; Principals; Interviews; Teacher perception; Students. Public private partnership (PPPs); EduWest. [ID NO.:190178]


EMPLOYMENT


E2531
THE IMPACT OF WAGE THEFT ON QUEENSLAND'S WORKERS & ECONOMY. Cavanough, Edward; Rajadurai, Esther. [n.p.] : The McKell Institute, [2019]. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Wages; Audit; Superannuation; Case studies; Data collection; Queensland; Economic factors; Employer attitudes; Employment law. Wage theft; Underpayments; Employee entitlements; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:190167]


JOUR
LEARNING FROM FULL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY : THE 1945 AUSTRALIAN WHITE PAPER IN PRACTICE. Neville, John.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 29 (4) December 2018 pp. 446-458 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Economic policy; History; Economic theory; International comparisons; Economic conditions; Unemployment; Government expenditure; Commonwealth government; Democracy. Macroeconomic policy; Keynesian; Economists; White Paper - Full employment in Australia 1945. [ID NO.:190214]


JOUR
THE LIGHT ON THE HILL AND THE 'RIGHT TO WORK'. Quirk, Victor.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 29 (4) December 2018 pp. 459-480 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Australian Labour Party (ALP); Employment policy; Economic policy; History; Research; Economic theory; Economic conditions; Unemployment; Labour market; Commonwealth government; Union movement; Campaigns; Employer attitudes; Neoliberalism; International comparisons. Right to work; Full employment; Post-Keynesian; Labour underutilisation; White Paper - Full employment in Australia 1945. [ID NO.:190215]


E2563
OECD EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK 2019 : THE FUTURE OF WORK. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour market; Research methodology; Statistical data; International comparisons; OECD countries; Globalisation; Economic conditions; Employment relationship; Technological change; Demographics; Labour standards; Employer employee relationship; Employees; Wages; Job security; Precarious employment; Working conditions; Social welfare; Inequality; Gender; Socioeconomic status. Underemployment; Non-standard employment; Digital technology. [ID NO.:190199]


E2532
WAGE THEFT? WHAT WAGE THEFT?! : THE EXPLOITATION OF GENERAL AND SPECIALIST CLEANERS WORKING IN RETAIL CHAINS FOR CONTRACTING OR SUBCONTRACTING CLEANING COMPANIES. The Senate, Education and Employment References Committee. Canberra, ACT : The Senate, Education and Employment References Committee, November 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Wages; Inquiry; Employment contracts; Employment relations; Employment law; Collective bargaining; Power; Migrant workers; Government role; Employers; Contracting out; Accountability; Trade unions. Cleaners; Wage theft; Labour hire; Underpayment of payments; Vulnerable workers; Exploitation; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Ombudsman (FAO). [ID NO.:190168]


FREEDOM OF INFORMATION


342.940853 CRE
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION : WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. Cremean, Damien J.. Chatswood, NSW : LexisNexis Butterworths, 2015. xxviii, 375 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Law; Freedom of information; Access; Legislation; Commonwealth government; State government. [ID NO.:190150]


GOVERNMENT


E2566
BUDGET PAPERS 2019-20. Parkes, ACT : The Treasury, April 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Budget Overview; Budget Paper No. 1: Budget Strategy and Outlook 2019-20; Budget Paper No. 2: Budget Measures 2019-20; Budget Paper No. 3: Federal Financial Relations 2019-20; Budget Paper No. 4: Agency Resourcing 2019-20; Portfolio Budget Statements 2019-20 Budget Related Paper No. 1.5 Education and Training Portfolio; Portfolio Budget Statements 2019-20 Budget Related Paper No. 1.13 Jobs and Small Business Portfolio; Budget 2019-20 : skills package).
Link; accessed on 27 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Federal government; Budgets; Economics; Finance; Government funding; Taxation; Education policy; Higher education; Employment; Social welfare; Skills; Health. [ID NO.:190202]


JOUR
THE PRICE OF A HUMAN LIFE : WHAT THE GOVERNMENT THINKS YOU'RE WORTH. Denniss, Richard.
The Monthly (152) February 2019 pp. 42-48
KEYWORDS: Democracy; Social services; Health care; Access; Life expectancy; Government funding; Government policy; Political attitudes; Economic policy; Neoliberalism. Economists. [ID NO.:190209]


HIGHER EDUCATION


JOUR
ALL THINGS BEING UNEQUAL. Allison, Lincoln.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2392) 31 January - 6 February 2019 pp. 44-47
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Change; Universities; Ideology; Policy development; Knowledge; Student learning; Student engagement; United Kingdom. Political correctness. [ID NO.:190222]


JOUR
ALLIANCE 'COULD REDRAW RANKINGS'. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2370) 16-22 August 2018 p. 7
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Courses; South Australia; International education; International comparisons. Adelaide University; University of South Australia; Mergers; University rankings. [ID NO.:190225]


JOUR
AUSTRALIA'S INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM NEEDS BIODIVERSITY TO THRIVE. Shiel, Margaret.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2396) 21-27 February 2019 pp. 28-29
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Research and development; University research; Government role; Public policy; Scientific research. [ID NO.:190228]


JOUR
BAD READERS. Stinson, Emmett.
Overland (231) Winter 2018 pp. 22-28
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Pedagogy; University students; Student engagement; Student learning; Literature. Neoliberal university; Massification. [ID NO.:190147]


JOUR
THE BIG IDEA.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2385) 29 November - 5 December 2018 pp. 32-39
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Academics; Perception; University environment; Educational practice; University research; Educational change; Academic staff; Curriculum; Diversity; Women; Employment; Courses; Student learning; Student engagement; Student completion; United Kingdom. Gender gap; Decolonisation; PhD students. [ID NO.:190227]


E2544
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EQUITY STRATEGIES EMPLOYED BY AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES : FINAL REPORT. Wood, Denise (et.al.). [n.p. : Central Queensland University], April 2017. Electronic document.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 10 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Equity; Research methodology; Case studies; University administration; University admission; Access; Student participation; Student background; Socioeconomic status; Disadvantaged students; Non-English speaking background; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Student learning; Student experience; Student outcome; Retention; Government policy; Government funding. Low SES; Student voice; Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP). [ID NO.:190180]


JOUR
CRISIS? WHAT CRISIS?. Brint, Steven.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2389) 3-9 January 2019 pp. 38-41
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Performance; United States of America; University research; Economic development; Academics; Inclusion; Student participation; Student learning; Tuition fees; Graduates. [ID NO.:190221]


E2543
DIVERSITY IN AUSTRALIAN TERTIARY EDUCATION : TURNING WORDS INTO ACTION. Griew, Robert; Borthwick, Jessie; Barnes, Cameron; Murali, Arun. [n.p.] : Nous Group, October 2018. Electronic document ; graphs.
Link; accessed on 10 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Post-secondary education; Diversity; Policy development; Government funding; Regulations; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Tertiary education; Universities; Academic staff; Researchers; Student learning; Student experience. Merit. [ID NO.:190179]


JOUR
EVEN AT UNIVERSITY, SPEECH CAN NEVER BE COMPLETELY FREE. Galea, Sandro.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2385) 29 November - 5 December 2018 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Universities; Freedom of speech; Review; Academic freedom; Ideology; Academics; University environment; Attitudes; Government role. Free speech. [ID NO.:190226]


JOUR
THE FORGOTTEN WORKING CLASS. Thind, Rajiv.
Overland (231) Winter 2018 pp. 84-90
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Pedagogy; Academics; University environment; Working class; Employment; Working conditions; Perception; University students; Student outcome; Income; Poverty. Doctor of philosophy (PhD). [ID NO.:190148]


JOUR
HOTBEDS OF LEFT-WING BIAS?. Morgan, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2396) 21-27 February 2019 pp. 36-41
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Curriculum; Academics; Bias; Left politics; Review; Liberal Party; Political attitudes; Mass media; Attitudes; University students; Student learning; Australia; International comparisons; United Kingdom; United States of America. Social media; Indoctrination; Liberal bias; Right wing; Propaganda. [ID NO.:190229]


JOUR
IS AUSTRALIA RIDING THE ASIAN WAVE?. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2397) 6 February - 6 March 2019 pp. 34-39
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Educational change; University administration; Attitudes; Australia; Asia Pacific; Ideology; International countries; Education policy; University students; International education; University staff; Humanities; Languages; Academics; Researchers. Indigenous languages; Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation. [ID NO.:190223]


JOUR
JORDAN PETERSON, GEORGE ORWELL AND THE RAMSAY CENTRE. Heathcote, Christopher.
Quadrant (551) November 2018 pp. 30-33
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academic freedom; Universities; Academic staff; Workplace conditions; Humanities; Ideology; Curriculum; Academics; Harassment; Union members; Canada; Australia. Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation; Political correctness; National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). [ID NO.:190160]


JOUR
NO STRINGS ATTACHED?. Basken, Paul.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2389) 3-9 January 2019 pp. 32-37
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Private financial support; Ideology; Academic freedom; Research and development; Political influence; Democracy; Accountability; Academics. Koch Foundation; Donations; Right wing politics; Western civilisation; George Soros. [ID NO.:190220]


E2554
REALISING POTENTIAL : SOLVING AUSTRALIA'S TERTIARY EDUCATION CHALLENGE. Taylor, Michael. [Melbourne, Vic.] : The Australian Industry Group (AIG), February 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Tertiary education; Industry; Policy development; Universities; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Government policy; Government funding. Workforce development; Australian Industry Group (AIG). [ID NO.:190190]


E2546
REPORT OF THE INDEPENDENT REVIEW OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION PROVIDERS. French, Robert. [n.p. : Department of Education], March 2019. Electronic document.
Link; accessed on 13 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Freedom of speech; Review; International comparisons; Regulations; Code of conduct; Academic freedom; Academic staff; Employment contract; University environment; University students; Bullying; Discrimination; Harassment; Diversity; Political issues; Left politics; Human rights; Mass media; Government policy; Legislation; Government role. French report; Social media; Right wing; Institute of Public Affairs; National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU); Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). [ID NO.:190182]


E2553
REPORT TO THE MINISTER FOR EDUCATION : HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR RESPONSE TO THE ISSUE OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT : AN OVERVIEW OF AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION PROVIDER RESPONSES TO THE ISSUE OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT. Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). [n.p.] : Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), January 2019. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
(SEE Record 170359 - Change the course : national report on sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities (AHRC)).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
Appendix 2:
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
Appendix 3:
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019

KEYWORDS: Universities; Leadership; Policy development; Governance; Online education; University students; Sexual harassment; Student experiences; Student support; University environment; TAFE. Sexual assault; Student complaints; Private providers. [ID NO.:190189]


E2569
RETHINKING AND REVITALISING TERTIARY EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA. Dawkins, Peter; Hurley, Peter; Noonan, Peter. Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute for Health and Education Policy, Victoria University, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 27 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Tertiary education; Policy development; Investment; Economic benefits; Educational research; Data collection; Government policy; Government funding; Higher education; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Access; Pathways; Tuition fees; Student participation; Student needs; Skill development; Employment; Labour market; Industry. Demand-driven; Coalition Party; Council of Australian Governments (COAG). [ID NO.:190205]


E2539
REVIEW OF THE IMPACT OF THE TEQSA ACT ON THE HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR. Deloitte Access Economics. Melbourne, Vic. : Deloitte Access Economics, March 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Legislation; Review; Universities; Vocational education; Training; Quality assurance; Regulations; Government policy; Student enrolment; Student experience; Student outcome; Student completion; International students. Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Private providers; Private higher education; University rankings; Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA); Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Act 2011 (TEQSA Act); Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS). [ID NO.:190175]


E2533
REVIEW OF THE IMPACT OF THE TEQSA ACT ON THE HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR : AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT RESPONSE. Department of Education and Training. [n.p.] : Department of Education and Training, [2018]. Electronic document.
(SEE Record 190175 - Review of the impact of the TEQSA Act on the higher education sector).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Legislation; Review; Universities; Vocational education; Training; Quality assurance; Regulations; Government policy; International students. Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency Act 2011 (TEQSA Act); Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS). [ID NO.:190169]


E2530
UNIVERSITY FREEDOM CHARTERS : HOW TO BEST PROTECT FREE SPEECH ON AUSTRALIAN CAMPUSES. Sammut, Jeremy. Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), October 2018. Electronic document.
Policy Paper 10. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Freedom of speech; Democracy; International comparisons; Government role; Education policy; Public attitudes. Free speech; Hate speech; University freedom charters. [ID NO.:190166]


JOUR
UNIVERSITY LEADERS HAVE A DUTY TO ENGAGE WITH PUBLIC DEBATE. Galea, Sandro.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2390) 10-16 January 2019 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Academic freedom; Leadership; Ideology; Political issues; Public relations. [ID NO.:190224]


JOUR
WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOUR. Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 28 (12) December 2018 pp. 14-15
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Freedom of speech; Ideology; Perception; Academics; Student learning; University students; University environment. Free speech. [ID NO.:190208]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


JOUR
ACCESSORIES AND THE FAIR WORK ACT - SECTION 550 AND AN INDIVIDUAL'S 'INVOLVEMENT' IN A CONTRAVENTION : IS REFORM NEEDED?. Ranieri, Stephen.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 31 (2) October 2018 pp. 180-208 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Reform; Employment standards; Employers; Common law; Regulations; Court litigation; Criminal law; Government policy; Employees; Working conditions. Fair Work Act 2009; National Employment Standards (NES); Liability; Compliance; Vulnerable workers; Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:190213]


E2547
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS EXPERIENCES OF INDIGENOUS AND OTHER AUSTRALIAN WORKERS. Hunter, Boyd H.; Hawke, Anna E.. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National University, May 2000. Electronic document ; tables.
Discussion Paper no. 201. (Bibliography; SEE Record 190201 - Companion paper - 'Industrial relations in workplaces employing Indigenous Australians’, Discussion Paper no. 200).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Indigenous population; Employees; Survey; Working conditions; Research methodology; Data collection; Workplace environment; Workplace agreements; Grievance procedures; Union members; Union membership; Workplace Relations Act 1996. Non-Indigenous workers; Aboriginal workers; Workplace experiences; Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP; Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey (AWIRS). [ID NO.:190183]


E2565
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN WORKPLACES EMPLOYING INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS. Hunter, Boyd H.; Hawke, Anna E.. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National University, May 2000. Electronic document ; tables.
Discussion Paper no. 200. (Bibliography; SEE Record 190183 - Companion paper - A comparative analysis of the industrial relations experiences of Indigenous and other Australian workers).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Indigenous population; Labour market; Disadvantaged; Employees; Survey; Working conditions; Research methodology; Data collection; Wages; Workplace environment; Workplace agreements; Grievance procedures; Union membership; Workplace Relations Act 1996. Non-Indigenous workers; Aboriginal workers; Workplace experiences; Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP); Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey (AWIRS). [ID NO.:190201]


INEQUALITY


JOUR
BREAKING THE SPELL OF LABOUR. Klein, Elise.
Overland (232) Spring 2018 pp. 71-76
KEYWORDS: Employment; Income; Job insecurity; Labour market; Precarious employment; Unemployment; Economic conditions; Policy development; Trade unions; Employers. Basic income (BI). [ID NO.:190154]


JOUR
DON'T BELIEVE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT INEQUALITY : SOME OF US ARE WORSE OFF. Whiteford, Peter.
Australian Options (89) October 2018 pp. 7-8 (SEE Record 190007 - Rising inequality? : A stocktake of the evidence).
KEYWORDS: Inequality; Measurement techniques; Economic conditions; Income; Poverty; Government; Social welfare; Mass media; Political attitudes. Wage disparity; Rich poor gap. [ID NO.:190139]


POLITICS


320.994 ADV
ADVANCING AUSTRALIA. Dunn, Amanda; Watson, John (eds.); Grattan, Michelle. Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 2019. xiv, 145 p.
KEYWORDS: Politics; Government; Public policy; Political issues; Indigenous population; Health; Political attitudes; Left politics; Education systems; Gender. Climate change; Right politics. [ID NO.:190152]


TEACHERS


E2550
THE AUSTRALIAN PRINCIPAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, SAFETY & WELLBEING SURVEY : 2018 DATA. Riley, Philip. Fitzroy, Vic. : Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University, February 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Principals; Survey; Data collection; Occupational health; Wellbeing; Leadership; Working conditions; Workload; Working hours; Stress; Health; Bullying; Professional development; Professional learning; Teachers; School parent relationship; Student learning; Student background; Gender; Government role. Burnout; Work/family conflict; Index of Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA); Principal health & wellbeing survey. [ID NO.:190186]


E2564
A FLYING START : IMPROVING INITIAL TEACHER PREPARATION SYSTEMS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher preparation; Study; Research methodology; Teacher education; Professional development; Policy development; Teacher educators; University education; Teacher induction; Teacher support; Teacher status; Teacher supply and demand; International comparisons; OECD countries. OECD Initial teacher preparation (ITP) study; Initial teacher education (ITE); Teacher attraction and retention; TeacherReady!. [ID NO.:190200]


E2526
INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION : DATA REPORT 2018. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). 6th ed.. Melbourne, VIC : Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
InSights. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 6 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher education; Student enrolment; Graduates; Employment; Data collection; Universities; Student enrolment; Socioeconomic status; Student support; Retention; Student outcome; Student completion; Teacher accreditation; Teacher induction; Beginning teachers. Initial teacher education (ITE); Regional and remote students; Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR); Graduate Destination Survey (GDS). [ID NO.:190162]


E2529
THE LIVES OF TEACHERS IN DIVERSE CLASSROOMS. Forghani-Arani, Neda; Cerna, Lucie; Bannon, Meredith. Paris : OECD Publishing, March 2019. Electronic document ; graphs.
OECD Education Working Papers no. 198. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher education; Curriculum; Diversity; Cultural education; Teacher preparation; Autonomy; Pedagogy; Professional development; Multicultural education; Teacher support; Student learning; Migrant students; Cultural identity; Student support; International comparisons; OECD countries. Initial teacher education (ITE); Diverse classrooms; Intercultural teacher education; Teacher attraction and retention. [ID NO.:190165]


E2527
A STUDY OF WORK PRACTICES IN TASMANIAN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS : FINAL REPORT TO THE AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION - TASMANIAN BRANCH. Rothman, Sheldon (et.al.). Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), October 2017. Electronic document.
Education Policy and Practice. (Bibliography).
; accessed on 6 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government schools; Teachers; Principals; Union members; Survey; Data collection; Teacher workload; Teacher perception; Employment; Working hours; Workplace environment; Teacher quality; Demographics; Tasmania; Australian Education Union (AEU). Teachers’ work; Education support staff; Staff in Australia's Schools (SiAS) survey. [ID NO.:190163]


E2568
TEACHER TARGETED BULLYING AND HARASSMENT BY STUDENTS AND PARENTS : REPORT FROM AN AUSTRALIAN EXPLORATORY SURVEY. Billett, Paulina; Fogelgam, Rochelle; Burns, Edgar. [n.p.] : La Trobe University, April 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Principals; Teaching profession; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; Perception; School environment; Bullying; Harassment; Mental health; Working conditions; Beginning teachers; Teacher support; Public opinion; Mass media; Student behaviour; Parent attitudes; Classroom management; International comparisons. Workplace safety; Teacher targeted bullying and harassment (TTBH). [ID NO.:190204]


E2541
TEACHER WELLBEING : A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE. McCallum, Faye; Price, Deborah; Graham, Anne; Morrison, Anne. Sydney, NSW : The Association of Independent Schools of New South Wales (AIS NSW), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 13 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Wellbeing; Research methodology; Study; Literature review; Resilience; Teaching experience; Stress; Teacher workload; Professional learning; Teacher support; Workplace environment; Retention; Teacher student relationship. Self-efficacy. [ID NO.:190177]


TRADE UNIONS


JOUR
LAURIE CARMICHAEL : A UNION LIFE. Dettmer, Andrew.
Australian Options (89) October 2018 pp. 29-32
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; History; Activism; Union members; Organising; Union movement; Working conditions; Working class; Leadership; Political attitudes; Campaigns. Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); Laurie Carmichael. [ID NO.:190140]


JOUR
LAURIE CARMICHAEL MEMORIAL. Cameron, Doug.
Australian Options (89) October 2018 pp. 33-34
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; History; Activism; Union members; Organising; Union movement; Working conditions; Industrial law; Bargaining. Laurie Carmichael; Australian Manufacturing Workers Union (AMWU); Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU). [ID NO.:190141]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


E2534
THE CHANGING NATURE AND ROLE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN EUROPE: VOLUME 1: CONCEPTIONS OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING : AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK. European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Cedefop research paper No 63. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Change; Perception; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; European Union; Education policy; Legislation; Student enrolment; Student participation; Teacher student relationship; Skill development; Labour market; Apprenticeships. Work-based learning; Definitions; VET in schools; Continuing vocational education and training (CVET). [ID NO.:190171]


E2536
THE CHANGING NATURE AND ROLE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN EUROPE : VOLUME 3: THE RESPONSIVENESS OF EUROPEAN VET SYSTEMS TO EXTERNAL CHANGE (1995-2015). European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop). Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Cedefop research paper No 67. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Change; History; Education policy; Research methodology; Data collection; Economic change; Employment conditions; Student enrolment; Student participation; Student support; Student completion; Student attainment; Skill development; Lifelong learning; Demographics; Labour market; European Union. Work-based learning. [ID NO.:190172]


E2537
THE CHANGING NATURE AND ROLE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN EUROPE : VOLUME 4: CHANGING PATTERNS OF ENROLMENT IN UPPER SECONDARY INITIAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (IVET) 1995-2015. European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop). Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Cedefop research paper No 68. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Student enrolment; Change; Student completion; Research methodology; Data collection; Secondary school education; Student learning; Student participation; Student outcome; Labour market; European Union. Initial vocational education and training (IVET); Continuing vocational education and training (CVET); Work-based learning; International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED). [ID NO.:190173]


E2538
THE CHANGING NATURE AND ROLE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN EUROPE : VOLUME 5: EDUCATION AND LABOUR MARKET OUTCOMES FOR GRADUATES FROM DIFFERENT TYPES OF VET SYSTEM IN EUROPE. European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop). Luxembourg : Publications Office of the European Union, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Cedefop research paper No 69. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 8 May 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Research methodology; Socioeconomic status; Student learning; Student participation; Student outcome; Graduates; Lifelong learning; Apprenticeships; Secondary school education; Higher education; European Union; Policy development. Further education; VET graduates; Labour market outcomes; VET in schools; Work-based students. [ID NO.:190174]


JOUR
TAFE IN THE 21ST CENTURY. Jones, Anne.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (3) Spring 2018 pp. 16-19 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; TAFE; Vocational education; Training; Reform; Government policy; Education funding; Resources; Educational change; Information technology; Educational innovation; Teachers; Pedagogy; Student participation; Skill development; Qualifications; Employment opportunities. 21st century skills; Private providers. [ID NO.:190143]


JOUR
UNMAKING OF TAFE. Pardy, John.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (3) Spring 2018 pp. 12-13
KEYWORDS: Education systems; TAFE; Vocational education; Training; Reform; Education policy; Government attitudes; Marketisation; Policy development; Government funding; State government; Resources; Access; Student participation; Competency-based training. VET FEE-HELP; Private providers. [ID NO.:190142]


E2556
VET FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS : ACQUIRING AN ARRAY OF TECHNICAL AND NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS. Misko, Josie (et. al.). Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. Research Report. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019
Supporting document:
Link; accessed on 16 May 2019

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Schools; Educational programs; Vocational education; Training; Participation; Secondary school students; Student characteristics; Pathways; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; Skill development; Gender; Aboriginal students; Student outcome; Post-secondary education; Educational research; Data collection; Qualifications; Employment. VET in Schools; Employability skills. [ID NO.:190192]


JOUR
WHAT ARE THE LESSONS FOR TAFE FROM THE GLOBAL EDUCATION REFORM MOVEMENT?. Zoellner, Don.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (3) Spring 2018 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Reform; Government policy; Marketisation; Privatisation; Accountability; International comparisons; TAFE; Vocational education; Training; Equity; Student learning; Student assessment; Private schools; Public funding; Inequality; Socioeconomic status. Global Educational Reform Movement (GERM); National Assessment Programâ€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190144]


WOMEN


E2528
SEXUAL HARASSMENT AS AN EXERCISE OF POWER. Wison, Fiona; Thompson, Paul.
Gender, Work and Organization 8 (1) January 2001 pp. 61-83 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Workplace environment; Sexual harassment; Gender; Men; Attitudes; Power; Bias; Management; Equality; Feminism; Research methodology; Data; Courts; Women; Status; Leadership; Labour market. Grievance procedures; Patriarchy. [ID NO.:190164]


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