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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


E2327
THE CASE FOR URGENCY : ADVOCATING FOR INDIGENOUS VOICE IN EDUCATION. Gillan, Kevin; Mellor, Suzanne; Krakouer, Jacynta. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Australian Education Review No. 62. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 2 February 2018
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal history; Aboriginal culture; Disadvantaged communities; Colonialism; Aboriginal policy; Government role; Policy issues; Bias; Racial discrimination; Research methodology; Case studies; Community engagement; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Student support; School attendance; Educational achievement; Parent role; Vocational education; Higher education; Participation. Aboriginal voice; Indigenous voice; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Non-Indigenous; Close the Gap. [ID NO.:180063]


JOUR
MISSION-DRIVEN ADAPTABILITY IN A CHANGING NATIONAL TRAINING SYSTEM. Zoellner, Don; Stephens, Anne; Joseph, Victor; Monro, Davena.
The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 46 (1) August 2017 pp. 54-63 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Public policy; Government role; Aboriginal community; Case study; Equity; Governance; Marketisation; Queensland. Registered training organisations (RTOs). [ID NO.:180056]


E2323
THE POWER OF EDUCATION : FROM SURVIVING TO THRIVING : EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDENTS. House of Representatives, Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs. Canberra, ACT : House of Representatives, Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs, December 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link accessed on 25 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal students; Educational opportunities; Inquiry; Student learning; Literacy; Numeracy; Student engagement; Student support; School attendance; Student attainment; Health; Wellbeing; Educational disadvantage; Abstudy; Gender equity; Family environment; Boarding schools; Teachers; Cultural awareness; Pedagogy; Aboriginal teachers; Government policy; Government funding. Gender differences; Barriers to achievement. [ID NO.:180041]


JOUR
THE POWER OF WORDS : BIAS AND ASSUMPTIONS IN THE ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER EDUCATION ACTION PLAN. Hogarth, Melitta.
The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 46 (1) August 2017 pp. 44-53 (Bibliography; SEE Record 110249 - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan : 2010-2014 (MCEECDYA)).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal education; Policy development; Bias; Analysis; Government role; Ideology; Research methodology; Policy issues; Pedagogy; Cultural context; Aboriginal history; Aboriginal parents; Aboriginal students; Educational attainment. Critical discourse analysis (CDA); Aboriginal voice; Marginalisation. [ID NO.:180055]


JOUR
"WE HAVE THE SOLUTIONS".
Australian Educator (94) Winter 2017 pp. 14-16
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Educational systems; Access; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Educational attainment; Measurement techniques; Preschool education; Government policy; Attitudes. Close the Gap; First Peoples; National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:170393]


ACADEMICS


JOUR
A HIPPOCRATIC OATH FOR ACADEMICS MIGHT HELP KEEP SCHOLARS IN LINE. Greenhalgh, Trisha.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2320) 24-30 August 2017 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Attitudes; Professional standards; Research. Authorship; 'Academic oath'; Scholars; Publishing. [ID NO.:180064]


JOUR
TYRANNY OF THE DEADLINE. Bari, Shahidha.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2325) 28 September - 4 October 2017 p. 30
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Research; Academic freedom. Scholarship; Publishing. [ID NO.:180065]


E2314
WORKFORCE DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION : THE EXPERIENCES OF ASIAN ACADEMICS IN AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES. Oishi, Nana. Parkville, Vic. : Asia Institute, University of Melbourne, November 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University environment; Academics; Survey; Workplace environment; Racial discrimination; Academic staff; Attitudes; Diversity; Ethnicity; Stereotypes; Women; Bias; Equity; Promotion; Social inclusion; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons. Gender gap; Career advancement; Asian Australian academics (AAAs); Workplace experiences. [ID NO.:180032]


JOUR
WORKFORCE FEMINISATION AND JOB SECURITY IN OUR UNIVERSITIES. Kniest, Paul.
Advocate 24 (2) July 2017 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Academic staff; Women; Gender; Employment patterns; Statistics; Casual employment; Job security; Employment contracts. Insecure work; General staff; Professional staff. [ID NO.:180054]


JOUR
WRUNG OUT AND TOSSED OUT. Evans, Jedidiah.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2322) 7-13 September 2017 p. 36
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academic staff; University environment; Casual employment; Teaching load; Recognition; Universities; Management; Attitudes; Casualisation. Sessional staff. [ID NO.:180057]


COPYRIGHT


E2284
REMAKING OF THE COPYRIGHT REGULATIONS 1969 AND THE COPYRIGHT TRIBUNAL (PROCEDURE) REGULATIONS 1969 : CONSULTATION PAPER. Canberra, ACT : Department of Communication and the Arts, September 2017. Electronic document.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Copyright; Law; Regulations; Legislation; Government role; Educational institutions; Industry. Copyright Regulations 1969; Copyright Tribunal (Procedure) Regulations 1969; Technological protection measures (TPMs). [ID NO.:180002]


DIRECTORIES


R 302.230994 MAR 2017
MARGARET GEE'S AUSTRALIAN MEDIA GUIDE. Mitchell, Laura; Hall, Michael; Grahovac, Sasha (eds.). 111th ed.. East Melbourne, Vic. : AAP Directories, November 2017. vi, 626 p.
KEYWORDS: Mass media; Directories; Australia. [ID NO.:170400]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


E2312
QUALITY IS KEY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA. Torii, Kate; Fox, Stacey; Cloney, Daniel. Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute, Victoria University, October 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Mitchell Institute Policy Paper No. 01/2017.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Quality; Policy development; Educational programs; Investment; Child development; Access; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Student support; Educational outcomes; Pedagogy; Teacher effectiveness; Qualifications; Teacher support; Teacher salaries; Government policy; Government funding. Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Evidence-based; Low SES; High SES; Needs-based funding; Effective early educational experiences (E4Kids). [ID NO.:180030]


E2315
THE ROLE OF PRESCHOOL IN PROMOTING CHILDREN’S HEALTHY DEVELOPMENT : EVIDENCE FROM AN AUSTRALIAN POPULATION COHORT. Goldfelda, Sharon (et. al.).
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 35 2016 pp. 40-48 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Quality; Child development; Preschool education; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Transition to school; Research methodology; Data; Socioeconomic status; Disadvantaged communities; School enrolment; Student learning; Wellbeing; Educational outcomes; Teachers. Preschool attendance; Developmental outcomes; Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Australian Early Development Index (AEDI); Australian Early Development Census(AEDC). [ID NO.:180033]


E2292
STATE OF EARLY LEARNING IN AUSTRALIA 2017. Early Learning - Everyone Benefits; Pilcher, Sarah; Fox, Stacey. Fyshwick, ACT : Early Learning - Everyone Benefits, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Preschool education; Access; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Child development; Disadvantaged background; Literacy; Numeracy; Educational outcomes; Educational research; Data; Government policy; Government funding. Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Low SES; Educational benefits; Australian Early Development Census (AEDC); Early Learning - Everyone Benefits campaign; National Partnership Agreement on Universal Access to Early Childhood Education. [ID NO.:180010]


ECONOMICS


JOUR
THE CRISES INHERENT IN CAPITALISM : AND WHAT TRANSITIONS MIGHT LOOK LIKE. Greenland, Hall.
Australian Options (86) Autumn 2017 pp. 10-14
KEYWORDS: Economic policy; Capitalism; Economic conditions; Employment; Wages; Political party policy; Social change; Democracy; Neoliberalism. Karl Marx. [ID NO.:180047]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


E2325
ACCOUNTABILITY IN EDUCATION : MEETING OUR COMMITMENTS. Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report. 2nd ed.. Paris : UNESCO Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report ; 2017/8.
(Bibliography; Index).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Accountability; Equity; Human rights; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons; Educational disadvantage; Student participation; Student attendance; Tuition fees; Student attainment; Youth; Transitions; Skills; Employment; Government policy; Education funding; Teaching profession; Teacher attitudes; Teacher unions; Vocational education; Training; Higher education. Evidence-based; information and communications technology (ICT); Gender disparity; Low income countries; Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); Global Education Monitoring (GEM) report. [ID NO.:180043]


E2296
BUILDING SKILLS FOR ALL IN AUSTRALIA : POLICY INSIGHTS FROM THE SURVEY OF ADULT SKILLS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
OECD Skills Studies. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Participation; Adults; Youth; Educational attainment; Literacy; Numeracy; Performance; Skills; Survey; Socioeconomic background; Disadvantaged; Dropouts; Parental education; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Employment; Australia; Government role; Policy development; International comparisons; OECD countries. Gender gap; At risk; Student disengagement; Not in employment, education or training (NEET); Survey of Adult Skills; Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). [ID NO.:180014]


E2279
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL : OVERCOMING INEQUALITY THROUGHOUT THE LIFE COURSE. Paris : Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI), OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs.
Educational Research and Innovation. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Social conditions; Inequality; Education systems; Access; Equity; Investment; Disadvantaged schools; Student outcome; Student support; Social disadvantage; Research methodology; Policy development; Learning outcomes; Economic growth; Adult education; Skill development; Tertiary education; International comparisons; OECD countries. Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Inclusive growth. [ID NO.:170412]


E2280
EXPENDITURE ON EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN AUSTRALIA 2017 : UPDATE AND ANALYSIS. Pilcher, Sarah; Torii, Kate. Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute for Health and Education Policy, Victoria University, December 2017. Electronic document ; graphs.
Mitchell Institute policy paper no. 05/2017. (Bibliography; Updated annually).
Link; accessed on 14 December 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Investment; Preschools; Schools; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Government funding; Data collection; Government policy; Attitudes; Reform; Students; Access; Student costs; Student loans. VET expenditure; Income contingent loans (ICL); VET FEE HELP; Private providers; Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP); Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). [ID NO.:170413]


E2298
OECD HANDBOOK FOR INTERNATIONALLY COMPARATIVE EDUCATION STATISTICS : CONCEPTS, STANDARDS,
DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATIONS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 170335 - Education at a glance 2017 : OECD indicators).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; OECD countries; Measurement techniques; Research methodologies; Data collection; Government; Policy development; International comparisons; Pedagogy; Student learning; Student performance; Student mobility. International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED); Indicators of Education Systems (INES). [ID NO.:180016]


EDUCATION - K-12


JOUR
A LESSON FOR MR TURNBULL.
Australian Educator (94) Winter 2017 pp. 10-13
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student needs; Educational disadvantage; Student support; Educational attainment; Evidence; Government policy; Attitudes; Government funding. Needs-based funding; Gonski review. [ID NO.:170392]


E2271
MONITORING THE IMPACT OF AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT SCHOOL FUNDING : DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING. The Auditor-General. Barton, ACT : Australian National Audit Office (ANAO), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
ANAO Report No. 18 2017-18. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 December 2015
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Education funding; Commonwealth government; Audit; Policy framework; Legislation; Accountability; Equity; Schools; Student needs; Student performance; Educational outcomes; Measurement techniques; Evidence; Teachers. Low SES; Needs-based funding; Gonski review; National Education Reform Agreement (NERA); Transparency. [ID NO.:170404]


JOUR
NEEDS-BASED FUNDING IS NOT THE ANSWER FOR SCHOOLS. Gannicott, Ken.
Quadrant (536) May 2017 pp. 68-71
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational disadvantage; Schools; Quality; Performance; Student learning; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Student performance; Social disadvantage; Teachers; Government policy; Government funding; International comparisons; OECD countries. Gonski review; Needs-based funding; National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:170399]


E2309
THE PARADIGM SHIFTERS : ENTREPRENEURIAL LEARNING IN SCHOOLS. Anderson, Michelle; Hinz, Bronwyn; Matus, Hannah. Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute, Victoria University, November 2017. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Mitchell Report No. 04/2017. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational innovation; Student learning; Student participation; Pedagogy; Student capability; Student engagement; Student outcome; Educational change; School improvement; Resources; Education funding; Teachers; Preservice education; Teaching method; Student teacher relationship; Principals; Research methodology; Interviews; Case studies. Entrepreneurial education; Knowledge gap; Australian tertiary admission rank (ATAR). [ID NO.:180027]


E2270
PIRLS 2016 INTERNATIONAL RESULTS IN READING. Mullis, Ina V.S.; Martin, Michael O.; Foy, Pierre; Hooper, Martin. Chestnut Hill, MA : TIMSS & PIRLS International Study Center, Lynch School of Education, Boston College, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Primary school students; Literacy; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Student achievement; Student engagement; Student attitudes; Parent role; Home environment; Disadvantaged schools; Resources; Socioeconomic status; Benchmarks; Teachers; Internationals comparisons; OECD countries. Academic success; Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS); Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS); International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA). [ID NO.:170403]


E2269
PIRLS 2016 : REPORTING AUSTRALIA'S RESULTS. Thomson, Sue (et. al.). Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 11 December 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Primary school students; Literacy; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Student achievement; Student engagement; Student attitudes; Parent role; Disadvantaged schools; Resources; Socioeconomic status; Benchmarks; Teachers; Internationals comparisons; OECD countries. Learning environment; Affluent schools; Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS). [ID NO.:170402]


E2274
PISA 2015 RESULTS (VOLUME V) : COLLABORATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
PISA. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Problem solving; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Literacy; Student attitudes; Student background; Student achievement; Measurement techniques; Parent role; Student teacher relationship; Education policy; Teachers; Principals; Survey; International comparisons; OECD countries. Gender differences; Gender gap; Scientific literacy; Financial literacy; School questionnaire; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:170407]


E2285
REVIEW TO ACHIEVE EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS : ISSUES PAPER. Canberra, ACT : Department of Education and Training, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs.
Link; accessed on 17 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Government policy; Evidence; International comparisons; School improvement; Teachers; Leadership; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance. Gonski review; Workforce planning. [ID NO.:180003]


E2297
SCHOOLS AT THE CROSSROADS OF INNOVATION IN CITIES AND REGIONS. Van Damme, Dirk. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Educational Research and Innovation.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational innovation; Measurement techniques; School improvement; Policy development; Case studies; Equity; Pedagogy; Teachers; Educational attainment; Tertiary education; Vocational education; Participation; Skills; Labour market; Employers; School business relationship; Regional planning; International comparisons; OECD countries. School community engagement; Skills gap; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180015]


JOUR
SOCIAL INCLUSION EDUCATION POLICY IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA : WHAT CAN WE LEARN?. Bills, Andrew; Howard, Nigel.
Australian Journal of Education 61 (1) April 2017 pp. 54-74 (Bibliography; SEE Record 090696 - Young people’s learning : a shared responsibility).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Policy framework; Educational disadvantage; Social inclusion; Student learning; Student engagement; Student experience; Retention; Educational attainment; Education policy; Government role; School community relationship; South Australia; International comparisons; OECD countries. At-risk; Flexible learning options (FLO); Innovative Community Action Networks (ICAN). [ID NO.:170395]


E2286
STEM EDUCATION IN NSW SCHOOLS. Gotsis, Tom. Canberra, ACT : NSW Parliamentary Research Service, September 2017. Electronic document ; tables, graphs.
e-brief 5/2017. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Science education; Mathematics education; Information technology; Student participation; Student engagement; Educational research; Student learning; Student performance; Student outcome; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Graduates; Labour market; New South Wales. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Economic benefits; Skill shortage. [ID NO.:180004]


E2287
SUBMISSION TO THE INDEPENDENT REVIEW INTO REGIONAL, RURAL AND REMOTE EDUCATION. Australian Education Union (AEU). Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), September 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(SEE Record 170330 - Independent review into regional, rural and remote education : discussion paper).
Link; accessed on 17 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Rural education; Remote areas; Review; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; TAFE; Vocational education; Training; Access; Student participation; Educational disadvantage; Student background; Student support; Aboriginal students; Government funding; Teachers; Quality; Retention; International comparisons; OECD countries; Australian Education Union (AEU); Educational research. Achievement gap; Low SES; Initial teacher education (ITE); Regional, rural and remote education. [ID NO.:180005]


E2278
SUBMISSION TO THE REVIEW TO ACHIEVE EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS. Australian Education Union (AEU). South Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), November 2017. Electronic document ; graphs.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 180003 - Review to achieve educational excellence in Australian schools : issues paper).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Government policy; Australian Education Union (AEU); Education policy; Teachers; Professional development; Quality; OECD countries; Access; Equity; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; International comparisons. Gonski review; Needs-based funding; Initial teacher education (ITE); Workforce planning; National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:170411]


JOUR
TOWARDS A FAIRER EDUCATION SYSTEM. Henebery, Brett; Birmingham, Simon.
The Educator 3 (2) June/July 2017 pp. 18-21
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Education policy; Government funding; Commonwealth state relations; Early childhood education; Access; Student needs; School improvement; Principals; Teaching standards. Initial teacher education (ITE); Evidence-based. [ID NO.:170394]


E2277
TOWARDS AN ADAPTIVE EDUCATION SYSTEM IN AUSTRALIA. Goss, Peter. [n.p.] : Grattan Institute, November 2017. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Discussion paper No. 2017-01. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 14 December 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Policy development; Change; Educational research; Evidence; Educational strategies; Equity; Government policy; Government funding; Educational leadership; School improvement; Intervention; Student learning; Student needs; Student performance; Teaching practice; Teachers. Adaptive education system; Targeted teaching. [ID NO.:170410]


EMPLOYMENT


E2260
THE AUSTRALIAN LABOUR MARKET IN 2016. Oliver, Damian; Yu, Serena.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 254-270 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour market; Economic conditions; Employment; Wages; Inequality; Part-time employment; Youth; Unemployment; Data. Underemployment; Underutilisation; Unpaid work experience; PaTH. [ID NO.:170378]


E2295
BETTER USE OF SKILLS IN THE WORKPLACE : WHY IT MATTERS FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND LOCAL JOBS. OECD; International Labour Organization (ILO). Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; Chapter 7: Local actions to boost skills utilisation Tasmania's disability services).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Skills; Productivity; Research methodology; Case studies; Employers; Human resources; Strategies; Employment practices; Employer employee relationship; Working conditions; Workplace training; Job satisfaction; Wages; Government role; Policy development; International comparisons; OECD countries; Vocational education; Higher education; Tasmania; Disabilities; Skill development. Skills utilisation; National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). [ID NO.:180013]


E2310
EXCESSIVE HOURS, UNPAID OVERTIME AND THE FUTURE OF WORK : AN UPDATE. Henderson, Troy; Swann, Tom. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, November 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Working hours; Wages; Working conditions; Job security; Employment relationship; Precarious employment; Information technology; Employee attitudes; Living standards; Employer attitudes; Economic conditions; Research methodology; Public opinion polls; Data collection. Underemployment; Unpaid overtime; Disruptive technology; Work/life balance; Gig economy; "Time theft"; Go Home On Time Day (GHOTD). [ID NO.:180028]


E2318
THE FUTURE OF SKILLS : EMPLOYMENT IN 2030. Bakhshi, Hasan; Downing, Jonathan M.; Osborne, Michael A.; Schneider, Philippe. London : Pearson and Nesta, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Change; Skill development; Occupations; Labour market; Literature review; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons; Demographics; Globalisation; Wages; Inequality; Technological change; Government role; Economic conditions; Education systems; Employees; Educational attainment. Labour market outcomes; Job creation; Green jobs; Pearson. [ID NO.:180036]


E2276
HUMAN RESOURCE PRACTICES AND WORKFORCE DIVERSITY : AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT. D'Netto, Brian; Sohal, Amrik S..
International Journal of Manpower 20 (8) 1999 pp. 530-547 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Human resources; Equal opportunity; Diversity; Research methodology; Employees; Training; Salaries; Inequality; Workplace environment; Multiculturalism; Management practices; Performance appraisal. Human resources management; Performance-based pay. [ID NO.:170409]


JOUR
THE NEW BLACK : INSIDE AUSTRALIA'S OVERWORKED, UNDERPAID ECONOMY. Arnold, Ann.
The Monthly (130) February 2017 pp. 28-35
KEYWORDS: Employment; Law; Employer attitudes; Exploitation; Employees; Wages; Working conditions; Awards; Casual employment; Trade unions; Government policy; Political attitudes; Legislation. Underpaid; Underpayment; Labour hire; Insecure work; 457 Visas; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:180048]


E2299
OECD GUIDELINES ON MEASURING THE QUALITY OF THE WORKING ENVIRONMENT. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Better Life Initiative.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Workplace environment; Quality; Measurement techniques; Employees; Wellbeing; Inequality; Working conditions; Employee attitudes; Productivity; Stress; Job security; Working hours; Wages; Employment contracts; Part-time employment; Labour market; Employers; Trade unions; Research methodology; International comparisons; OECD countries. Work intensity. [ID NO.:180017]


E2282
WAGE THEFT IN AUSTRALIA : FINDINGS OF THE NATIONAL TEMPORARY MIGRANT WORK SURVEY. Berg, Laurie; Farbenblum, Bassina. [Sydney, NSW : Migrant Worker Justice Initiative MWJI], November 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Survey; Minimum wage; International students; Migrant workers; Temporary employment; Working conditions; Research methodology; Data; Labour; Gender; Law; Employer attitudes; Employment practices; Government role; Trade unions; Universities. Wage theft; Underpayment of wages; Low paid; Employee entitlements; Exploitation; Visa; Fair Work Act 2009; National Temporary Migrant Work Survey. [ID NO.:170416]


GOVERNMENT


E2326
REPORT ON GOVERNMENT SERVICES 2018. Steering Committee for the Review of Government Service Provision. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Volume A: Approach to performance reporting (This volume is only available online); Volume B: Child care, education and training; Volume C: Justice; Volume D: Emergency Management; Volume E: Health; Volume F: Community services; Volume G: Housing and Homelessness).
Volume A: Approach to performance reporting - This volume is only available online
Link; accessed on 1 February 2018
Volume B: Child care, education and training
Link; accessed on 1 February 2018
Volume C: Justice
Link; accessed on 1 February 2018
Volume D: Emergency management
Link; accessed on 1 February 2018
Volume E: Health
Link; accessed on 1 February 2018
Volume F: Community services
Link; accessed on 1 February 2018
Volume G: Housing and homelessness
Link; accessed on 1 February 2018

KEYWORDS: Federal government; State government; Performance; Early childhood education; Education; Training; Justice; Health; Housing; Community services. [ID NO.:180062]


HIGHER EDUCATION


JOUR
CULTURES OF DENIAL.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2332) 16-22 November 2017 pp. 36-41
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University environment; Management; Attitudes; Academic staff; Sexual harassment; Law; Men; Women; Bullying; Power. Workplace experiences; Academia; Misconduct. [ID NO.:180059]


JOUR
DIVERSITY STATEMENTS AREN'T ENOUGH TO COMBAT IMPLICIT BIAS. Kollat, Sarah.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2328) 19-25 October 2017 pp. 28-29
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Diversity; Educators; Bias; Equity; Students; Racial discrimination; Employers; Academics; Teachers. Implicit bias. [ID NO.:180061]


E2307
DOES ACADEMIC SELF-CONCEPT PREDICT FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION PARTICIPATION?. Henderson, Morag; Hansen, Kirstine; Shure, Nikki. London : Centre for Global Higher Education, September 2017. Electronic document ; tables.
Working Paper no. 26. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student attainment; Socioeconomic background; Pathways; Student characteristics; Gender; Academic ability; University education; Perception; Participation; Transition; Parental education; Social class; Inequality; Research methodology; Data collection; United Kingdom. Academic self-concept; Self-esteem; Low SES; Widening participation. [ID NO.:180025]


JOUR
THE FUTURE OF FUNDING. Noonan, Peter.
Campus Review 27 (5) May 2017 pp. 20-21
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Reform; Government policy; Budgets; Government funding; Access; Participation; Students; Student demand. Low SES; Demand-driven; VET FEE-HELP; Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP). [ID NO.:170387]


JOUR
THE GREAT HIGHER EDUCATION SWINDLE : PAY MORE, GET LESS. Kniest, Paul.
Advocate 24 (2) July 2017 pp. 16-19
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Reform; Government policy; Government attitudes; Government funding; University education; Access; Participation; Student enrolment; Tuition fees. Commonwealth supported places (CSP); Demand-driven; Higher Education Loan Program (HELP); Repayment threshold; National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). [ID NO.:180053]


E2321
THE HISTORY WARS MATTER. Sammut, Jeremy. Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies, November 2017. Electronic document.
CIS Occasional Paper 159.
Link; accessed on 25 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Australian history; Racial discrimination; Social attitudes; Racism; Political attitudes; Indigenous population. History wars; Identity politics. [ID NO.:180039]


JOUR
IN THE DRAGON'S GRIP. Ziguras, Chris.
Campus Review 27 (6) June 2017 pp. 8-9
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Student participation; International students; International education; Universities; International relations; Australia; China; Political influence; United States of America; International comparisons. [ID NO.:170388]


E2283
INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES AND ACADEMIC SOCIAL NETWORKS : COMPETITION OR COMPLEMENT? : A STUDY OF OPEN ACCESS POLICY COMPLIANCE VS. RESEARCHGATE PARTICIPATION. Lovett, Julia A.; Rathemacher, Andree J.; Boukari, Divana; Lang, Corey.
Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly (JLSC) Communication 5 (1) 2017 pp. 1-25 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Universities; Libraries; Academic staff; Research and development; Librarians. Open access policy; Academic social networks; Institutional repositories; Academia.edu; ResearchGate. [ID NO.:180001]


JOUR
MEASURED STEPS. Read, Janet.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2322) 7-13 September 2017 pp. 46-47
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University administration; University students; Perception; Student learning; Attendance; Student engagement; Student outcome; Parent perception; Academics; United Kingdom. Student attendance monitoring (SAM); Electronic monitoring. [ID NO.:180058]


E2320
THE RISE OF IDENTITY POLITICS : AN AUDIT OF HISTORY TEACHING AT AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES IN 2017. d'Abrera, Bella. [n.p.] : Institute of Public Affairs, October 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Schools; Curriculum; Ideology; University education; Student learning; Government role. Identity politics; History education; National curriculum; Liberal democracy. [ID NO.:180038]


JOUR
SUPPLY OR DEMAND?. King, Conor; Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 27 (5) May 2017 pp. 14-15
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Quality; University entrance; Access; Participation; Student enrolment; Disadvantaged students; Socioeconomic status; Educational attainment; Graduates; Vocational education; Training; Political party policy; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Demand-driven; Low SES; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). [ID NO.:170386]


JOUR
THE WORLD'S MOST EMPLOYABLE GRADUATES. Baker, Simon.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2332) 16-22 November 2017 pp. 42-49
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Performance; Graduates; Competency; Skills; Employment; Employers; Perception; Industry; International comparisons. Skill shortage; Digital skills; Global University Employability Survey; University rankings. [ID NO.:180060]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


E2259
AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN 2016. Wright, Chris F..
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 237-253 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment relations; Standards; Public policy; Legislation; Political issues; Employment; Equity; Labour market; Inequality; Government policy; Trade unions; Collective bargaining; Public opinion; Mass media; Governance; Australia; United States of America. Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:170377]


E2262
EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYER ASSOCIATION MATTERS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2016. Barry, Michael; You, Kevin.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 288-304 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employers; Attitudes; Campaigns; Vocational education; Training; Policy development; Minimum wage; Industry; Employment relations; Government policy; Reform; Legislation; Trade unions. Employer associations; Penalty rates; Modern awards; Casual deeming; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Productivity Commission; Registered Organisations Act; Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC). [ID NO.:170380]


R 344.9401 FAI 2017
FAIR WORK LEGISLATION 2017-18 : CURRENT AS AT 20 SEPTEMBER 2017. Rinaldi, Mark; Lambropoulos, Victoria; Millar, Rohan; Neal, Aaron (eds.). 10th ed.. Pyrmont, NSW : Thomson Reuters, 2017. ixv, 2353 p.
(Index).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour law; Regulations; Collective bargaining; Enterprise agreements; Unfair dismissal; Minimum wage; Industrial action; Gender equality; Workplace relations; Review; Legislation; Trade unions; Governance. Fair Work Act 2009; Paid parental leave; Union density; National employment standards (NES); Modern awards; Fair Work Commission. [ID NO.:170376]


E2267
THE FUTURE OF THE STANDARD EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP : LABOUR LAW, NEW INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS AND OLD POWER RESOURCE THEORY. Fudge, Judy.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 374-392 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment relationship; Labour law; Inequality; Labour market; Employment contracts; Employers; Democracy; Capitalism; Economic development; Trade unions; Power; Organising; Collective bargaining; International comparisons. Political economy. [ID NO.:170385]


E2264
INDUSTRIAL LEGISLATION IN AUSTRALIA IN 2016. Forsyth, Anthony.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 323-339 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Legislation; Reform; Government policy; Labour law; Regulations; Trade unions; Employers; Governance. Coalition Party; Labour hire; Fair Work Act 2009; Productivity Commission; Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC); Registered Organisations Act. [ID NO.:170382]


E2265
MAJOR COURT AND TRIBUNAL DECISIONS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2016. Sutherland, Carolyn; Riley, Joellen.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 340-353 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Courts; Employment; Collective bargaining; Enterprise agreement; Labour law; Court litigation; Trade unions. Adverse action; Workplace bullying; Fair Work Act 2009; Better off overall test (BOOT); Vicarious liability. [ID NO.:170383]


E2266
MORE THAN UNDERPAYMENTS AND CIVIL PENALTIES : TAKING A STRATEGIC APPROACH TO REGULATORY WORKPLACE RELATIONS LITIGATION. Webster, Janine.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 354-373 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Workplace relations; Compliance; Litigation; Accountability; Employer employee relationship; Industrial instruments; Trade unions; Attitudes; Organising; Workplace Relations Act 1996. WorkChoices; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:170384]


E2308
PENALTY RATES. The Senate Education and Employment References Committee. [Canberra, ACT] : The Senate Education and Employment References Committee, October 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
http://apo.org.au/system/files/112866/apo-nid112866-444176.pdf; accessed on 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Wages; Inquiry; Data collection; Enterprise agreements; Employment conditions; Working hours; Workplace relations; Trade unions; Employer attitudes; Industrial relations; Government policy; Legislation; Political attitudes; Ideology; Business. Penalty rates; Weekend work; Modern awards; Employee rights; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Amendment (Pay Protection) Bill 2017; Better Off Overall Test (BOOT). [ID NO.:180026]


JOUR
THE PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION AND THE WATERFRONT DISPUTE : A CAUTIONARY TALE. Sheil, Christopher.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (79) Winter 2017 pp. 39-64 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Trade unions; Governance; Industrial disputes; Government policy; Attitudes; Political influence; Government role; Government agencies; Analysis; Public funding; Economic policy; Neoliberalism; Mass media; International comparisons; United Kingdom. Maritime Union of Australia (MUA); Productivity Commission; Impartiality; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). [ID NO.:170398]


E2281
PROTECTED ACTION BALLOTS AND PROTECTED INDUSTRIAL ACTION UNDER THE FAIR WORK ACT : THE IMPACT OF BALLOT PROCEDURES ON ENTERPRISE BARGAINING PROCESSES : A METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH. Creighton, Breen; Denvir, Catrina; Johnstone, Richard; McCrystal, Shae. [n.p. : n.p.], October 2016. Electronic document ; tables.
(Statement of Methodological Approach (Draft)).
Abstract: Link; accessed on 15 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Industrial action; Employees; Strikes; Law; Research methodology; Data collection; Interviews; Regulations; Democracy; Workplace relations; Employer employee relationship; Union members; Employer attitudes; Enterprise bargaining; Trade unions; Government role. Right to strike; Bargaining representatives; Protected industrial action ballot orders (PABOs); Strike ballots; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Commission (FWC). [ID NO.:170415]


E2275
PROTECTED INDUSTRIAL ACTION BALLOTS : AN EMPIRICAL VIEW. Creighton, Breen; Denvir, Catrina; Johnstone, Richard; McCrystal, Shae.
Journal of Industrial Relations 2017 pp. 1-24 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Industrial action; Strikes; Policy; History; Law; Research methodology; Regulations; Democracy; Workplace relations; Employer employee relationship; Union members; Employer attitudes; Enterprise bargaining; Trade unions; Government role; Attitudes. WorkChoices; Protected industrial action ballot orders (PABOs); Strike ballots; Secret ballots; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Commission (FWC). [ID NO.:170408]


INEQUALITY


E2294
HOW'S LIFE? 2017 : MEASURING WELL-BEING. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Better Life Initiative.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Wellbeing; Inequality; Measurement techniques; Research methodology; Statistics; Human capital; Income; Poverty; Employment; Disadvantaged; Migrants; Discrimination; Social capital; Government policies; Democracy; Governance; International comparisons; OECD countries. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC); Wealth; Household income. [ID NO.:180012]


E2293
RISING INEQUALITY : AN AUSTRALIAN REALITY. Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU). Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
ACTU D No.106/2017.
Link ; accessed on 17 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Employment; Income; Inequality; Evidence; Data; Economic conditions; Change; Job security; Enterprise agreements; Living standards; Social conditions; Trade unions; Industrial relations; Corporations; Attitudes; Tax; Government attitudes. Wealth; Rich poor gap. [ID NO.:180011]


LGBTIQ


E2306
LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL, TRANS AND INTERSEX (LGBTI) CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE : ISSUES PAPER : WHAT IS MEANT BY LGBTI?. Perth, WA : Commissioner for Children and Young People, October 2017. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Gender; Sexuality; Identity; Discrimination; Human rights; Violence; Equality; Children; Youth; Mental health; Wellbeing; School environment; Bullying; Social attitudes; Government role; Legislation; United Nations. Gender identity; Social exclusion; Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI). [ID NO.:180024]


POLITICS


JOUR
A POX ON BOTH YOUR HOUSES : THE RISE OF POPULISM IN AUSTRALIA. Charlton, Andrew; Harris, Lachlan.
The Monthly (129) December 2016 - January 2017 pp. 36-42
KEYWORDS: Politics; Ideology; Political attitudes; International comparisons; Political party policies; Public opinion; Mass media; Economic conditions; Employment; Change; Wages; Politicians; Strategies; Elections; Left politics. One Nation; Populism; Minor parties; Right wing politics. [ID NO.:180049]


JOUR
UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES : ONE NATION AND NEOLIBERALISM IN CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIA. McSwiney, Jordan; Cottle, Drew.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (79) Winter 2017 pp. 87-106 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Neoliberalism; Economic policy; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Public opinion; Mass media; Economic conditions; Social conditions; Inequality; Globalisation; Trade unions; Employment. Political economy; Underemployment; One Nation. [ID NO.:180044]


POVERTY


E2313
A FUTURE FOR ALL CHILDREN : ADDRESSING CHILD POVERTY IN AUSTRALIA. [n.p.] : Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS), October 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography).
http://www.acoss.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/ACOSS-Child-Poverty-Briefing_13-Oct-17.pdf; accessed on 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Children; Poverty; Social conditions; Social welfare; Income support; Child development; Child welfare; Data; Family income; Living standards; Educational disadvantage; Unemployment; Political party policy; Government funding; Political attitudes; Legislation. Child poverty; School costs; Single parents. [ID NO.:180031]


SOCIAL WELFARE


E2305
AUSTRALIA'S WELFARE 2017. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). Canberra, ACT : Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), July 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Australia's welfare series no. 13. (Index; Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Australia; Social welfare; Social conditions; Demography; Research methodology; Measurement techniques; Employment; Change; Education systems; Participation; Mental health; Wellbeing; Disabilities; Remote areas; Labour force; Low income; Government role; International comparisons; OECD countries. Social exclusion; Domestic violence. [ID NO.:180023]


TAFE


JOUR
ALP GUARANTEES AT LEAST 2/3 RDS FUNDING TO TAFE : STOP TAFE CUTS CAMPAIGN MUST CONTINUE. Forward, Pat.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (2) Winter 2017 p. 5
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Funding; Education policy; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Campaigns; Australian Education Union (AEU); Budgets; Government policy; Attitudes. Stop TAFE cuts; VET FEE-HELP. [ID NO.:170389]


JOUR
THE FAILURE OF FOR-PROFIT EDUCATION : IMPLICATIONS FOR TAFE. Quiggin, John.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (3) Spring 2017 pp. 8-10
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Universities; Reform; Privatisation; Public funding; Government policy; International comparisons; Student recruitment; Student enrolment. For-profit education; FEE-HELP. [ID NO.:180050]


JOUR
THE FUTURE OF THE TAFE SYSTEM. Spierings, John.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (2) Winter 2017 pp. 8-11
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Education funding; Policy development; Leadership; Public education; Privatisation; Political party policy; Government role; Employers. VET FEE-HELP. [ID NO.:170390]


JOUR
SEISMIC CHANGES IN TAFE. Jones, Anne.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (2) Winter 2017 pp. 14-15
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Access; Reform; Student loan; Marketisation; Privatisation; Education funding; Policy development; Political party policy; Government role; Employers. VET FEE-HELP. [ID NO.:170391]


TEACHERS


E2317
THE ADVOCACY OF EDUCATORS : PERSPECTIVES FROM EARLY CHILDHOOD. Mevawalla, Zinnia; Hadley, Fay.
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 37 (1) March 2012 pp. 74-80 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Educators; Advocacy; Perspectives; Interviews; Research methodology; Data; Teacher status; Power; Workplace environment; Teaching experience; Education research; Educational standards; Child development. [ID NO.:180035]


E2324
THE CAREERS OF TEACHERS IN AUSTRALIA : A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY. Jha, Nikhil; Ryan, Chris. [Parkville, Vic.] : Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, The University of Melbourne, November 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 30/17. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 25 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Careers; Teacher remuneration; Job satisfaction; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Research methodology; Survey; Job security; Teacher mobility; Student learning; Student outcome; Government policy; Education funding. Teacher attraction and retention; Job flexibility; Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey. [ID NO.:180042]


370.71 ING
DISOBEDIENT TEACHING : SURVIVING AND CREATING CHANGE IN EDUCATION. Ings, Welby. Dunedin, NZ : Otago University Press, 2017.
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Quality; Teaching practice; Teaching innovation; Pedagogy; Educational change; Education systems; New Zealand. [ID NO.:170375]


371.102 GLO
GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES ON TEACHER MOTIVATION. Watt, Helen M. G.; Richardson, Paul W.; Smith, Kari (eds.). Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press, 2017. xvi, 397 p.
Current perspectives in social and behavioral sciences.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher motivation; Teacher morale; Professional development; Job security; Pedagogy; Classroom management; Student teachers; Career choice; Teacher perception; Teacher recruitment; Education systems; International comparisons. Gender differences; FIT-Choice (Factors Influencing Teaching Choice); Work/family balance; Initial teacher education (ITE). [ID NO.:170414]


E2291
INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION : DATA REPORT 2015. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). 3rd ed.. Melbourne, VIC : Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), 2015. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
InSights. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 January 2017
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.:180009]


E2290
INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION : DATA REPORT 2016. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). 4th ed.. Melbourne, VIC : Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), 2016. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
InSights. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 January 2017
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.:180008]


E2289
INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION : DATA REPORT 2017. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL). 5th ed.. Melbourne, VIC : Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
InSights. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 17 January 2017
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.:180007]


JOUR
INSIGHTS INTO CASUAL RELIEF TEACHING : CASUAL RELIEF TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS OF THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS. Nicholas, Maria; Wells, Muriel.
Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 45 (3) June 2017 pp. 229-249 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Survey; Research methodology; Perception; Employment contracts; Casual employment; Teacher standards; Skills; Pedagogy; Workplace environment; Professional development; Information technology; Access; Teacher support. Casual relief teachers (CRTs); Social exclusion. [ID NO.:170397]


E2316
STRUGGLING TO OVERCOME THE STATE'S PRESCRIPTION FOR PRACTICE : A STUDY OF A SAMPLE OF EARLY EDUCATORS' PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND ACTION RESEARCH PROJECTS IN A HIGH-STAKES TEACHING CONTEXT. Brown, Christopher P.; Weber, Natalie Babiak.
Journal of Teacher Education 67 (3) May/June 2016 pp. 183-202 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Professional development; Educational standards; Accountability; Teacher instruction; Research methodology; Pedagogy; Early childhood education; Child development; Student assessment; Academic achievement; Government attitudes; Education policy; Reform; Teacher education; Teaching conditions; Teaching practice; United States of America. High-stakes. [ID NO.:180034]


JOUR
UNDERSTANDING TEACHER SUPPLY : WHERE DO ONLINE INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS FIT?. Edwards, Daniel; Weldon, Paul.
Australian Journal of Education 61 (1) April 2017 pp. 88-100 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher supply; Policy development; Data; Higher education; Online learning; Student enrolment; Teacher education; Preservice teachers; Analysis; Graduates. Initial teacher education (ITE); Curriculum delivery; Workforce planning. [ID NO.:170396]


TRADE UNIONS


JOUR
THE NEXUS BETWEEN UNION MEMBERSHIP AND WORKPLACE CLIMATE. McMurray, Adela; Scott, Don.
Labour and Industry 27 (2) June 2017 pp. 131-149 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Workplace environment; Employees; Survey; Perception; Union membership; Manufacturing industry; Research methodology; Employer employee relationship; Workplace conditions; Employer attitudes; Trade unions; Industrial relations. Workplace climate; Non-union. [ID NO.:180045]


E2319
RIVERS OF GOLD : HOW THE TRADE UNION MOVEMENT IS FUNDED BY INDUSTRY SUPER. Begg, Morgan; Breheny, Simon. [n.p.] : Institute of Public Affairs, November 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Link; accessed on 25 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Superannuation; Governance; Trade unions. Industry super; Australian Council of Trade Unions. [ID NO.:180037]


JOUR
UNIONISTS DON'T LIVE IN A BUBBLE. McManus, Sally.
Australian Options (86) Autumn 2017 pp. 7-9
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Organising; Minimum wage; Working conditions; Union movement; Activism; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Employer attitudes. Employee rights; WorkChoices; Trade Union Royal Commission; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU). [ID NO.:180046]


E2263
UNIONS AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN AUSTRALIA IN 2016. Nicholson, Daniel; Pekarek, Andreas; Gahan, Peter.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 305-322 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Activism; Organising; Union membership; Data; Collective bargaining; Wages; Enterprise agreements; Industrial disputes; Governance; Government policy; Legislation; Employer attitudes. Union decline; Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC); Registered Organisations Act. [ID NO.:170381]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


E2304
ARE WE ALL SPEAKING THE SAME LANGUAGE? : UNDERSTANDING ‘QUALITY’ IN THE VET SECTOR. Griffin, Tabatha. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Occasional Paper. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 18 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Quality; Evaluation; Measurement techniques; Educational standards; Perception; Student learning; Student experience; Student outcome; Qualifications; Employers; Industry; Government policy; Education funding. Registered training organisations (RTOs); Stakeholder groups; Private providers; Performance indicators. [ID NO.:180022]


E2288
AUSTRALIAN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING STATISTICS : VET PROGRAM COMPLETION RATES 2011"15. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document; tables.
https://www.ncver.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0019/834220/VET-program-completion-rates-2011-15.pdf; accessed on 17 January 2018
Data
Link; accessed on 17 January 2018

KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Student enrolment; Student participation; Student completion; Data collection. [ID NO.:180006]


E2268
BUILDING FOUNDATIONS FOR OCCUPATIONS OR ONE-WAY TICKETS TO LOW SKILLED JOBS? : HOW EFFECTIVE IS VET IN SCHOOLS?. Clarke, Kira.
CVA-ACFP Newsletter January 2015 pp. 1-10 Electronic document. (Article originally published in 2013; Bibliography; SEE Records 130478 & 130126 - 'Entry to vocations' (NCVER research reports on VET in Schools)).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Secondary school education; Participation; Youth; Skill development; Pathways; Schools; Research methodology; TAFE; Transitions; Student outcome; School to work transition. VET in Schools (VETiS); Canadian Vocational Association (CVA). [ID NO.:170401]


E2302
CHOOSING VET: ASPIRATIONS, INTENTIONS AND CHOICE. Hargreaves, Jo; Osborne, Kristen. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography; Document is a summary of the following two items:; SEE Record 180018 - Choosing VET : investigating the VET aspirations of school students; SEE Record 180019 - In their words : student choice in training markets : Victorian examples).
Link; accessed on 18 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Perceptions; Students; Survey; Student attitudes; Academic performance; Career choice; Pathways; Career guidance; Parent perception; Education markets; University education; Fees; Government policy. Student aspirations; Gender stereotypes; VET-related occupations; Registered training organisations (RTOs). [ID NO.:180020]


E2300
CHOOSING VET : INVESTIGATING THE VET ASPIRATIONS OF SCHOOL STUDENTS. Gore, Jennifer (et. al.). Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 19 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Perception; Research methodology; Survey; Interviews; Student experience; Student characteristics; Student background; Aboriginal students; Pathways; Academic performance; Socioeconomic status; Career choice; Career guidance; Teachers; Parent perception; University education; New South Wales. Student aspirations; Gender stereotypes; Cultural capital; VET-related occupations; Low SES; High SES; National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA). [ID NO.:180018]


E2303
ENGAGING YOUNG EARLY SCHOOL LEAVERS IN VOCATIONAL TRAINING. Dommors, Eris (et. al.). Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 19 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Access; Participation; Early school leavers; Interviews; Research methodology; Data collection; Disadvantaged students; Student learning; Student engagement; Student experience; Student enrolment; Student support; Student outcome; Economic conditions; Employment. Low SES; Student aspiration. [ID NO.:180021]


E2301
IN THEIR WORDS : STUDENT CHOICE IN TRAINING MARKETS : VICTORIAN EXAMPLES. Brown, Justin. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 19 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Students; Interviews; Perception; Student costs; Career choice; Career guidance; Research methodology; Literature review; Victoria; Measurement techniques; Competition; Labour market; Government role. Student choice; Training markets; Training providers; Registered training organisations (RTOs); Performance indicators; Student Outcomes Survey (S0S). [ID NO.:180019]


JOUR
THE RISE AND FALL OF CAREERS AUSTRALIA. Scroggie, Rosie.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (3) Spring 2017 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Student learning; Student loans; Student outcome; Reform; Government policy; Government funding; Liberal Party. Careers Australia; Private providers; For-profit; Registered training organisations (RTOs). [ID NO.:180052]


E2311
SOCIAL MEDIA AND STUDENT OUTCOMES : TEACHER, STUDENT AND EMPLOYER VIEWS. Callan, Victor J.; Johnston, Margaret. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), November 2017. Electronic document ; tables.
Research Report. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 22 January 2018
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Students; Teachers; Employers; Interviews; Research methodology; Educational programs; Student assessment; Student outcome; Student completion; TAFE teachers; Educational innovation. Social media; Facebook; Social networks; Registered training organisations (RTOs). [ID NO.:180029]


E2272
STRONG ON RETENTION, WEAK ON OUTCOMES : THE IMPACT OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN SCHOOLS. Clarke, Kira; Polesel, John.
Discourse : Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 34 (2) 2013 pp. 259-273 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Curriculum; Teachers; Secondary school students; Interviews; Perception; Research methodology; Data; Equity; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Participation; School completion; Student achievement; Pathways; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Transitions; Qualifications; Employment. VET in Schools (VETiS); Post-school; Low SES; Policy-makers. [ID NO.:170405]


JOUR
WHY DO WE NEED A RETHINK OF THE PUBLIC POLICY THAT UNDERPINS THE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION SECTOR IN AUSTRALIA?. Forward, Pat.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 51 (3) Spring 2017 pp. 14-15
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Reform; Marketisation; Public policy; Neoliberalism; Government attitudes; Government funding; Employers; Australian Education Union (AEU); Policy development. [ID NO.:180051]


WOMEN


E2322
AUSTRALIA'S GENDER EQUALITY SCORECARD : KEY FINDINGS FROM THE WORKPLACE GENDER EQUALITY AGENCY'S 2016-17 REPORTING DATA. Sydney, NSW : Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA), November 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Link; accessed on 25 January 2017
KEYWORDS: Employment; Participation; Data; Gender; Equity; Women; Equality; Measurement techniques; Data; Sex discrimination; Part-time employment; Leadership; Men; Employers; Management; Strategies; Industry. Pay gap; Pay equity; Flexible work arrangements (FWAs); Paid parental leave; Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA). [ID NO.:180040]


E2273
THE GLOBAL GENDER GAP REPORT 2017. World Economic Forum (WEF). Geneva : World Economic Forum (WEF), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Insight report. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Participation; Income; Labour force; Access; Gender; Occupations; Equality; Economic participation; Educational attainment; Health; Men; Research methodology; Benchmarks; Statistics; Measurement techniques; International comparisons; Government. Global gender gap index; Rankings; Pay gap; Gender parity; Gender gap; Political empowerment; World Economic Forum (WEF). [ID NO.:170406]


E2261
WOMEN, WORK AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2016. Kaine, Sarah.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (3) June 2017 pp. 271-287 Electronic document. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Labour market; Participation; Gender equity; Industrial relations; Equality; Job security; Trade unions; Campaigns; Aboriginal women; Disadvantaged; Racial discrimination; Aboriginal culture; Government policy; Employers. Paid parental leave; Pay gap; Domestic violence; Intersectionality. [ID NO.:170379]


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