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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
EDUCATION – K12
EMPLOYMENT
GOVERNMENT
HIGHER EUDCATION
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
TEACHER UNIONS
TEACHERS
TRADE UNIONS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
WOMEN


ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES

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CLOSING GAPS IN INDIGENOUS UNDERGRADUATE HIGHER EDUCATION OUTCOMES : REPOSITIONING THE ROLE OF STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES TO IMPROVE RETENTION AND COMPLETION RATES. Nakata, Martin; Nakata, Vicky; Day, Andrew; Peachey, Michael.
Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 48 (1) August 2019 pp. 1-11

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Access; Participation; Student enrolment; Aboriginal students; Student support; Retention; Student completion; Student outcome; Education systems; Student experience; University environment; Research; Data collection; Academic staff; Professional development Student success; Access gap; Indigenous Education Units (IEU); Indigenous staff; Closing the Gap; Non-Indigenous staff; Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ITAS); Nura Gili, University of New South Wales.

ID NO.: 210088



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DA SYMBOL DAT UNDER DA STUFFS : TEACHING THE LANGUAGE OF MATHS TO ABORIGINAL LEARNERS OF STANDARD AUSTRALIAN ENGLISH AS A SECOND DIALECT. Watts, Janet; Gardner, Rod; Mushin, Ilana.
Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 48 (1) August 2019 pp. 66-78

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Mathematics education; Aboriginal students; Educational disadvantage; Aboriginal languages; English language; Student learning; English as a second language (ESL); Educational research; Data collection; Teachers; Pedagogy; Teaching instruction Maths language.

ID NO.: 210089



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ENGAGED BUT AMBIVALENT : A STUDY OF YOUNG INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS AND DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP. Walsh, Lucas; Zyngier, David; Fernandes, Venesser; Zhang, Hongzhi.
Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 48 (2) December 2019 pp. 193-205

KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Youth; Survey; Data collection; Attitudes; Citizenship; Democracy; Cultural identity; Voting; Empowerment; Resilience; School completion; Stereotypes; Educational attainment; Social mobility; Politics; Education systems; Policy development; Educators; Teacher student relationship Educational activities; Disengagement; Disempowerment.

ID NO.: 210103



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MIND THE GAP: UNDERSTANDING THE INDIGENOUS EDUCATION GAP AND HOW TO CLOSE IT. Fahey, Glenn.
Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), June 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report 41.

https://www.cis.org.au/app/uploads/2021/06/rr41.pdf  accessed on 24 June 2021

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal students; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Student attendance; Family environment; Social conditions; Poverty; Disadvantaged schools; Teaching methods; Teaching conditions; Teacher quality; Remote schools; Indigenous population National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Close the Gap; Social determinants; First Peoples.

ID NO.: 210211



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UNDERSTANDING THE COMPLEX WORK OF ABORIGINAL EDUCATION WORKERS IN SCHOOLS. Price, Anne; Jackson-Barrett, Elizabeth; Gower, Graeme; Herrington, Jan.
Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 48 (1) August 2019 pp. 93-105

KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Educators; Teacher education; Aboriginal teachers; Working conditions; School environment; Aboriginal education; Research methodology; Literature review; History; Teaching skills; Teacher support; Principals; Commonwealth government; Aboriginal policy Aboriginal Education Workers (AEWs); Aboriginal and Islander Education Officers (AIEOs); Aboriginal Teaching Assistants (ATAs); Cultural interface; Aboriginal Cultural Standards Framework.

ID NO.: 210090


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

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FINNISH EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE LEADERS' PERCEPTIONS OF PEDAGOGICAL LEADERSHIP AND ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL CORE CURRICULUM IN TIMES OF CHANGE. Ahtiainen, Raisa; Fonsen, Elina; Kiuru, Laura.
Australian Journal of Early Childhood 46 (2) April 2021 pp.126-138

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Curriculum; Educational change; Pedagogy; Leadership; Survey; Finland; Legislation; Policy development; Teacher qualifications; Human capital; Teachers; Teaching practice Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Pedagogical leadership; Private service providers.

ID NO.: 210070


EDUCATION – K12

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ADAPTING CURRICULUM TO BRIDGE EQUITY GAPS : TOWARDS AN INCLUSIVE CURRICULUM. OECD.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum development; Equity; Equality; Inclusion; Educational research; Curriculum design; Socioeconomic status; Student learning; Resources; Information technology; Access; Student support; Wellbeing; Teachers; Teaching instruction; Mathematics education; Education funding; Educational research; International comparisons; OECD countries Equity gaps; Competency-based curriculum; Flexible curriculum; Digital curriculum; Student voice; Home schooling; Information and communication technology (ICT); COVID-19; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)

ID NO.: 210074



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ARE 15-YEAR-OLDS PREPARED TO DEAL WITH FAKE NEWS AND MISINFORMATION? Suarez-Alvarez, Javier.
Paris : OECD Publishing, May 2021. Electronic document ; graphs.
PISA in Focus 113.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Mass media; Bias; Technological change; Internet; Access; Secondary school students; Perception; Student learning; Literacy; Knowledge level; Skills; Student assessment; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Data collection; International comparisons; OECD countries Socioeconomic advantage; Digital skills; Digital technology; Fake news; Misinformation; Phishing emails; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)

ID NO.: 210073



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THE DISADVANTAGE BURDEN OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS THREE TIMES THAT OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS. Cobbold, Trevor.
[n.p.] : Save Our Schools (SOS), June 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Education Research Paper.

https://saveourschools.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/The-Disadvantage-Burden-of-Public-Schools-is-Three-Times-That-of-Private-Schools.pdf ; accessed on 16 June 2021

KEYWORDS: Public schools; Student enrolment; Disadvantaged students; Resources; Student support; Socioeconomic status; Equity; Statistical analysis; School funds; Disabilities; Remote schools; Aboriginal students; Inequity; Commonwealth government; Education funding; Private schools Low SES.

ID NO.: 210101



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GROWING UP DIGITAL AUSTRALIA : PHASE 2 TECHNICAL REPORT. Graham, Amy; Sahlberg, Pasi.
Sydney, NSW : Gonski Institute for Education, University of New South Wales, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.

https://www.gie.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/documents/GONS5000%20Growing%20Up%20Digital%20Report_FINAL.pdf ; accessed on 11 June 2021

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Information technology; Research methodology; Data collection; Parent perception; Child development; Parent role; Socioeconomic background; Low income; Student support; Student behaviour; Teacher perception; Technological change; Student learning; Mental health Digital divide; Digital education; Cyber bullying; Digital technology; Social media; COVID-19.

ID NO.: 210083



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IN TEACHERS WE TRUST : THE FINNISH WAY TO WORLD-CLASS SCHOOLS. Sahlberg, Pasi; Walker, Timothy D.
New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 2021. xx, 188 p. ; ill., tables.

KEYWORDS: Finland; United States of America; Educational change; Education systems; Policy development; Benchmarks; Standardised tests; Accountability; Equity; Student assessment; Student achievement; Educational attainment; Teaching profession; Teacher education; Professional development; OECD countries; International comparisons Program for International Student Assessment (PISA); Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS); Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS); COVID-19.

ID NO.: 210065



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INVESTING IN SCHOOLS : FUNDING THE FUTURE : 2009-18. Rorris, Adam.
[n.p. : n.p.], April 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.

https://www.aeufederal.org.au/application/files/5716/2278/1619/AEU197_Investing_in_Schools_Report_v5_REV.pdf ; accessed on 21 June 2021

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public schools; Private schools; Nongovernment schools; Investment; Equity; School buildings; Public funding; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Policy framework; International comparisons; Government policy; Commonwealth government; State government; Student enrolment; Socioeconomic background; Student learning; School environment; Student achievement; Learning outcomes; Policy development; Economic benefits School facilities; Ratio of Inequity (ROI); Capital investment; Coalition Party; Building Education Revolution (BER)

ID NO.: 210076



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MONITORING THE IMPACT OF GOVERNMENT SCHOOL FUNDING : FOLLOW-UP : DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, SKILLS AND EMPLOYMENT. The Auditor-General.
Canberra, ACT : Australian National Audit Office (ANAO), May 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Auditor-General Report No. 37 2020–21.

https://www.anao.gov.au/sites/default/files/Auditor-General_Report_2020-21_37.pdf ; accessed on 14 May 2021

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Education funding; Commonwealth government; Audit; State government; Legislation; Accountability; Equity; Socioeconomic status; Educational disadvantage; Student enrolment; Student needs; Student attainment; Disabilities; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Educational outcomes; Measurement techniques; Evidence; Teachers Needs-based funding; Transparency; National School Reform Agreement (NSRA); Australian Education Act 2013.

ID NO.: 210067



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PUTTING STUDENTS FIRST : MOVING ON FROM NAPLAN TO A NEW EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT SYSTEM. Wilson, Rachel (et.al.)
Sydney, NSW : Gonski Institute for Education, University of New South Wales, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
The Gonski Institute Policy Paper No. 2-2021.

https://www.gie.unsw.edu.au/sites/default/files/documents/Putting%20Students%20First_final.pdf ; accessed on 11 June 2021

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student assessment; Curriculum; Educational standards; Review; Standardised assessment; Socioeconomic status; Equity; Student background; Disadvantaged students; Student performance; Educational outcomes; Tests; Parent role; Teaching profession; Teaching instruction; Case studies; Statistics; International comparisons; Policy development Gonski Institute; National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); School comparisons; National Assessment System (NAS)

ID NO.: 210082



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TIMSS 2019 AUSTRALIAN : VOLUME II : SCHOOL AND CLASSROOM CONTEXTS FOR LEARNING. Thomson, Sue (et al)
Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.

https://research.acer.edu.au/timss_2019/4/ ; accessed on 25 May 2021

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Mathematics education; Science education; Student assessment; Student performance; Student achievement; Benchmarks; Data collection; Disadvantaged schools; Socioeconomic status; Student characteristics; Student background; Student engagement; Student behaviour; Principals; Teacher qualifications; Professional development; Job satisfaction; Resources; Teacher instruction; Student teacher relationship; International comparisons; OECD countries Affluent schools; Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)

ID NO.: 210085


 EMPLOYMENT

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GENDER EQUALITY AND PAID PARENTAL LEAVE IN AUSTRALIA : A DECADE OF GIANT LEAPS OR BABY STEPS? Baird, Marian; Hamilton, Myra; Constantin, Andreea.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2021 pp. 1-22

KEYWORDS: Parental leave; Legislation; Review; Research methodology; Data collection; Policy framework; Access; Gender equality; Women; Family responsibilities; Fathers; Labour market; Employer employee relationship; Collective bargaining; Trade unions Paid Parental Leave Act 2010; Dad and partner pay; Workplace agreements; Non-union agreements; Australian Workplace Agreements Database (WAD)

ID NO.: 210068



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THE NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS : AN ASSESSMENT. Campbell, Iain; Charlesworth, Sara.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 36-51

KEYWORDS: Employment standards; Review; Industrial relations; Legislation; Awards; Employees; Working conditions; Annual leave; Working hours; Policy framework; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Trade unions; Employers Fair Work Act 2009; National Employment Standards (NES); Paid parental leave; Statutory minimum standards; Flexible work arrangements; Right to request; Coalition Party; WorkChoices.

ID NO.: 210093



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WORK-LIFE BALANCE AND GIG WORK : 'WHERE ARE WE NOW' AND 'WHERE TO NEXT' WITH THE WORK-LIFE BALANCE AGENDA? Warren, Tracey.
Journal of Industrial Relations April 2021 pp. 1-24

KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Change; Working conditions; Working hours; Gender equality; Class; Research; Policy framework; Technological change; Industrial relations; International comparisons; Employers; Trade unions; Organising; Union members; Labour rights; Policy development Work/life economy; Gig economy; Worker voice; Financial security; Flexible work arrangements.

ID NO.: 210106


GOVERNMENT

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BUDGET PAPERS 2021-22.
Parkes, ACT : The Treasury, May 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Budget Overview.
Budget Paper No. 1: Budget strategy and outlook 2021-22.
Budget Paper No. 2: Budget measures 2021-22.
Budget Paper No. 3: Federal financial relations 2021-22.
Budget Paper No. 4: Agency resourcing 2021-22.
Portfolio budget statements 2021-22 : Budget related paper no. 1.4 : Education, skills and employment portfolio.
Securing Australia's recovery : creating jobs and rebuilding our economy.
Women's budget statement 2021)

https://budget.gov.au/2021-22/content/documents.htm ; accessed on 12 May 2021

KEYWORDS: Federal government; Budgets; Economics; Finance; Government funding; Taxation; Education policy; Higher education; Employment; Social welfare; Skills; Health; Women; Job creation

ID NO.: 210066


HIGHER EDUCATION

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CULTURAL COMPETENCE AND THE HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR: AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVES, POLICIES AND PRACTICE. Frawley, Jack (ed); Russell, Gabrielle (ed); Sherwood, Juanita (ed)
Singapore : Springer, 2020. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Springer Nature eBook.

https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-5362-2

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Policy; Curriculum; Universities; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Racism; Cultural education; Indigenous education; Cultural identity; Pedagogy; Leadership Cultural competence; Cultural competency; Indigenous health.

ID NO.: 210107



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IS A UNIVERSITY DEGREE STILL A WORTHWHILE FINANCIAL INVESTMENT IN AUSTRALIA? Corliss, Michael Craig; Daly, Anne; Lewis, Phil.
Australian Journal of Education 64 (1) April 2020 pp. 73-90

KEYWORDS: Higher education; University education; Student completion; Investment; University students; Graduates; Skills; Economic benefits; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Gender; School completion; Educational attainment; HECS; Part-time employment; Labour market; Salaries; Industry; Economic conditions Labour market outcomes; Rates of return; Financial returns; Return on investment; Global Financial Crisis (GFC)
ID NO.: 210102


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


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AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN 2020 : COVID-19, CRISIS AND OPPORTUNITY. Clibborn, Stephen.
Journal of Industrial Relations 63 (3) June 2021 pp. 291-302

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Review; Inequality; Labour market; Casual employment; Economic conditions; Commonwealth government; Legislation; Reform; Casual employment; Workplace relations; Employer attitudes; Trade unions Fair Work Act 2009; Non-compliance; COVID-19; Wage theft; Gender pay gap; Wage growth; JobKeeper; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)

ID NO.: 210084



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THE AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM IN THE ERA OF COVID-19. O’Neil, Michele.
Journal of Industrial Relations 63 (3) June 2021 pp. 422-431

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Awards; Casual employment; Employees; Minimum wage; Employer attitudes; Trade unions; Organising; Policy development; Union movement; Economic conditions; Health; Government policy Workers' rights; Insecure work; Leave entitlements; Working from home; JobKeeper; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Commission (FWC); COVID-19; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)

ID NO.: 210087



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CONTESTED SPACES : UNIONS AND ACCESS TO EMPLOYER CONTROLLED SPACE FOR ORGANISING UNDER THE FAIR WORK ACT 2009 (CTH) Kimberley, Nic; McCrystal, Shae.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 139-155

KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Organising; Law; Industrial relations; Employer attitudes; Awards; Regulations; Union membership; Employer employee relationship; Workplace; Access; Union members; Employees; Working conditions; Legislation; Government policy; Workplace Relations Act 1996 Fair Work Act 2009; Right of entry; Employee agency; Work spaces; Coalition Party; WorkChoices.

ID NO.: 210099



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THE EMERGENCE OF COERCIVE FEDERAL AUSTRALIAN LAW, 1901-2020. Schofield-Georgeson, Eugene.
Journal of Industrial Relations April 2021 pp. 1-25

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour law; Industrial policy; Legislation; History; Research methodology; Data collection; Federal government; Political party policy; Neoliberalism; Regulations; Employment relationship; Courts; Industrial democracy; Trade unions; Governance; Union movement; Power; Union members; Strikes; Employer attitudes; Liberal Party; Australian Labor Party (ALP) Coercive law; Conciliation and Arbitration Act 1904; Union density; Non-union; Anti-strike provisions; WorkChoices; Fair Work Act 2009; Registered Organisations Commission (ROC); Coalition Party.

ID NO.: 210105



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THE FAIR WORK ACT AND THE DECLINE OF ENTERPRISE BARGAINING IN AUSTRALIA'S PRIVATE SECTOR. Pennington, Alison.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 68-86

KEYWORDS: Employment; Private sector; Enterprise bargaining; Review; Research methodology; Data collection; Regulations; Collective bargaining; Employees; Power; Labour market; Wages; Working conditions; Industry; Public sector; Industrial relations; Legislation; Political party policy; Employer attitudes; Courts; Trade unions; Union membership; Policy formation Fair Work Act 2009; Better off overall test (BOOT); Unions' capacity; Free-riding; Non-union enterprise agreements.

ID NO.: 210095



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THE FAIR WORK ACT AND WAGES. Stanford, Jim.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 18-35

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour market; Wages; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Collective bargaining; Minimum wage; Productivity; Inflation; Employees; Trade unions; Political party policy Fair Work Act 2009; Modern awards; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Wage Price Index (WPI); Wage growth.

ID NO.: 210092



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THE FAIR WORK ACT IN 2020 HINDSIGHT : THE CURRENT MULTIFACETED CRISIS AND THE PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE. Walpole, Kurt; Kimberley, Nic; McCrystal, Shae.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 1-17

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour law; Political party policy; Regulations; History; Academic research; Policy framework; Political attitudes; Workplace Relations Act 1996; Wages; Collective bargaining; Power; Enterprise agreements; Employees; Employment relations; Employer attitudes; Trade unions; Campaigns; Union movement; Union membership; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Liberal Party Coalition Party; Fair Work Act 2009; National Employment Standards (NES); Wage stagnation; WorkChoices; Modern awards; Union right of entry.

ID NO.: 210091



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MODERN AWARDS UNDER THE FAIR WORK ACT. Stewart, Andrew; Bray, Mark.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 52-67

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Awards; Regulations; Review; History; Political party policy; Legislation; Employers; Trade unions; Courts; Workplace Relations Act 1996; Liberal Party; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Australia Industrial Relations Commission (AIRC) Fair Work Act 2009; Modern awards; Better off overall test (BOOT); No disadvantage test (NDT); National Employment Standards (NES); Employer associations; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Howard government; WorkChoices; Coalition Party.

ID NO.: 210094



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PART 3-1, ADVERSE ACTION AND EQUALITY. Chapman, Anna.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 107-121

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Equality; Law; Review; Policy framework; Employees; Discrimination; Disabilities; Workplace environment; Sexual harassment; Employer employee relationship; Employer attitudes; Courts; Cases; Legislation Adverse action; Workplace rights; Employer liability; Part 3-1 - Fair Work Act 2009.

ID NO.: 210097



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TEN YEARS OF THE FAIR WORK ACT : (MORE) TESTING TIMES FOR AUSTRALIA'S UNIONS. Forsyth, Anthony.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 122-138

KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Industrial relations; Enterprise agreements; Union movement; Activism; Union membership; History; Analysis; Private sector; Public sector; Union members; Research methodology; Data collection; Legislation; Accord; Collective bargaining; Employer attitudes; Political attitudes; Legislation; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Liberal Party; Elections; Public opinion; International comparisons Change the Rules campaign; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); Union power; Union decline; Union density; Registered Organisations Commission (ROC); Coalition Party; Fair Work Act 2009.

ID NO.: 210098



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TRIVIAL TO TROUBLING : THE EVOLUTION OF ENFORCEMENT UNDER THE FAIR WORK ACT. Hardy, Tess.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 33 (1) July 2020 pp. 87-106

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Government agencies; Resources; Funding; Policy framework; Review; Regulations; Employment standards; Political party policy; Legislation; Workplace environment; Employers; Employees; Dispute resolution; Courts Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO); Fair Work Act 2009; Vulnerable workers; Underpayment of wages; Compliance; WorkChoices; Coalition Party; The Queensland wage theft inquiry.

ID NO.: 210096



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WAKE-UP CALL FOR A DYSFUNCTIONAL SYSTEM : EMPLOYER PERSPECTIVES ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN 2020. Barklamb, Scott.
Journal of Industrial Relations 63 (3) June 2021 pp. 411-421

KEYWORDS: Employment; Employer employee relationship; Employer attitudes; Casual employment; Minimum wage; Job security; Industrial relations; Policy development; Trade unions; Union movement; Enterprise bargaining; Job creation; Recession; Legislation; Government role; Political party policy Employer' perspectives; Wage theft; Fair Work Act 2009; COVID-19.

ID NO.: 210086


TEACHER UNIONS

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REFRAMING THE NARRATIVE : RENEWING POWER RESOURCES AND CAPABILITIES IN UNION CAMPAIGNS FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION. Gavin, Mihajla.
Journal of Industrial Relations April 2021 pp. 1-24

KEYWORDS: Teacher unions; Campaigns; New South Wales; Public education; Education funding; Research; Case study; Education policy; Social movement; Organising; Strategies; Trade unions; Public sector; Union membership; Neoliberalism; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Teaching profession; Working conditions; Industrial relations New South Wales Teachers' Federation (NSWTF); Power resources and capabilities.

ID NO.: 210104



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TEACHERS' UNIONS : ENGAGING TEACHERS AND IMPROVING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT IN STATES THAT PROHIBIT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING. Han, Eunice S.; Keefe, Jeffrey.
Educational Policy January 2020 pp. 1-33

KEYWORDS: Teacher unions; Collective bargaining; Perception; Union members; Union membership; Public schools; Teachers; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; Working conditions; Teacher salaries; Teacher student relationship; Student achievement; Socioeconomic status; Test scores; Educational research; United States of America Low SES; Student improvement; Union density; Positive
impact; Non-union.

ID NO.: 210069


TEACHERS


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POLICIES TO SUPPORT TEACHERS' CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING : A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK AND MAPPING OF OECD DATA. Boeskens, Luka; Nusche, Deborah; Yurita, Makito.
Paris : OECD Publishing, October 2020. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
OECD Education Working Papers No. 235.

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Professional development; Teachers; Pathways; Wellbeing; Teacher preparation; Teacher effectiveness; Teacher motivation; Job satisfaction; Quality assurance; Research; Policy framework; Education systems; Teacher student relationship; Student achievement; Government role Initial teacher education (ITE); Continuing professional learning (CPL); Teachers' professional learning (TPL); Information and communication technologies (ICT); Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)

ID NO.: 210071



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QUALITY INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION REVIEW : DISCUSSION PAPER. The Expert Panel.
[Canberra, ACT] : Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE), June 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Lisa Paul, Chair.

https://www.dese.gov.au/download/11603/quality-initial-teacher-education-review-2021-discussion-paper/22283/quality-initial-teacher-education-review-2021-discussion-paper/pdf ; accessed on 23 June 2021

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Curriculum; Teacher education; Review; Research; Data collection; School leavers; Student attainment; Career choice; University admission; Student teachers; Student completion; Graduates; Teaching profession; Teacher quality; Teacher supply and demand; Teacher shortage; Policy framework; International comparisons Initial teacher education (ITE); Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); High-performing students; Teacher attraction; Out-of-field teaching; Teach For Australian (TFA)

ID NO.: 210210



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STATE OF OUR SCHOOLS SURVEY RESULTS : SURVEY OF VICTORIAN PUBLIC SCHOOL STAFF, CONDUCTED FEB - MARCH 2021 : 10,831 RESPONDENTS. Australian Education Union (AEU)
[n.p.] : Australian Education Union (AEU), March 2021. Electronic document ; ill., tables.

KEYWORDS: Government schools; Principals; Teachers; Survey; Data collection; Perception; Employment; Working hours; Teacher workload; Stress; Retention; Resources; Online education; Student behaviour; Parent attitudes Casual relief teachers (CRT); Education support staff; Teacher vacancies.; Remote learning; State of Our Schools survey.

ID NO.: 210077


TRADE UNIONS

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UNIONS AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN AUSTRALIA IN 2020. Macneil, Johanna; Bray, Mark; Spiess, Leslee.
Journal of Industrial Relations 63 (3) June 2021 pp. 338-356

KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Collective bargaining; Industrial disputes; Enterprise agreements; Wages; Awards; Union membership; Union movement; Organising; Employees; Redundancy; Federal government; Political attitudes; Legislation; Employer attitudes; Industry; Mass media; Australian Labor Party (ALP); University staff Non-union collective agreements (NUCAs); Wage theft; Fair Work Act 2009; Better off overall test (BOOT); COVID-19; JobKeeper; Coalition Party; Ensuring Integrity Bill; Omnibus; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU)

ID NO.: 210100


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

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AN ANALYSIS OF 'MICRO-CREDENTIALS' IN VET. Palmer, Bryan.
Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Research Report.

https://apo.org.au/sites/default/files/resource-files/2021-06/apo-nid312609.pdf ; accessed on 23 June 2016

KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Courses; Accreditation; Student enrolment; Student participation; Student engagement; Skill development; Research methodology; Data collection; Fees; Government funding; State government; Regulations; Education markets; Commonwealth government; Qualifications; Industry; Employers Student Outcomes Survey (SOS); Micro-credentials; Subject bundles; Skills maintenance; Training packages; Private funding; Private providers; Registered training organisations (RTOs); COVID-19.

ID NO.: 210108



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VET STUDENT OUTCOMES 2020 : IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON DOMESTIC STUDENTS. White, Ian.
Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Supplementary Report.

https://www.ncver.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0042/9665844/VET_student_outcomes_2020_impact_of_covid-19_on_domestic_students_F.pdf ; accessed on 23 June 2016

KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Student completion; Qualifications; Employment; Industry; Data collection; Age; Gender; Labour force; Participation; Part-time employment; Economic conditions; Government policy Domestic students; Employment outcomes; Not in employment; Full-time employment; National Student Outcomes Survey (SOS); Job losses; JobKeeper; COVID-19.

ID NO.: 210109


WOMEN

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TRADE AND GENDER : A FRAMEWORK OF ANALYSIS. Korinek, Jane; Moise, Evdokia; Tange, Jakob.
Paris : OECD Publishing, March 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
OECD Trade Policy Paper No. 246.

KEYWORDS: Employment; Women; Educational attainment; Gender equality; International trade; Policy framework; Skills; Sex discrimination; Wages; Low income; OECD countries; International relations; Government role Economic empowerment; Gender gap; Unpaid work; Entrepreneurship; Trade agreements; Trade in services; Gender impact analysis.

ID NO.: 210072



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WOMEN @ WORK : A GLOBAL OUTLOOK. Parmelee, Michele; Codd, Emma.
[n.p.] : Deloitte, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.

https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/global/Documents/About-Deloitte/gx-women-at-work-global-outlook-report.pdf ; accessed on 18 June 2021

KEYWORDS: Women; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons; Employment; Change; Economic conditions; Gender equality; Inequity; Careers; Wellbeing; Job satisfaction; Workload; Family responsibilities Inclusive culture; Work/life balance; COVID-19; Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI+)

ID NO.: 210075


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