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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES
ACADEMICS
DISABILITIES
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
EDUCATION - GENERAL
EDUCATION – K12
EMPLOYMENT
GENDER
HIGHER EDUCATION
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
OH&S
TEACHERS
TRADE UNIONS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
WOMEN
YOUTH

 


ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY-LED PRESERVICE TEACHER EDUCATION : LEARNING FROM COUNTRY IN THE CITY. Thorpe, Katrina; Burgess, Cathie; Egan, Suzanne.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 46 (1) January 2021 pp. 55-73
KEYWORDS: Teacher education; Student teachers; Preservice teachers; Research methodology; Survey; Teacher perception; Aboriginal culture; Aboriginal communities; Aboriginal history; Aboriginal students; Teaching practice; Aboriginal education; Pedagogy; Racism; Learning outcomes Indigenous knowledge; Place-based learning; On Country; Learning from Country (LFC); Decolonisation; Non-Aboriginal.
ID NO.: 210195


ACADEMICS



EMPLOYING INDUSTRY EXPERTS AS CASUAL ACADEMICS : VALUE-ADDING OR UNDERVALUED? Clarke, Marilyn.
Labour & Industry 31 (2) September 2021 pp. 152-170
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Teaching experience; Casualisation; Industry; Research; Case study; Universities; Academic staff; University teaching; Motivation; Working conditions; Careers; Human capital; Social capital; Remuneration; Professional development; Tenure Industry experts; Academic workforce; Casual academics; Full-time academics.
ID NO.: 210190




THE PARADOXICAL MANAGEMENT OF CASUAL ACADEMICS : AN AUSTRALIAN CASE STUDY. Richardson, Julia; Suseno, Yuliani; Wardale, Dorothy.
Higher Education Research & Development 40 (2) 2021 pp. 370-385
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Management; Academics; Academic staff; Casualisation; Research; Interviews; Data collection; Case study; Casual employment; Professional development; Career development; Inequity; Recruitment; Remuneration; Job security; Job insecurity Career aspirations; Academic labour; Unit Coordinators (UCs)
ID NO.: 210186




SUPPORTING CASUAL TEACHING STAFF IN THE AUSTRALIAN NEOLIBERAL UNIVERSITY : A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH. Moore, Robyn; Rudling, Emily; Kunda, Maria; Robin, Sebastien.
Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching 4 (2) August 2021 pp. 1-13
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University environment; Neoliberalism; Academics; University teaching; Academic staff; Casual staff; Research; Data collection; Teaching experience; Job security; Workload; Teacher support; Professional development; Cultural diversity; Online education; University students; Student outcome Professional staff; Collaborative teaching; Insecure employment; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210175




‘THIS CAN’T BE THE NEW NORM’ : ACADEMICS’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE COVID-19 CRISIS FOR THE AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITY SECTOR. McGaughey, Fiona (et.al.)
Higher Education Research & Development September 2021 pp. 1-16
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Academics staff; Survey; Data collection; International comparisons; Perception; Autonomy; Working conditions; Stress; Wellbeing; Casualisation; Universities; Finances; Online education; International students; Neoliberalism; Government policy; Government funding Academic work; Self-determination theory (SDT); Work intensification; Work/life balance; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210204


DISABILITIES



LEGISLATION AND REGULATION IN AUSTRALIA : CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION SETTINGS. Murray, Samuel.
[n.p.] : Royal Commission Into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability, July 2021. Electronic document.
Research Report.
KEYWORDS: Disabilities; Education systems; Primary school education; Secondary school education; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Education policy; Education funding; Discrimination; Human rights; Equal opportunity; Special education; Student needs; Student support; Learning outcomes; Home schooling; Parents; Discipline; Grievance procedures; Teachers; Legislation; Regulations; Commonwealth government; State government Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA)
ID NO.: 210160


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION



AUSTRALIAN EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHERS' TRAINING IN LANGUAGE AND LITERACY : A NATION-WIDE REVIEW OF PRE-SERVICE COURSE CONTENT. Weadman, Tessa; Serry, Tanya; Snow, Pamela C.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 46 (2) February 2021 pp. 29-56
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Early childhood education; Teacher training; Qualifications; University education; Courses; Course evaluation; Review; Data collection; Preservice teachers; Language skills; Literacy skills; Pedagogy; Teacher preparation; Preschools; Preschool education; Child development; Disadvantaged children Early childhood teachers (ECTs); Pre-service course; Low SES.
ID NO.: 210197




EXHAUSTED, UNDERVALUED AND LEAVING : THE CRISIS IN EARLY EDUCATION.
[n.p. : United Workers Union], August 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Preschool teachers; Educators; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; Perception; Wages; Stress; Working conditions; Retention; Occupational health and safety; Working hours; Skills; Educational attainment; Qualifications; Case study; Child development; OECD countries; Parents; Funding; Federal government Low pay; Staff shortage; Staff turnover; Upskilling; Early childhood education and care (ECEC) workforce; Big Steps Campaign; United Workers Union (UWU); COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210156




STARTING STRONG VI : SUPPORTING MEANINGFUL INTERACTIONS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE. Harris, Julie (ed.)
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Starting Strong.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Early childhood education; Preschools; Quality; Funding; Governance; Access; Child development; Transitions; Primary schools; Student learning; Student support; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Family; School readiness; Curriculum; Community engagement; Pedagogy; Teachers; Teacher training; Government role; Policy development; Inequality; International comparisons; OECD countries Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Workforce development; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210180




STATE OF THE SECTOR 2021 : EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE WORKFORCE INSIGHTS. HESTA.
[n.p.] : HESTA, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Preschools; Educators; Union members; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; Perception; Wages; Working conditions; Retention; Skills; Teachers; Childcare; Funding; Federal government; Parents; Women; Employment; Employers Early childhood education and care (ECEC) professionals; Workforce planning; HESTA; COVID-19; Free childcare; JobKeeper; Attract and retain staff.
ID NO.: 210165


EDUCATION – GENERAL


EDUCATION AT A GLANCE 2021 : OECD INDICATORS. OECD.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Education funding; International comparisons; OECD countries; Statistical analysis; Policy development; Investment; Access; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Student enrolment; Educational attainment; Parental education; Socioeconomic status; Low income; Youth; Transitions; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; University admission; Tuition fees; International students; Graduates; Employment; Salaries; Labour market; Teaching profession; Teacher salaries; Health; Economic conditions; Unemployment Return on investment; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); COVID-19; Not in employment, education or training (NEET)
ID NO.: 210187



A NOVEL APPROACH TO MAPPING CHANGES IN STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARDS SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS IN REACTION TO CHANGES TO THEIR LEARNING ENVIRONMENT. Kennedy, JohnPaul; Thompson, Kate; Fowler, Samuel; Leonard, Simon N.
Perth, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), Curtin University, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Science education; Mathematics education; Student learning; Student attitudes; Educational research; Data collection; Case studies; Student characteristics; Student participation; Socioeconomic status; Student background; Aboriginal students; Non-English speaking background (NESB); Educational programs; Skill development; Equity; Pathways; Careers; University education; OECD countries Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Subject choice; Positive attitudes; Self-efficacy.
ID NO.: 210205


EDUCATION – K12



AUSTRALIA : PISA AUSTRALIA : EXCELLENCE AND EQUITY? Thomson, Sue.
In: Improving a country's education : PISA results in 10 countries, Crato, Nuno (ed.) Cham, Switzerland, Springer, 2021, pp. 25-47
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student assessment; Student performance; Disadvantaged students; Socioeconomic background; Equity; Student achievement; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Federal state relations; Education policy; Education funding; Public schools; Private schools; Catholic schools; Fees; Teachers; International comparisons; OECD countries Gonski review; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)
ID NO.: 210211



AUSTRALIAN 15-YEAR-OLD STUDENTS LIVING IN AN INTEGRATED WORLD. De Bortoli, Lisa; Underwood, Catherine; Richardson, Sarah.
[n.p.] : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
PISA 2018.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Global issues; Student learning; Student engagement; Socioeconomic background; Student background; Disadvantaged students; Aboriginal students; Gender; Multiculturalism; Social issues; Wellbeing; Cultural diversity; Principal; Teaching profession; Teacher perception Non-Indigenous; Advantaged students; Global citizenship; Intercultural communication; Global competence; Teachers' practices; Teachers' multicultural beliefs; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)
ID NO.: 210201




BEYOND ACADEMIC LEARNING : FIRST RESULTS FROM THE SURVEY OF SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL SKILLS. Young, Clara (ed.)
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Adolescents; Social skills; Emotional development; Student characteristics; Research methodology; Survey; Data collection; School environment; Bullying; Wellbeing; Student teacher relationship; Career choice; Occupations; Socioeconomic status; Parent role; Educators; Teachers; Policy development; International comparisons; OECD countries; Employment Career aspirations; Academic success; Cognitive skills; Gender differences; Gender gap; Life satisfaction; Survey on Social and Emotional Skills (SSES); COVID-19; School closures; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)
ID NO.: 210183




BOARD EFFECTIVENESS AND SCHOOL PERFORMANCE : A STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS. Loh, Chin Moi; Unda, Luisa; Gong, Zhiyun; Benati, Kelly.
School Effectiveness and School Improvement May 2021 pp. 1-24
KEYWORDS: Independent schools; Governance; School councils; Diversity; Finances; Accountability; Principals; Parent role; Tuition fees; Student attendance; Student attitudes; Student retention; Socioeconomic status; Academic performance; Government funding; Public schools; Catholic schools School boards; School performance; Board effectiveness; For-profit; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA)
ID NO.: 210199




DOES MONEY STILL MATTER? : ATTAINMENT AND EARNINGS EFFECTS OF POST-1990 SCHOOL FINANCE REFORMS. Rothstein, Jesse; Schanzenbach, Diane Whitmore.
Cambridge, MA : National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), August 2021. NBER Working Paper 29177.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Education funding; Reform; Education policy; Student learning; Student completion; Educational attainment; Student achievement; Resources; Educational research; Educational finance; Statistical analysis; History; Evidence; Government role; United States of America; Equity; Student background; Disadvantaged schools; Low income; Student teacher ratio; Class size; Teachers Achievement gap; Black students; White students; Segregation; Labour market outcomes; School finance reforms.
ID NO.: 210167



THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON STUDENT LEARNING IN NEW SOUTH WALES PRIMARY SCHOOLS : AN EMPIRICAL STUDY. Gore, Jennifer (et.al.)
Australian Educational Researcher 48 2021 pp. 605-637
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Primary school children; Online education; Student learning; Educational research; Data collection; Evidence; Student characteristics; Student background; Disadvantaged students; Aboriginal students; Student assessment; Student achievement; Regional areas; Teachers; Teacher perception; Wellbing; International comparisons Remote learning; School closures; Learning loss; COVID-19; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA)
ID NO.: 210178



PERCEPTIONS OF AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLING : WHAT MATTERS IN 2021. Heffernan, Amanda; Bright, David; Longmuir, Fiona; Magyar, Bertalan.
[n.p.] : Monash University, 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Parents; Survey; Data collection; Parent perception; Online education; Information technology; Access; Student learning; Equity; Schools; Skill development; Teaching profession; Public opinion; Work value; Teacher motivation; Teacher workload; Parent teacher relationship Teachers' work; Flexible approach; Remote learning; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210209



SCHOOL SELECTIVITY AND SOCIOECONOMIC AND ACADEMIC STRATIFICATION IN METROPOLITAN SYDNEY AND MELBOURNE. Tham, Melissa.
Melbourne, Vic. : Centre for International Research on Education Systems (CIRES), Victoria University, June 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
CIRES Working Paper 02/2021.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inequality; Schools; Student learning; Academic ability; Standardised tests; Academic performance; Academic achievement; Socioeconomic background; Educational research; Statistical analysis; Literature review; School choice; Parent attitudes School selectivity; Selective schools; Socioeconomic stratification; Academic stratification; Socioeconomic advantage; High-performing schools; High SES; Low SES; National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA)
ID NO.: 210157



VOLUNTARY SCHOOL FEES IN SEGREGATED PUBLIC SCHOOLS : HOW SELECTIVE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TURBO-CHARGE INEQUITY AND FUNDING GAPS. Rowe, Emma; Perry, Laura B.
Comparative Education 2021 pp. 1-18

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inequity; Education funding; Public schools; Socioeconomic status; Fees; Private financial support; Fundraising; Parent role; Research methodology; Data collection; New South Wales; International comparisons; OECD countries; Private schools; Public funding; Disadvantaged students; Aboriginal students; School choice; Policy development Voluntary contributions; Funding gap; Low-performing students; Low SES; High SES; Selective schools; Select-entry public schools; School segregation.
ID NO.: 210185



WHAT IS DRIVING PARTICIPATION AND DIVERSITY TRENDS IN ECONOMICS? : A SURVEY OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. Livermore, Tanya; Major, Mike.
[Sydney, NSW] : Reserve Bank of Australia, June 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Research Discussion Paper 2021-06.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Economics; Secondary school students; Survey; Educational research; Data collection; Student enrolment; Socioeconomic background; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Gender; Student characteristics; Student participation; Student learning; Teachers; New South Wales Subject choice; Student perception; Low SES; High SES.
ID NO.: 210163



WHY INQUIRY-BASED APPROACHES HARM STUDENTS' LEARNING. Sweller, John.
Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), August 2021. Electronic document.
Analysis Paper 24.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum design; Educational research; Evidence; Data; Student learning; Academic ability; Memory; Cognitive development; Student assessment; Test scores; Skills; Teaching methods Inquiry-based learning; Direct instruction (DI); Explicit instruction; Program for International Student Assessment (PISA)
ID NO.: 210155


EMPLOYMENT


OECD EMPLOYMENT OUTLOOK 2021 : NAVIGATING THE COVID-19 CRISIS AND RECOVERY. OECD.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour market; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; International comparisons; OECD countries; Economic conditions; Health; Government policy; Income support; Job creation; Gender; Inequality; Youth; Educational attainment; Disadvantaged; Social policy; Unemployment; Skill development; Social security; Vocational education; Training; Employers COVID-19; Coronavirus; School closures; Restrictions; Not in employment, education or training (NEET); Job retention schemes; Low pay occupations.
ID NO.: 210159



SHOCK TROOPS OF THE PANDEMIC : CASUAL AND INSECURE WORK IN COVID AND BEYOND. Standford, Jim.
[n.p.] : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, October 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Briefing Paper.
KEYWORDS: Casual employment; Part-time employment; Economic conditions; Gender; Wages; Unemployment; Statistical analysis; Industrial relations; Policy framework; Government role; Employees; Labour market; Employer attitudes; Trade unions Insecure work; Job losses; Modern awards; Casual loading; Fair Work Act 2009; Lockdowns; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210208


GENDER


REGULATING FOR GENDER-EQUITABLE DECENT WORK IN SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICES : BRINGING THE STATE BACK IN. Macdonald, Fiona; Charlesworth, Sara.
Journal of Industrial Relations 63 (4) September 2021 pp. 477-500
KEYWORDS: Gender equality; Community services; Employment; Health; Women; Equity; Work value; Wages; Working conditions; Trade unions; Standards; Industrial relations; Regulations; Policy development; Research; International comparisons; Government jpolicy Social & community services (SACS); Decent work; Low pay; Unpaid work; Pay equity; Feminised work; Undervaluation; Fair Work Act 2009; Group training organisations (GTOs)
ID NO.: 210172



WORKPLACE GENDER EQUALITY IN THE POST-PANDEMIC ERA : WHERE TO NEXT? Foley, Meraiah; Cooper, Rae.
Journal of Industrial Relations 63 (4) September 2021 pp. 463-476
KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Gender equality; Labour force; Participation; Research; Literature; Statistical analysis; Feminism; Work value; Discrimination; Working hours; Trade unions; Collective bargaining; Union members Equality bargaining; Flexibility; Gender pay gap; Gender segregation; COVID-19; Unpaid work; Mobilising union action; Underemployment; Feminised work; Gendered violence.
ID NO.: 210164


HIGHER EDUCATION



THE 2020 FINANCIAL OUTCOMES OF AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES WITHIN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ENVIRONMENT. Larkins, Frank; Marshman, Ian.
[Melbourne, Vic.] : Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE), The University of Melbourne, 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Universities; Revenue; Statistical analysis; International education; Student enrolment; Student fees; International students; Student support; Government role; Redundancy Domestic students; University income; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210207



ACADEMIC IDENTITY IN A CHANGING AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION SPACE : THE HIGHER EDUCATION IN VOCATIONAL INSTITUTION PERSPECTIVE. Sinclair, Alice; Webb,
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Universities; Educators; Academics; Identity; Teachers; Work experience; Social equity; Disadvantaged students; Student learning; Student support; Education policy; Research; Literature review; International comparisons; Employers Academic identities; Widening access; Employability; Higher Education in Vocational Education institutions (HEiVI)
ID NO.: 210193



AUSTRALIAN INVESTMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Hurley, Peter; Hoang, Coung; Hildebrandt, Melinda.
Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute for Education and Health Policy, Victoria University, August 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Investment; Review; Education funding; Commonwealth government; Data collection; Policy framework; International students; Student enrolment; Student fees; HECS; Revenue; Education markets; Government attitudes Job losses; Job-ready Graduates package; Demand driven; Domestic students; Commonwealth supported place (CSP); COVID-19; Coronavirus pandemic; Visa; Border closures.
ID NO.: 210169



AN AVOIDABLE CATASTROPHE : PANDEMIC JOB LOSSES IN HIGHER EDUCATION AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES. Littleton, Eliza; Stanford, Jim.
Canberra, ACT : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, September 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; University staff; Casual staff; Researchers; Casualisation; Public sector; Redundancy; International students; International education; Revenue; Research methodology; Data collection; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Gender; Employment; Government funding; Commonwealth government; Liberal Party; Private sector Job losses; COVID-19; Coalition Party; JobKeeper.
ID NO.: 210179



CORONAVIRUS AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS. Hurley, Peter.
Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute for Education and Health Policy, Victoria University, October 2020. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Participation; International students; International education; Universities; Student enrolment; Research methodology; Data collection; Revenue; Economic benefits; Demographics; Migration; Federal government; Policy Coronavirus pandemic; COVID-19; Visa; Travel bans.
ID NO.: 210158



DATA ANALYSIS : STUDENT DISADVANTAGE AND SUCCESS AT UNIVERSITY. Manny, Anthony (et.a.)
[n.p.] : University Admissions Centre (UAC), 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University admission; Equity; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Secondary school students; HSC; Socioeconomic status; Educational disadvantage; Academic achievement; Remote areas; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Socioeconomic disadvantage; University education; Scholarships; Student enrolment; Retention; University students; Student performance Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Low SES.
ID NO.: 210210



DEVELOPING SKILLS IN HIGHER EDUCATION FOR POSTPANDEMIC WORK. Bayerlein, Leopold; Hora, Matthew T.; Dean, Bonnie; Perkiss, Stephanie.
Labour and Industry August 2021 pp. 1-12
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University teachers; University students; Online education; Student learning; Skill development; Knowledge; Graduates; Transitions; Occupations; Industry; Employment; Workplace environment; Change; Employees; Technology; Employers Employability; Work-integrated learning (WIL); White-collar workers; COVID-19; Post-pandemic.
ID NO.: 210184



EXPLORING BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES OF ONLINE WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING FOR EQUITY STUDENTS. Bell, A. (et.al.)
Bentley, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), Curtin University, 2021. Electronic document.
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Equity; University students; Survey; Interviews; Student experiences; Workplace learning; Access; Participation; Student background; Socioeconomic status; Non-English speaking background (NESB); Universities; Educators; Online learning; Graduates; Workplace environment; Employers; International comparisons Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Work integrated learning (WIL); Internships; Unpaid placements; Employability; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210162




PARTICIPATORY DESIGN FOR COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH : A STUDY ON REGIONAL STUDENT HIGHER EDUCATION PATHWAYS. Dollinger, Mollie (et.al.)
The Australian Educational Researcher 48 2021 pp. 739–755
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Access; Pathways; Inequity; Secondary school students; Regional areas; Rural students; Career education; Student participation; Socioeconomic background; Aboriginal students; Student support; Student engagement; University students; Teachers; Research; Data collection; Policy development Low SES; Widening participation; Participatory design; University-school partnership.
ID NO.: 210176




THE RHETORIC AND THE REALITY OF JOB-READY GRADUATES : WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT GROWTH IN STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES AFTER ONE YEAR? Warburton, Mark.
[n.p.] : Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne, September 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Commonwealth government; Education policy; Legislation; Government funding; Universities; Courses; Fees; Student enrolment; Student support; International students; Employment; State government Job-ready Graduates (JRG); Commonwealth supported places (CSP); 'Grandfathered students'; Maximum Basic Grant Amounts (MBGAs); Commonwealth Grant Scheme (CGS); Demand-driven.
ID NO.: 210200



WHITE SPACES FOR INNOVATION IN TERTIARY EDUCATION : AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC PROVIDER PERSPECTIVES. Mosely, Genevieve; Wrigley, Cara; Key, Tom.
International Journal of Training Research 18 (3) July 2020 pp. 191-210
KEYWORDS: Tertiary education; Higher education; Vocation education; Training; TAFE; Policy framework; Review; Research methodology; Data collection; Education policy; Education funding; Federal state relations; Innovation; Education markets; School leavers; Pathways; Student participation; Skill development; Industry Student aspirations; Dual-sector; Public providers; Registered training organisations (RTOs); Non-accredited education; For-profit; Business model; Non-university higher education providers (NUHEPs)
ID NO.: 210192


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS



COVID-19 AND THE FUTURE OF LABOUR RESEARCH, POLICY AND REGULATION. Stewart, Andrew.
Labour & Industry March 2021 pp. 1-18
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour markets; Labour law; Regulations; Policy development; Academic research; Government policy; Ideology; Employment; Wages; Gender inequality Labour research; COVID-19; Fair Work Act 2009; Leave entitlements; 2021 Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ)
ID NO.: 210188




DOING THINGS DIFFERENTLY : IR PRACTICE AND RESEARCH BEYOND 2020. O'Kane, Paula (et.al.)
Labour & Industry 31 (1) 2021 pp. 1-6
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Academic research; Labour market; Policy; Employment relationship; Equity; Trade unions; Union members; Gender; Inequity; Migrant workers; Skills; Labour rights; Feminism; Working conditions Association for Industrial Relations Academics, Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ); COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210189



THE FAIR WORK COMMISSION'S RESPONSE TO COVID-19. Ross, Iain.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 34 (1&2) 2021 pp. 10-18
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour law; Employees; Working conditions; Wages; Working hours; Workplace relations; Employers; Enterprise agreements; Dispute resolution; Statistical analysis; Government policy; Legislation Entitlements; Modern awards; Working from home; Flexibility; Pandemic leave; Fair Work Act 2009; JobKeeper; COVID-19; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Future of work.
ID NO.: 210213



'INVIDIOUS CHOICES'? : ADAPTING THE FAIR WORK SAFETY NET DURING THE PANDEMIC. Murray, Jill; Schaffer, Charlie; Shribman-Dellmann, Bodhi.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 34 (1&2) 2021 pp. 60-76

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Regulations; Employment standards; Employees; Minimum wage; Working hours; Casual employment; Precarious employment; Trade unions; Health; Economic conditions; Employers; Federal government 'Invidious choices'; Leave entitlements; Working from home; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Commission (FWC); National Employment Standards (NES); Safety net; Modern awards; Unpaid pandemic leave; JobKeeper; COVID-19; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)
ID NO.: 210212


OH&S



COVID-19 AND THE REGULATION OF WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY. Bluff, Elizabeth; Johnstone, Richard.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 34 (1&2) 2021 pp. 112-129
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Occupational health; Regulations; Standards; Policy framework; Government role; Employees; Mental health; Trade unions; Workplace environment; Employers; Duty of care; Federal government; State government Work health and safety; Public health; Risk factors; Working from home; Fair Work Act 2009; COVID-19; COVIDSafe plans; Compliance; 'Person conducting a business or undertaking' (PCBU)
ID NO.: 210214


TEACHERS



CREATING GREATER AWARENESS AND DEMONSTRATION OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS IN INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION. Cain, Melissa; Campbell, Chris.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 46 (7) July 2021 pp. 70-85
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Preservice teachers; Teacher standards; Teacher registration; Student teachers; Survey; Teacher perception; Literature review; Teacher training; Teaching practice; Teacher placement Initial teacher education (ITE); Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
ID NO.: 210182



DOES THE ATAR PREDICT PRE-SERVICE TEACHER CAPACITY FOR INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM PRACTICE? Auhl, Greg; Bain, Alan.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 46 (4) April 2021 pp. 81-91
KEYWORDS: Student teachers; Preservice teachers; Educational achievement; Educational research; Study; University admission; Teacher education; Academic skills; Schools; Teacher placement; Classrooms; Teaching practice; Standards; Teacher student relationship Inclusive classroom; Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR); Low ATAR.
ID NO.: 210194



PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS AND COPING STYLES IN TEACHERS : A PRELIMINARY STUDY. Stapleton, Peta; Garby, Sarah; Sabot, Debbie.
Australian Journal of Education 64 (2) 2020 pp. 127-146
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teachers; Survey; Data collection; Research; Teacher perception; Stress; Workload; Psychology; Mental health; Wellbeing; Gender; Job satisfaction; Teacher support Life satisfaction; Occupational stress; Psychological distress; Anxiety; Teacher experiences.
ID NO.: 210198



TEACHER QUALITY AND TEACHER EDUCATION : A CRITICAL POLICY ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL AND AUSTRALIAN POLICIES. Singh, Parlo; Hoyte, Frances; Heimans, Stephen; Exley, Beryl.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 46 (4) April 2021 pp. 1-15
KEYWORDS: Teacher quality; Teacher education; Education policy; OECD countries; Analysis; International comparisons; Educational reform; Education standards; Accountability; Teaching profession; Teacher educators; Teacher effectiveness; Student learning; Student outcome; Disadvantage Critical policy analysis; Teachers' work; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); National Assessment Program — Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN)
ID NO.: 210196



TEACHERS, FIXED-TERM CONTRACTS AND SCHOOL LEADERSHIP : TOEING THE LINE AND JUMPING THROUGH HOOPS. Stacey, Meghan (et.al.)
Journal of Educational Administration and History March 2021 pp. 1-14
KEYWORDS: Public schools; Teachers; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; New South Wales; Teacher perception; Teacher unions; Union membership; Gender; Employment status; Employment contracts; Job insecurity; Precarious employment; Casual employment; Job security; Teacher salaries; Working conditions; Leadership; Principals Fixed-term contracts; Temporary employment; NSW Teachers' Federation (NSWTF); School leadership.
ID NO.: 210170


TRADE UNIONS


UNION FRAMING OF GENDER EQUALITY AND THE ELUSIVE POTENTIAL OF EQUALITY BARGAINING IN A DIFFICULT CLIMATE. Kirton, Gill.
Journal of Industrial Relations 63 (4) September 2021 pp. 591-613
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Equality; Collective bargaining; Strategies; Campaigns; Social movements; Gender; Employment; Union members; Research; Interviews; International comparisons; Women; Activism; Union membership; Workplace environment; Employers; Democracy; Industrial relations Equality bargaining; Equality actors; Union agenda; Employee representation; Union renewal; Gender mainstreaming.
ID NO.: 210174


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING



EFFECTIVENESS OF PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF REFORM BY THE AUSTRALIAN SKILLS QUALITY AUTHORITY. The Auditor-General.
Canberra, ACT : Australian National Audit Office (ANOA), 2021. Electronic document.
Auditor-General Report No. 48 2020–21.
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Governance; Audit; Standards; Regulations; Legislation; Government policy; Government funding; Quality assurance; Student enrolment; Student participation; International students; Online education; Student completion; Student outcome VET FEE-HELP; Registered training organisations (RTOs); Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA); Performance audit; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210161



THE ONLINE DELIVERY OF VET DURING COVID-19 : PART 1. Hume, Sheila; Griffin, Tabatha.
Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report.
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Online education; Student enrolment; Student learning; Student assessment; Transitions; Skill development; Fees; Student completion; Teachers; Government policy; Government funding; Federal state relations; Research; Survey Skilling up; Online delivery; Online training; Registered training organisations (RTOs); Total VET activity (TVA); COVID-19; JobTrainer.
ID NO.: 210168



UNDERSTANDING STUDENT DECISION-MAKING ABOUT VET AS A PATHWAY : AN AUSTRALIAN STUDY. Choy, Sarojni; Dymock, Darryl; Le, Leah; Billett, Stephen.
International Journal of Training Research 18 (3) 2020 pp. 1-17
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Secondary school students; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; Perception; Post-secondary education; Information sources; Teachers; Career guidance; Pathways; Skills; Graduates; University education; Career choice; Employment; Parent role; Government Student perspectives; Student aspirations; VET-related occupations; Social media; Status of VET.
ID NO.: 210191



UNPACKING THE QUALITY OF VET DELIVERY. Guthrie, Hugh; Waters, Melinda.
Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2021. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Occasional Paper.
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Quality; Delivery systems; Review; Research methodology; Literature review; Government policy; Quality assurance; Regulations; Pedagogy; Standards; Teachers; Qualifications; Teaching experience; Teaching practice; Student learning; Student outcome; Skills; Industry; Employers VET workforce; Certificate IV in Training and Education (CIV TAE); Registered training organisations (RTOs); Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA)
ID NO.: 210181



THE VALUE OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING. Harris, Roger; Clayton, Berwyn.
International Journal of Training Research 18 (3) 2020 pp. 185–190
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Policy framework; Educational research; Survey; Literature review; International comparisons; Investment; Perception; Student attitudes; Adult learning; Employees; Skill development; Employers; Teachers Employability; Continuing vocational education and training (CVET); Technical and vocational education and training (TVET); COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210177




WHY VICTORIA NEEDS HIGH-QUALITY VET & TECHNOLOGIES TEACHER EDUCATION. O'Reilly-Briggs, K.L.; Gallagher, David; Murphy, Peter; Campaign for VET & Technologies Education (CVTE)
Camberwell, Vic. : O'Reilly-Briggs Publishing, January 2021. Electronic document ; ill.
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Teacher shortage; Teacher training; Professional standards; Teacher qualification; Secondary school education; Career choice; Policy development; Victoria; Government policy; Government funding; Australian Education Union (AEU) Initial teacher education (ITE); Non-professional staff; Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM); Design and Technology Teachers' Education (DATTA); Campaign for VET & Technologies Education (CVTE)
ID NO.: 210171


WOMEN



AUSTRALIAN PARTIES, NOT VOTERS, DRIVE UNDER-REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN. Martinez i Coma, Ferran; McDonnell, Duncan.
Parliamentary Affairs July 2021 pp. 1-18
KEYWORDS: Political parties; Political attitudes; Women; Gender; Politics; Sex discrimination; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons; Elections; Public opinion; Democracy; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Liberal Party Under-representation; Quotas; Women candidates; Voters; National Party; Coalition Party; The Greens.
ID NO.: 210203



BRIDGING THE GAP? : AN ANALYSIS OF GENDER PAY GAP REPORTING IN SIX COUNTRIES. Cowper-Coles, Minna; Glennie, Miriam; Borges, Aleida Mendes; Schmid, Caitlin.
London : The Global Institute for Women's Leadership, King's College London, October 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Employment; Equity; Women; Research methodology; Data collection; Case studies; International comparisons; Gender inequality; Parental leave; Trade unions; Minimum wage; Legislation; Affirmative action; Men; Industry; Employers; OECD countries Gender pay gap; Representation; Compliance; Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA)
ID NO.: 210206



THE MISSING WOMEN OF AUSTRALIAN POLITICS : HOW VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN CREATES BARRIERS TO FEMALE REPRESENTATION. Majumdar, Medha.
Melbourne, Vic : Emily's List Australia, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Politics; Parliament; Employment; Employees; Women; Research methodology; Interviews; Data collection; Working conditions; Gender equality; Politicians; Political parties; Careers; Violence; Sexual harassment; Bullying; Workplace environment; Cultural diversity; Racial discrimination; Identity; Review; Policy development Gender gap; Intersectionality; Female representation; Candidates; Social media; Under-represented; Inter-Parliamentary Union; Emily's List.
ID NO.: 210202



WOMEN SPECIALIST MANAGERS IN AUSTRALIA : WHERE ARE WE NOW? : WHERE TO NEXT? Westcott, Mark.
Journal of Industrial Relations 63 (4) September 2021 pp. 501-521
KEYWORDS: Women; Management; Employment; Gender equity; Research; Statistical analysis; Educational attainment; Occupations; Income; Inequality; Work value; Principals; Childcare; Labour market; Men Gender pay gap; Gender segregation; Occupational segmentation; Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA)
ID NO.: 210173


YOUTH


LIFE, DISRUPTED : YOUNG PEOPLE, EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT BEFORE AND AFTER COVID-19. Walsh, Lucas; Gleeson, Joanne; Magyar, Bertalan; Gallo Cordoba, Beatriz.
Melbourne, Vic. : Monash Youth Policy and Education Practice, Monash University, August 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Youth; Educational attainment; Employment; Disadvantaged; Inequity; Research methodology; Data collection; Gender; Economic conditions; Health; Change; Secondary school education; Career development; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Stress; Graduates; Labour market; Unemployment; Indigenous population Non-Indigenous; Gig economy; Income inequality; Wealth inequality; Underemployment; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210166

 

 


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