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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


E2396
CLOSING THE GAP TARGETS : 2017 ANALYSIS OF PROGRESS AND KEY DRIVERS OF CHANGE. Al-Yaman, Fadwa; Thapa, Prem; James, Matthew. Canberra, ACT : Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Review; Social conditions; Health; Early childhood education; School attendance; Educational attainment; Employment; Research; Evidence; Remote areas; Indigenous population; International comparisons. Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children (LSIC); Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP). [ID NO.:180266]


305.89915
GROWING UP ABORIGINAL IN AUSTRALIA. Heiss, Anita (ed.)
Carlton, Vic. : Black Inc., 2018. 311 p.
(Index; Notes on contributors).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Social conditions; Biography; History; Australian literature. [ID NO.:180347]


JOUR
RISE FROM THIS GRAVE. Birch, Tony.
Overland 230 Autumn 2018 pp. 3-10
KEYWORDS: Indigenous activism; Human rights; Sovereignty and treaty for indigenous Australians; Camp Sovereignty; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. [ID NO.:180316]


E2395
UNDERSTANDING FAMILY PERSPECTIVES OF SCHOOL ATTENDANCE IN REMOTE COMMUNITIES : EVALUATION OF THE REMOTE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE STRATEGY.
[Canberra, ACT] : Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, February 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Remote schools; Aboriginal children; School attendance; Parent child relationship; Educational research; Evaluation; Research; Student engagement; Family school relationship; Student enrolment; Teachers. Remote School Attendance Strategy (RSAS); Motivation, ability physical and social (MAPS) framework. [ID NO.:180265]


ABORIGINAL EDUCATION


JOUR
SPEAKING THEIR LANGUAGE. Fillmore, Naomi.
Education Review (3) May 2018 pp. 16-17
KEYWORDS: Indigenous education; Indigenous language; Multilingual education; Linguistic diversity; ATSI student disadvantage. [ID NO.:180307]


JOUR
WHEN HIGHER EDUCATION IS POSSIBLE BUT NOT DESIRABLE : WIDENING PARTICIPATION AND THE ASPIRATIONS OF AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS SCHOOL STUDENTS. Gore, Jennifer (et al).
Australian Journal of Education, 61 (2) August 2017, pp. 164-183 (Tables 1-5; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Indigenous education; Educational equality; University; Occupational aspirations; Indigenous students. [ID NO.:180342]


AUSTRALIAN HISTORY


JOUR
MOMENT OF TRUTH: HISTORY AND AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE. McKenna, Mark.
Quarterly Essay 69, 2018, 86 p. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander acknowledgement; First sovereign nations of Australia; Government; History; Republic. [ID NO.:180335]


BULLYING


JOUR
"IT IS NOT A PERFECT WORLD" : WORKPLACE BULLYING AND AN EMPLOYER'S DUTY OF CARE. Latten, Milaan; Tuck, John.
Workplace Review 8 (3) Autumn 2018 pp. 131-134 (References).
KEYWORDS: Workplace conflict; Employer duty of care; Anti-bullying legislation; Fair Work Act (FWA); Bullying. Wearne vs Victoria. [ID NO.:180324]


DEMOCRACY


JOUR
DEAD RIGHT : HOW NEOLIBERALISM ATE ITSELF AND WHAT COMES NEXT. Denniss, Richard.
Quarterly Essay 70 2018, 1-79 pp. (References).
KEYWORDS: Neoliberalism; Privatisation; Outsourcing; Low wage growth; Democracy; Taxation inequality; Corporate profits. [ID NO.:180328]


DIRECTORIES


R 068.994025 DIR
DIRECTORY OF AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATIONS. 86th ed.
East Melbourne, Vic. : AAP Directories, May 2018. iii, 600 p.
(Index).
KEYWORDS: Directories; Associations. [ID NO.:180260]


ECONOMICS


JOUR
NEOLIBERAL REFORMERS : ECONOMICS AS CLASS WARFARE. Dabscheck, Braham.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 29 (2) June 2018 pp. 169-189 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Neoliberalism; Despotism; Class warfare; Economics. Doublethink. [ID NO.:180299]


E2412
OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL : A FRAMEWORK FOR POLICY ACTION ON INCLUSIVE GROWTH. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic growth; Participation; Policy development; Inequality; Socioeconomic background; Poverty; Social inclusion; Low income; Social conditions; Government funding; Education systems; Labour market; Employment; International comparisons; OECD countries. [ID NO.:180282]


E2432
WORLD INEQUALITY REPORT 2018. Alvaredo, Facundo (et al). [n.p.] : World Inequality Lab, June 2018. 300 p.; tables.
(Appendix).
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018.
KEYWORDS: World Wealth and Income Database; Inequality; Wealth; Poverty. WID.world. [ID NO.:180357]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


E2411
EDUCATION POLICY OUTLOOK 2018 : PUTTING STUDENT LEARNING AT THE CENTRE. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Education policy; International comparisons; OECD countries; Equity; Quality; Educational improvement; Policy issues; Student learning; Student needs; Student support; Socioeconomic status; Student background; Pathways; Transitions; Teachers; Government role. Stakeholders; Policy implementation; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180281]


379.2 WOO
EQUITY MATTERS. Wood, Elizabeth (et al). Amsterdam : Education International Research Institute, May 2011. 142 p.
(References; Appendix 1-4.).
KEYWORDS: Equity in education; Public education worldwide; Rationalisation policies; Union education policies; Curriculum; Teachers; Social and economic disadvantage; Education resources. [ID NO.:110540]


E2405
HANDBOOK ON MEASURING EQUITY IN EDUCATION. Quebec : UNESCO Institute for Statistics, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 12 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Policy framework; Social inclusion; Gender equity; Measurement techniques; Research methodology; Data collection; Inequity; Educational disadvantage; Socioeconomic status; Student participation; International comparisons; Student learning; Student outcome; Educational standards; Educational strategies; Equality; Schools; Higher education; Human rights. Rich poor gap; Sustainable Development Goal related to education (SDG 4); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). [ID NO.:180275]


379.73 COL
MISEDUCATING FOR THE GLOBAL ECONOMY. Coles, Gerald. New York : Monthly Review Press, 2018. 256 p.
(Notes; index).
KEYWORDS: Corporate power; Globalisation; Curriculum; Economic inequality; Capitalism. Flat world. [ID NO.:180295]


E2402
(RE)CLAIMING SOCIAL CAPITAL : IMPROVING LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL PATHWAYS FOR STUDENTS FROM REFUGEE BACKGROUNDS INTO AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION : FINAL REPORT. Fagan, Seamus (et. al.).
Sydney, NSW : Department of Education and Training, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 12 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Access; Participation; Refugees; Students; Pathways; Audit; Research methodology; Student experiences; Student background; Student support; Teachers; Schools; Transitions; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Universities; Best practice; Social capital; Employment. Students from refugee backgrounds (SfRBs); Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds. [ID NO.:180272]


EDUCATION - K-12


E2434
ACADEMIC UNDERPERFORMANCE IN ACT SCHOOLS: AN ANALYSIS OF ACT SCHOOL PERFORMANCE IN NAPLAN OVER THE PERIOD 2012 TO 2016. Macintosh, Andrew; Wilkinson, Debra. Canberra : The Australian National University, 21 August 2018. 25 p.; tables.
Working Paper.
(Footnotes).
Link; accessed 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: NAPLAN results; Academic performance; Literacy and numeracy tests; Students; Schools. Australian Curriculum and Reporting Authority (ACARA). [ID NO.:180359]


E2420
ACHIEVEMENT GAINS FROM ATTENDANCE AT SELECTIVE HIGH SCHOOLS. Houng, Brendan; Ryan, Chris. [Melbourne] : Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, The University of Melbourne., June 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Melbourne Institute Working Paper No. 8/18. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Schools; Socioeconomic status; Student background; Academic ability; Student motivation; Non-English speaking background; Immigrants; Parent education; Student performance; Test scores; University entrance; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons. Selective schools; Socioeconomic advantage; Student aspiration; Australian Tertiary Admission Ranks (ATAR). [ID NO.:180290]


JOUR
ALP PROMISES TO ESTABLISH AN EVIDENCE INSTITUTE AND RESTORE FUNDING.
APC Review XLVII (2) May 2018 pp. 6-7
KEYWORDS: Education research; Early childhood; School funding; Pedagogy. National Catholic Education Commission. [ID NO.:180309]


JOUR
THE ANTI-WESTERN HISTORY CURRICULUM. Zimmermann, Augusto.
Quadrant June 2018 pp. 40-50 (A footnoted version appears at Quadrant Online).
KEYWORDS: History; Curriculum; Christian heritage; Multiculturalism; Human rights; Womens rights; Islam
[ID NO.:180326]


379.94 TAY
CLASS WARS : MONEY, SCHOOLS AND POWER IN MODERN AUSTRALIA. Taylor, Tony.
Clayton, Victoria : Monash University Publishing, 2018. [XXVI]; 318 p.
Monash studies in Australian society. (Bibliography; index).
KEYWORDS: Education; Educational policy; School funding; Equality; Political party policy; History. Gonski. [ID NO.:180294]


E2407
THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING'S FINAL REPORT TO THE INDEPENDENT BROAD-BASED ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION IN RESPONSE TO OPERATION DUNHAM. Department of Education and Training.
[n.p.] : Department of Education and Training, March 2018. Electronic document.
Link; accessed on 13 July 2018
KEYWORDS: State departments of education; Employees; Audit; Inquiry; Governance; Accountability; Law; State government; Victoria; Evidence. Operation Dunham; Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC). [ID NO.:180277]


E2404
GRANTS TO NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. New South Wales Auditor-General. Sydney, NSW : Audit Office of New South Wales, May 2018. Electronic document ;34 p. ; graphs.
Performance audit.
Link; accessed on 12 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Nongovernment schools; Government funding; Audit; Data; Accountability; Governance; Regulations; Independent schools; Catholic schools; Student enrolment; Disadvantaged students; Disabilities; New South Wales. Performance audit. [ID NO.:180274]


E2419
INSTITUTIONALISED SEPARATION : THE IMPACT OF SELECTIVE SCHOOLS: DISCUSSION PAPER. Ho, Christina; Bonnor, Chris.
[n.p.] : Centre for Policy Development (CPD), July 2018. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
In a class of their own. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 23 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inequality; School choice; Socioeconomic status; Student achievement; Academic ability; Research methodology; Data collection; Student experience; Mental health; Competition; New South Wales. Selective schools; Socioeconomic advantage; Segregation; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA); My School; Low SES; High SES; 'Brain drain'. [ID NO.:180289]


JOUR
IT'S TIME FOR A NEW NAPLAN. Perelman, Les.
ACT Educator (2) 2018 pp. 28-32
KEYWORDS: National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Education policy; Standardised testing; Student assessment; Pedagogy. [ID NO.:180306]


E2422
MISSED OPPORTUNITIES : THE HIGH COST OF NOT EDUCATING GIRLS. Wodon, Quentin; Montenegro, Claudio; Nguyen, Hoa; Onagoruwa, Adenike.
Washington : The World Bank, July 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
The high cost of not educating girls notes series. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Access; Participation; Girls; Inequality; Educational attainment; Boys; Gender; School completion; Parent role; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons; Student outcome; Health; Standard of living; Investment; Human capital; Economic conditions. Low educational attainment. [ID NO.:180292]


E2418
NATIONAL SCHOOL RESOURCING BOARD : REVIEW OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS SCORE METHODOLOGY : FINAL REPORT. National School Resourcing Board (NSRB).
Canberra, ACT : Department of Education and Training, June 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Michael Chaney, Chair; Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Socioeconomic status; Resources; Measurement techniques; Independent schools; Government policy; Government funding; Research methodology; Data collection. Capacity to contribute; SES score; Needs-based funding; Socio-educational advantage (SEA); Schooling resource standard (SRS). [ID NO.:180288]


E2435
PROBLEMS IN THE DESIGN AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE 2018 NAPLAN. Perelman, Les; Haney, Walter.
Executive summary.
Sydney : NSW Teachers Federation, 20 August 2018. 11 p. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: Curriculum evaluation; NAPLAN 2018; ACARA; Student performance; Computer Adaptive Test (CAT); Socio-economic disadvantage. [ID NO.:180360]


JOUR
PUBLIC EDUCATION : KEEPING DEMOCRACY ALIVE. Caro, Jane.
ACT Educator (2) 2018 pp. 18-21
KEYWORDS: Public education; Education in a democracy; Teachers; Government schools. New Educators Conference 2018. [ID NO.:180303]


JOUR
SCHOOLS : THE BABY AND THE BATHWATER. Twigg, Ross.
Quadrant June 2018 pp 52-53
KEYWORDS: School principals; Leadership; Teachers. [ID NO.:180327]


JOUR
STAND UP. SPEAK OUT. CREATE CHANGE..
Australian Educator (98) Winter 2018 pp. 8-11
KEYWORDS: Public schools; Federal school funding; School programs; Inequity; Government policy. Fair Funding Now! campaign. [ID NO.:180300]


JOUR
TIME TO STEP UP THE PACE : REGIONAL, RURAL AND REMOTE EDUCATION.
APC Review XLVII (2) May 2018 pp. 12-13
KEYWORDS: Regional, rural and remote education; Curriculum; School leadership. [ID NO.:180310]


JOUR
WHAT ARE THE EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SCHOOLS? : INSIGHTS FROM NEW SOUTH WALES' SECONDARY SCHOOLS USING A STOCHASTIC FRONTIER ANALYSIS WITH A PANEL DATASET. Dancer, Diane; Blackburn, Vincent.
Australian Journal of Education, 61 (2) August 2017, pp 141-163 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Secondary education; Year 12 results; Public education; ATAR scores; Government schools. [ID NO.:180341]


E2431
WHAT THE GONSKI 2 REVIEW GOT WRONG. Buckingham, Jennifer; Joseph, Blaise.
Sydney, NSW: The Centre for Independent Studies, 17 June 2018. (i-iv), 16 p.
Policy papers; PP6. (Endnotes).
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; School funding; Education reform. Gonski 2. [ID NO.:180356]


JOUR
WHY IS THE FUNDING OF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS SO CONTROVERSIAL?. Savage, Glen C.
APC Review XLVII (2) May 2018 pp. 4-5
KEYWORDS: Catholic schools; Funding; Non-government schools; Education policy. Gonski 2. [ID NO.:180308]


E2403
WHY WE NEED NAPLAN. Joseph, Blaise. Sydney, NSW : The Centre of Independent Studies (CIS), May 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Research Report 36. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 12 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Standardised assessment; Student experiences; Research methodology; Student learning; Student needs; Student outcome; Teachers; Education policy; Accountability; Teacher unions; Government role. Transparency; My School; National Assessment Plan â€" Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:180273]


E2413
WORLD CLASS : HOW TO BUILD A 21ST-CENTURY SCHOOL SYSTEM. Schleicher, Andreas. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Strong Performers and Successful Reformers in Education.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Quality; Education funding; Equity; Policy framework; Education standards; Resources; Government policy; Teaching profession; Accountability; Teaching experience; Teacher quality; Student learning; Educational disadvantage; Student outcome; Public opinion; Mass media; International comparisons; OECD countries. Gender gap; High-performing systems; School autonomy; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180283]


EMPLOYMENT


E2398
GLOBALIZATION AND LABOUR IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. Burgmann, Verity. London : Routledge, 2016. Electronic document; 273 p.
Routledge Advances in International Political Economy 27.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Labour movement; Globalisation; History; Capitalism; Employees; Working conditions; Activism; Working class; Human rights; Precarious employment; Employer attitudes; International relations; Trade unions; Poverty. Political economy; Worker mobilisation; Rich poor gap. [ID NO.:180268]


HIGHER EDUCATION


378.94 DAV
THE AUSTRALIAN IDEA OF A UNIVERSITY. Davis, Glyn
Melbourne : Melbourne University Publishing Ltd, 2017. 170 p.
(Notes; Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Diversity; Innovation in education
[ID NO.:180343]


E2401
CAN THE UNIVERSITIES OF TODAY LEAD LEARNING FOR TOMORROW? : THE UNIVERSITY OF THE FUTURE. Cawood, Richard (et. al.)
[n.p.] : Ernst & Young Global Limited (EY), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Link; accessed on 12 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Policy development; Technological change; University administration; Educational strategies; Education markets; Universities; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Undergraduate students; Skills; Employment; International students; Competition; Industry; International comparisons. Disruptor university; Virtual university. [ID NO.:180271]


JOUR
ENDANGERED SPECIES : ARE AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES ON A PATH TO EXTINCTION?. Goodman, Jack.
Campus Review 28 (4) April 2018 p. 13
KEYWORDS: Universities; Education policy; Faculty leadership; Commercialisation. [ID NO.:180312]


378.94 MAR
HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE COMMON GOOD. Marginson, Simon.
Carlton, Victoria : Melbourne University Publishing Limited, 2016. (v-xii) 300 p.
(Figures, tables; Contents; Index; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Britain; United States; Educational markets; Equality; Common good; Educational objectives. [ID NO.:180345]


E2427
HIGHER EDUCATION PARTICIPATION AND PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM: SEVEN YEARS ON.
Perth, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), November 2017. 44 p.
(List of acronyms).
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Research; Equity; Participation and Partnerships; Policy; Review. [ID NO.:180352]


E2406
THE LEGALITIES OF REVOKING UNIVERSITY DEGREES FOR MISCONDUCT : RECOMMENDATIONS FOR AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES. Levine, Pnina; Evans, Michelle.
UNSW Law Journal 41 (1) 2018 pp. 185-210 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 13 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University administration; Strategies; Law; University students; Plagiarism; Student support; Academics; Graduates; Degrees; Case studies; Courts; International comparisons. Misconduct; Revocation; ‘MyMaster’; La Trobe University. [ID NO.:180276]


E2416
THE NEW GEO-POLITICS OF HIGHER EDUCATION : GLOBAL COOPERATION, NATIONAL COMPETITION AND SOCIAL INEQUALITY IN THE WORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITY (WCU) SECTOR. Marginson, Simon. London : Centre for Global Higher Education, UCL Institute of Education, April 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Working paper no. 34. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 18 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Research; Science. World-Class University (WCU). [ID NO.:180286]


378.94 MAC
NO END OF A LESSON. Macintyre, Stuart; Brett, Andre; Croucher, Gwilym.
Carlton, Victoria : Melbourne University Publishing Limited, 2017. (vii-xii) 332 p.
(Notes; Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Universities; Higher education; Teaching; Education market. [ID NO.:180344]


E2424
REIMAGINING TERTIARY EDUCATION : FROM BINARY SYSTEM TO ECOSYSTEM. Parker, Stephen; Dempster, Andrew; Warburton, Mark.
[n.p.] : KPMG International, 2018., August 2018. 41 p. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Reform; Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF); Universities; Planning. [ID NO.:180349]


E2425
REIMAGINING TERTIARY EDUCATION : FROM BINARY SYSTEM TO ECOSYSTEM. Parker, Stephen; Dempster, Andrew; Warburton, Mark. Executive summary. [n.p.] : KPMG International, August 2018. 8 p.
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Reform; Australian Qualifications Framework (AQL); Universities; Planning. [ID NO.:180350]


E2399
RESULTS OF 2017 AUDITS : UNIVERSITIES. Victorian Auditor-General.
Melbourne, Vic. : Government Printer, May 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Victorian Auditor-General's report 2014-18 no. 20.
Link; accessed on 12 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Universities; Finances; Audit; Revenue; Accountability; Governance; Student fees; Victoria. Financial reporting; Financial sustainability. [ID NO.:180269]


E2430
UNIVERSITIES 2017 AUDITS. New South Wales Auditor-General.
Sydney : Audit Office of New South Wales, June 2018. 62 p. ; tables.
(Appendices 1-5).

Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Accountability; Funding; Universities. Public Finance and Audit Act 1983; Local Government Act 1993. [ID NO.:180355]


E2417
UNIVERSITY ATTRITION : WHAT HELPS AND WHAT HINDERS UNIVERSITY COMPLETION?. Cherastidtham, Ittima; Norton, Andrew; Mackey, Will.
[n.p.] : The Grattan Institute, April 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Background Paper No. 2018-08.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 180169 - Dropping out : the benefits and costs of trying university).
Link; accessed on 18 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University students; Academic achievement; Student characteristics; Student attrition; Student completion; Student attainment; Research methodology; Data collection; Student experiences; Academic ability; Dropouts; Student costs; Employment; University administration; Government role. [ID NO.:180287]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


JOUR
BEYOND DISCIPLINARY BOUNDARIES: LEVERAGING COMPLEMENTARY PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL LABOUR. Schulze-Cleven, Tobias (et al).
Journal of Industrial Relations, 59 (4) September 2017, pp. 510-537 (Bibliography; Notes).
KEYWORDS: Collective action; Cross-disciplinary scholarship; Industrial relations; Global labour. [ID NO.:180339]


JOUR
THE CHANGING WORLD OF WORK AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS : A MULTI-LEVEL INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE FUTURE. Lansbury, Russell D.
Labour and Industry 28 (1) March 2018 pp. 5-20 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Workplace regulations; Employment relations; Employee benefits; Globalisation; Labour market. [ID NO.:180318]


JOUR
COLLECTIVE ACTION AND GLOBALIZATION : BUILDING AND MOBILIZING LABOUR POWER. Schulze-Cleven, Tobias.
Journal of Industrial Relations, 59 (4) September 2017, pp 397-419 (Bibliography; Notes).
KEYWORDS: Labour power; Collective action; Global economy; Industrial relations; Research. [ID NO.:180338]


344.9401 MCC
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING UNDER THE FAIR WORK ACT. McCrystal, Shae (ed.); Creighton, Breen (ed.); Forsyth, Anthony (ed.).
Leichhardt, NSW : The Federation Press, 2018. (v-xxi); 326 p.
(Table of cases; Abbreviations; Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Fair Work Act 2009; Industrial relations -- Australia --Collective bargaining; Collective bargaining; Enterprise bargaining; Trade unions; Industrial action. [ID NO.:180346]


JOUR
CREATING VALUE AND MITIGATING HARM : ASSESSING INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES IN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Cutcher-Gershenfeld, Joel E.; Isaac, Joe.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 29 (2) June 2018 pp 143-168 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Public policy; Industrial disputes; Salaries; Enterprise bargaining. [ID NO.:180296]


E2433
DECADES OF DISILLUSION: REAPPRAISING THE ALP-ACTU ACCORD 1983-1996. Dow, Geoff; Lafferty, George.
Australian Journal of Politics and History, 53 (4) 2007, pp. 552-568 (Footnotes). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Australian Labor Party (ALP); Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)
Trade unions; Politics; Accord. Employment Relations Act 2000. [ID NO.:180358]


JOUR
DEVELOPMENTS IN COMPARATIVE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND : REFLECTIONS ON 'ACCORD' AND 'DISCORD'. Bray, Mark; Rasmussen, Erling.
Labour & Industry 28 (1) March 2018 pp 31-47 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment relations; Accord; Labour laws; Neoliberal model; Institutional arrangements; Precarious and insecure employment. [ID NO.:180319]


JOUR
IMPROVING SOCIAL DIALOGUE : WHAT EMPLOYERS EXPECT FROM EMPLOYEE REPRESENTATIVES. Pender, Erica Romero (et al).
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 29 (2) June 2018 pp. 169-189 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employee representatives; Management; Decentralisation of collective agreements; Industrial relations. [ID NO.:180297]


JOUR
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND EMPLOYMENT : THE IMPACT OF JOB TASKS AND WORKER SKILLS. Peng, Gang; Wang, Ying; Han, Guobong.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (2) April 2018 pp. 201-223 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employee skills; Worker displacement; Information technology and the workplace. [ID NO.:180315]


JOUR
AN INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION INSTRUMENT ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND MEN AT WORK : THE AUSTRALIAN INFLUENCE. Aeberhard-Hodges, Jane; McFerran, Ludo.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (2) April 2018 pp. 246-265 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Women; Sexual harassment; gender-based violence; International labour standards; Human rights; Collective bargaining. Domestic violence leave. [ID NO.:180314]


E2429
LABOUR RIGHTS IN THE GIG ECONOMY : AN EXPLAINER. Dosen, Igor; Graham, Michael.
[Melbourne] : Department of Parliamentary Services, Parliament of Victoria, 2018., June 2018. 24 p.
Research Notes -- Quick Guides, No 7, June 2018.
(Bibliography; Appendix; Footnotes).
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: Labour classification; Labour hire industry; Insecure work; Future of work; Fair Work Act 2009; Employment economic models; Independent contractors; Labour rights. Gig economy. [ID NO.:180354]


JOUR
THE LIVING WAGE CRISIS IN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Thornthwaite, Louise.
Labour and Industry 27 (4) December 2017, pp 257-269 (References).

KEYWORDS: Minimum wage standards; 'Living wage'; Awards; Underpayment; Fair Work Ombudsman; Industrial law. [ID NO.:180336]


JOUR
PATCHY PROGRESS? TWO DECADES OF RESEARCH ON PRECARIOUSNESS AND PRECARIOUS WORK IN AUSTRALIA. Campbell, Iain; Burgess, John.
Labour and Industry 28 (1) March 2018 pp. 48-67 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Precarious work; Employment conditions; Casual work; Earnings insecurity. [ID NO.:180320]


JOUR
PROTECTED INDUSTRIAL ACTION BALLOTS : AN EMPIRICAL VIEW. Creighton, Breen; Denvir, Catrina; Johnstone, Richard; McCrystal, Shae.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (1) February 2018, pp. 53-76 (Notes; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Workplace relations; Industrial action; Collective bargaining; Ballots; Voting methods. [ID NO.:180333]


JOUR
REGULATORY AVOIDANCE IN THE TEMPORARY WORK AGENCY INDUSTRY : EVIDENCE FROM AUSTRALIA. Knox, Angela.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 29 (2) June 2018 pp. 190-206 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Temporary work; Fair Work Act; Casuals; Regulatory avoidance; Trade unions. [ID NO.:180298]


JOUR
RESISTING LABOUR MARKET INSECURITY : OLD AND NEW ACTORS, RIVAL OR ALLIES? Hyman, Richard; Gumbrell-McCormick, Rebecca.
Journal of Industrial Relations, 59 (4) September 2017, pp 538-561 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Neoliberal globalisation; Labour market insecurity; Trade unions; Protest; Industrial action. [ID NO.:180340]


JOUR
REVISITING THE EARNED INCOME GAP FOR INDIGENOUS AND NON-INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIAN WORKERS : EVIDENCE FROM A SELECTION BIAS CORRECTED MODEL. Birch, Elisa; Marshall, David.
The Journal of Industrial Relations, 60 (1), February 2018, pp. 3-29. (Statistical tables; Notes; Bibliography; Appendix).
KEYWORDS: Wages discrimination; Earned income gap; Employment participation. [ID NO.:180332]


JOUR
TAKING THE PULSE AT WORK : AN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS SCORECARD FOR AUSTRALIA. Wilkinson, Adrian; Barry, Michael; Gomez, Rafael; Kaufman, Bruce. April 2018.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (2) 2018, pp 145-175 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Human resource management; Working conditions; Workplace employment relations survey. [ID NO.:180313]


JOUR
TRANSFORMING WORKPLACE RELATIONS IN NEW ZEALAND : A RETROSPECTIVE. Barry, Michael.
Labour and Industry 28 (1) March 2018 pp 82-92 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Workplace relations; Employment relationships; Employment contracts; Deregulation of the labour market; New Zealand. [ID NO.:180322]


E2397
WORKER VOICE : EMPLOYEE REPRESENTATION IN THE WORKPLACE IN AUSTRALIA, CANADA, GERMANY, THE UK AND THE US 1914-1939. Patmore, Greg.
Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2016. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Studies in labour history.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Workplace conditions; International comparisons; History; Research; Trade unions; Industrial relations; Union membership; Collective bargaining; Employer attitudes; Government role; Political parties; Industrial democracy; Australia; Canada; Germany; United Kingdom; United States of America. Employee representation plans (ERPs); Employee voice; Non-union. [ID NO.:180267]


658.3 BEA
WORKPLACE INVESTIGATIONS. Beard, Grevis; Bryant-Smith, Rose; Klug, Lisa.
2nd. ed.. Macquarie Park, NSW : CCH Australia Limited, 2018. xix, 353 p. ; ill., tables. (Index).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Law; Workplace environment; Conflict; Bullying; Discrimination; Employers; Employees; Interviews; Evidence. Workplace investigations. [ID NO.:180262]


LABOUR LAW


JOUR
THE ELEMENTAL CHEMISTRY OF IR LAW - "ACCESS TO JUSTICE" : FWC VICE PRESIDENT, JOE CATANZARITI. Ryan, Craig.
Workplace Review 8 (3) Autumn 2018, 147-150 pp.
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Unrepresented litigants; Leadership in the law; Employment law; Workplace bullying; Justice. Fair Work Commission (FWC). [ID NO.:180325]


JOUR
THE FAIR WORK COMMISSION AND SELF-REPRESENTED PARTIES. Hamilton, Reg, Hon.
Workplace Review 8 (3) Autumn 2018 pp. 118-123 (References).
KEYWORDS: Federal industrial tribunal; Fair Work Commission; Self-represented parties; Unfair dismissal; Legal ethics. [ID NO.:180323]


344.9401 HOR
LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW MANUAL. Hor, Joydeep.
2nd. ed.. Macquarie Park, NSW : CCH Australia Limited, 2017. xiii, 247 p. ; ill.
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Labour law; Employment relations; Legislation; Human resources; Recruitment; Termination of employment; Codes of conduct; Sexual harassment. Employment entitlements; Workplace bullying; Performance management. [ID NO.:180261]


JOUR
SOCIAL MEDIA AND DISMISSAL : TOWARDS A REASONABLE EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY?. Thornthwaite, Louise.
Journal of Industrial Relations 60 (1) February 2018, pp 119-136 (Notes; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Labour law; Dismissal; Social media; Privacy; Employment relationship. [ID NO.:180334]


LAW


340.115
LAW IN PERSPECTIVE: ETHICS, CRITICAL THINKING AND RESEARCH. Head, Michael; Mann, Scott; Matthews, Ingrid.
3rd edition. Sydney : NewSouth Publishing, 2015. 504 p.
(Contents; Index; Notes to pages).
KEYWORDS: Refugees -- legal status; Law; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Race relations; Law enforcement; Ethics; Sociological jurisprudence. [ID NO.:180361]


LITERACY


302.2244 EWI
EXPLODING SOME OF THE MYTHS ABOUT LEARNING TO READ : A REVIEW OF THE RESEARCH ON THE ROLE OF PHONICS. Ewing, Robyn.
Surry Hills : NSW Teachers Federation, 2018. 46 p.
(References; Appendix 1-3).
KEYWORDS: Literacy; Learning theories; Reading; Phonics. [ID NO.:180330]


TAFE


Document 2980
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NSW TAFE FEES. Kronemann, Michaela.
Surry Hills : NSW Teachers Federation, 2008., March 2008. 32 p.; tables.
(Bibliography; Appendix).
KEYWORDS: TAFE; TAFE fees; Vocational education; Higher education fees. [ID NO.:180329]


E2426
THE IMPORTANCE OF TAFE TO VICTORIA'S PROSPERITY : FINAL REPORT JUNE 2018.
[n.p.] : KPMG International, 2018, June 2018. 72p.
(Appendices 1-6).
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: TAFE; Higher education; Workforce; Vocational education; Training; Economic aspects. [ID NO.:180351]


E2428
STRENGTHS AND BENEFITS OF THE VICTORIAN TAFE MODEL. Schubert, Ruth; Goedegebuure, Leo. [n.p.] : L H Martin Institute, Victorian TAFE Association, VDC, January 2017.
(References; Appendices 1-2).
Link; accessed on 10 September 2018
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; TAFE; Funding. [ID NO.:180353]


JOUR
TURNING THE TIDE.
Australian Educator (98) Winter 2018 p 21
KEYWORDS: Training; Vocational education; TAFE; Government funding. Stop TAFE cuts campaign. [ID NO.:180302]


TEACHERS


379.94 VAN
EDUCATION POLICY AND THE AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION : RESISTING SOCIAL NEOLIBERALISM AND AUDIT TECHNOLOGIES. Vandenberg, Andrew.
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. xi, 203 p. ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government policy; Neoliberalism; Political attitudes; Ideology; Social democracy; Educational research; Australian Education Union (AEU); Teacher unions; Activism; Teaching profession; Private schools; Public funding; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Trade unions; Industrial relations; International comparisons; United States of America. My School; Gillard government; 'Professional unionism'; Global Educational Reform Movement (GERM); Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); Howard government; News Corp. [ID NO.:180264]


E2410
EFFECTIVE TEACHER POLICIES : INSIGHTS FROM PISA.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
PISA. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Teachers; Survey; Quality; Teaching experience; Teacher qualifications; Teacher shortage; Teacher education; Teacher placement; Disadvantaged schools; Resources; Socioeconomic status; Student learning; Educational disadvantage; Student performance; Student outcome; International comparisons; OECD countries. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); High-performing systems; School autonomy; Teacher policies; Advantaged schools. [ID NO.:180280]


E2409
IN WHICH COUNTRIES DO THE MOST HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED TEACHERS TEACH IN THE MOST DIFFICULT SCHOOLS?. Avvisati, Francesco.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
PISA In Focus No. 85. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Disadvantaged schools; Socioeconomic status; Resources; Class size; Autonomy; Student teacher ratio; Student performance; Government funding; Inequity; Teachers; Quality; Teaching experience; Teacher qualifications; International comparisons; OECD countries. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); High SES. [ID NO.:180279]


JOUR
SEASONS OF UNCERTAINTY.
Australian Educator (98) Winter 2018 pp 14-17
KEYWORDS: Fixed term employment; Enterprise agreement; Teachers; Precarious employment. Secure our Jobs campaign. [ID NO.:180305]


371.102 STR
TEACHER : ONE WOMAN'S STRUGGLE TO KEEP HER HEART IN TEACHING. Stroud, Gabbie. Sydney, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 2018. xii, 339 p.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Inequity; Teacher perception; School environment; Teachers; Pedagogy; Teacher experiences; Teaching profession; Autonomy; Leadership; Standardised testing; Education policy; Government attitudes. Memoir; National Assessment Programâ€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). [ID NO.:180259]


E2414
TEACHERS AS DESIGNERS OF LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS : THE IMPORTANCE OF INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGIES. Paniagua, Alejandro; Istance, David.
Paris : Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Educational Research and Innovation. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Educational innovation; Pedagogy; Skill development; Teachers; Professional learning; Schools; Curriculum; Student learning; Student outcome; International comparisons; OECD countries. Conceptual framework; Pedagogical knowledge. [ID NO.:180284]


E2415
WHAT DIFFERENCE DO STANDARDS MAKE TO EDUCATING TEACHERS? : A REVIEW WITH CASE STUDIES ON AUSTRALIA, ESTONIA AND SINGAPORE. Revai, Nora.
Paris : OECD Publishing, June 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
OECD Education Working Papers No. 174. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 18 July 2018
KEYWORDS: Teacher education; Professional standards; Curriculum; Sciences education; Research methodology; Case studies; Pedagogy; Educational outcome; Teaching profession; Professional development; Education policy; Educational research; Australia; Estonia; Singapore; International comparisons; OECD countries. Educational sciences; Teacher policies; Initial teacher education (ITE). [ID NO.:180285]


E2408
WHO WANTS TO BECOME A TEACHER AND WHY?. Avvisati, Francesco; Le Donne, Noemie.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Teaching In Focus No. 22. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Secondary school students; Survey; Career choice; Student motivation; Academic ability; Teaching profession; Student characteristics; Student background; Student outcome; Teacher salaries; International comparisons; OECD countries. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); High-performing; Teacher attraction and retention. [ID NO.:180278]


TRADE UNIONS


JOUR
CHANGING THE RULES.
Australian Educator (98) Winter 2018 pp. 18-19
KEYWORDS: Casualisation; Insecure work; Workers rights; Trade unions. Change the Rules campaign. [ID NO.:180301]


JOUR
HOW DO WE BUILD POWER IN COALITION? RETHINKING UNION-COMMUNITY COALITION TYPES 12 YEARS ON. Tattersall, Amanda.
Labour and Industry 28 (1) March 2018 pp 68-81 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Sydney Alliance; Coalitions; Community organising; Urban renewal. [ID NO.:180321]


331.88113711 BRA
SECRETS OF A SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZER. Bradbury, Alexandra; Brenner, Mark; Slaughter, Jane. Brooklyn,
New York : Labor Notes, May, 2017. [14] 265 p. ill. (Notes to pages; Index).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Activism; Union organising; Union members; Leadership; Union campaigns; Recruitment. [ID NO.:180293]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


JOUR
FAILING THE DISADVANTAGED.
Campus Review 28 (3) March 2018 pp 22-23 (Katie Acheson interviewed by Loren Smith).
KEYWORDS: Vocational education and training; TAFE; VET scholarships; Access to education; Disadvantaged youth. [ID NO.:180311]


E2400
RESULTS OF 2017 AUDITS : TECHNICAL AND FURTHER EDUCATION INSTITUTES. Victorian Auditor-General.
Melbourne, Vic. : Government Printer, May 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Victorian Auditor-General's report 2014-18 no. 19.
Link; accessed on 12 July 2018
KEYWORDS: TAFE; Performance; Finances; Audit; Vocational education; Training; Student fees; Government policy; Legislation; Government funding; Private sector; Competition; Victoria. Performance reporting; Private providers; Fraud; Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC). [ID NO.:180270]


WOMEN


JOUR
From 'a woman's place is in her union' to 'strong unions need women' : changing gender discourses, policies and realities in the union movement.
Labour and Industry 27 (4) December 2017, pp 270-283 (References).
KEYWORDS: Gender; Trade unions; Democracy; Women's representation; Women's activism. [ID NO.:180337]


AEU 2017
AEU FEDERAL WOMEN'S CONFERENCE 2017 : SHE PERSISTED - STAND UP, SPEAK OUT, MAKE CHANGE. [South Melbourne, Vic.] : Australia Education Union (AEU), October 2017. var. pag. ; ill.
KEYWORDS: Women; Teacher unions; Working hours; Human rights; Gender; Voting; Professionalism; Workload; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:180304]


E2423
BETWEEN FEMINISM AND UNIONISM : WORKING CLASS WOMEN, SEX EQUALITY, AND LABOR SPEECH. Crain, Marion.
Georgetown Law Journal, (82) 1994, pp. 1903-2001 (Footnotes). Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Feminism; Trade unions; Gender equality; Working class women; Labour law. [ID NO.:180348]


JOUR
THE UNFINISHED REVOLUTION. Manne, Anne.
The Monthly May 2018 pp 18-25
KEYWORDS: Gross domestic product; Feminism; Human rights; Unpaid female labour; Pay equity. [ID NO.:180317]


330.122 MAR
WHO COOKED ADAM SMITH'S DINNER?. Marcal, Katrine; Vogel, Saskia (tr). Melbourne : Scribe, 2015.
230 p (Translated from the Swedish by Saskia Vogel; Notes; Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Capitalism; Feminism; Economics; Women; Global economy. [ID NO.:180331]


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