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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


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THE 'DE-POLITICISATION' OF THE STRUGGLE FOR INDIGENOUS EDUCATION RIGHTS IN AUSTRALIA. : AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF DEVELOPMENTS IN ABORIGINAL EDUCATION THEORY, POLICY AND PRACTICE 1945-1999. Boughton, Bob. Alice Springs, NT : Menzies School of Health Research, November 1999. Electronic document.
Discussion Paper.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Indigenous population; Aboriginal education; Policy development; Research methodology; History; Political party policy; Colonialism; Racial discrimination; Political attitudes; Educational theories; Academic research; Education systems; Aboriginal students; Participation; Racism; Human rights; Campaigns; Labour movement; Community development; Educational disadvantage; Inequality; Social justice. National Aboriginal Education Committee (NAEC); Aboriginal Education Program (AEP); Mainstream education; The Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal and Tropical Health (CRC ATH). [ID NO.:190320]


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EVALUATING ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PROGRAMS : DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND CABINET. Australian National Audit Office. Barton, ACT : Australian National Audit Office (ANOA), June 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Auditor-General Report No. 47 2018/19.
Link; accessed on 9 September 2019
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Commonwealth government; Aboriginal policy; Program evaluation; Audit; Policy framework; Indigenous population; Program implementation; Ethics; Education; Participation; Remote areas; Disadvantaged; School attendance; Aboriginal communities; Community development; Government funding; Employment. Indigenous Advancement Strategy (IAS); Performance audit; Indigenous Affairs Group. [ID NO.:190374]


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A FRESH CANVAS : THE ULURU STATEMENT IS HEADED FOR REFERENDUM. Fitzpatrick, Stephen.
The Monthly (155) May 2019 pp. 32-40
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Constitution; Reform; Human rights; Social justice; Reconciliation; Referendum; Racial discrimination; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Liberal Party; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Uluru Statement; Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Makarrata Commission; Indigenous voice; Indigenous representation; First Nations; Coalition Party. [ID NO.:190359]


ACADEMICS


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A FUTURE FOR IR ACADEMICS? : 2018 AIRAANZ PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS. Townsend, Keith.
Labour and Industry 29 (1) March 2019 pp. 1-5 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Academics; Industrial relations; Research and development; Academic staff; Teaching experience; Pedagogy; Change; Workload; Academic research; Information technology; Universities. Artificial intelligence. [ID NO.:190383]


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INTIMIDATION GAME. Cantrell, Kate.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2371) 23-29 August 2018 pp. 42-46
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Women; Sexual harassment; Bullying; Student attitudes; Code of conduct; Teacher student relationship; University students; Gender; Power; University staff; University administration; Survey; Academic research; Casual staff; Australia. Academia. [ID NO.:190335]


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WISDOM BEFORE AGE. Grove, Jack.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2387) 13-19 December 2018 pp. 34-39
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Ageing; Retirement; Tenure; Pensions; International comparisons; University administration; Employment policy; Academic staff; Age; Employment opportunities; Research grants. Compulsory retirement; Academic workforce. [ID NO.:190337]


BULLYING


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THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE NATION-STATE AND REGULATION : WORKPLACE BULLYING LEGISLATION IN THE NETHERLANDS. D'Cruz, Premilla (et.al.).
The Economic and Labour Relations Review (ELLR) 30 (1) March 2019 pp. 77-98 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Workplace environment; Bullying; Law; Research methodology; Case study; Interviews; Trade unions; Academics; Human resources; The Netherlands; Government role; Legislation; Economic conditions; Neoliberalism; Employer employee relationship; Employer attitudes; Union membership. Workplace bullying; Union revitalisation; Union density; Dutch Working Conditions Act. [ID NO.:190366]


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"SOME OF THOSE GIRLS CAN BE REAL DRAMA QUEENS" : ISSUES OF GENDER, SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND SCHOOLING. Keddie, Amanda.
Sex Education 9 (1) February 2009 pp. 1-16 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; School environment; Gender; Sexual harassment; Girls; Educational research; Interviews; Case study; Power; Feminism; Bullying; Student attitudes; Student support; Educational disadvantage; Boys; Social attitudes; Teachers; Discipline; Gender inequity. Gender justice. [ID NO.:190327]


DEMOCRACY


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DEMOCRACY'S GREATEST THREAT : DENIALISM, NIHILISM AND THE MURDOCH PROPAGANDA MACHINE. Cooke, Richard.
The Monthly (155) May 2019 pp. 22-31
KEYWORDS: Democracy; Political parties; Mass media; Political influence; Research; International comparisons; Journalism; Accountability; Political attitudes; Liberal Party; Politicians; Social issues; Australia; Racial discrimination; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Coalition Party; Rupert Murdoch; Right wing; Propaganda; News Corp; Religious discrimination; Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC); GetUp. [ID NO.:190358]


ECONOMICS


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THE DIFFUSION OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS : A WORLD SYSTEMS ANALYSIS. Quiggin, John.
Globalizations 16 (6) 2019 pp. 838-856 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic policy; Neoliberalism; Political party policies; International comparisons; Economic conditions; Reform; History; Capitalism; Privatisation; Government policies; Infrastructure; Investment; Australia; New Zealand; United Kingdom; Asia; Trade unions. Financial institutions; Public private partnerships (PPPs); UK Private Finance Initiative (PFI). [ID NO.:190326]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


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EDUCATION AT A GLANCE 2019 : OECD INDICATORS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Funding; Equity; Resources; Investment; International comparisons; OECD countries; Statistical analysis; Access; Participation; Educational attainment; Student outcome; Pathways; Student teacher ratio; Parental education; Higher education; University admission; Tuition fees; Graduates; Academics; Transitions; Employment; Labour market; Teaching profession; Salaries; Vocational education; Training. [ID NO.:190376]


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EDUCATION EXPENDITURE IN AUSTRALIA. Rice, James Mahmud; Edwards, Daniel; McMillan, Julie. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Investment; Research methodology; Data collection; Commonwealth government; State government; Public education; Private education; Schools; Universities; Vocational education; TAFE; Public funding; Private financial support; OECD countries. Expenditure per student; Education expenditure; Private providers; Government expenditure. [ID NO.: 190324]


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RECLAIMING THE WESTERN CANON. Spurr, Barry.
Quadrant (557) June 2019 pp. 45-48
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; English literature; Student learning; Religion; Poetry; Christianity. Western civilisation. [ID NO.:190362]


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A RIGGED HONESTY OF MIND : MENZIES AND EDUCATION. Furse-Roberts, David.
Quadrant (557) June 2019 pp. 49-53
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Policy development; History; Reform; Liberal Party; Commonwealth government; Education funding; Ethics; Liberalism; Access; Participation; Student learning; Religious schools; Nongovernment schools; Teachers; Universities. Student development; Robert Menzies. [ID NO.:190363]


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SDG 4 DATA BOOK : GLOBAL EDUCATION INDICATORS 2019. Montreal : UNESCO Institute for Statistics, 2019. Electronic document ; graphs ; tables.
Link; accessed on 9 September 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Access; Participation; Literacy; Numeracy; Student attainment; Student characteristics; Gender; Schools; Resources; Preservice teachers; Teacher training; Pedagogy; Data collection; Developing countries; International comparisons; Youth; Adults; Scholarships. Non-formal education; Information and communications technology (ICT); Development assistance; Sustainable Development Goal 4 - Education; Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). [ID NO.:190371]


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STATE OF EDUCATION IN NSW : 2018. Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation (CESE). Sydney, NSW : Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation (CESE), NSW Department of Education, December 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Review; Data collection; New South Wales; Student enrolment; Student participation; Student learning; Student attainment; Attendance; Retention; Early school leavers; Student background; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Remote areas; Socioeconomic status; Post-secondary education; Student attrition; Equity; Apprenticeships. National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Low SES; Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). [ID NO.:190332]


EDUCATION - K-12


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ASG PARENTS REPORT CARD 2018/19 : AUSTRALIAN PARENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF THE STATE OF EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA. Oakleigh, Vic. : Australian Scholarships Group (ASG), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Parents; Survey; Data collection; Parent perception; School choice; Parent attitudes; Government schools; Catholic schools; Nongovernment schools; School funding; Tuition fees; Teachers; Curriculum; Student learning; Academic performance; Work preparation; Skill development. Voluntary contributions; School performance; Student success; Parents' aspirations; Parents' satisfaction. [ID NO.:190330]


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CAN'T WIN WITH NAPLAN. Shine, Kathryn; Prendergast, Kate.
Education Review (3) May 2019 pp. 14-15
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Information technology; Educational research; Teachers; Pedagogy; Government policy; Mass media; Teacher unions. Online assessment; National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); New South Wales Teachers' Federation (NSWTF); Gonski Institute. [ID NO.:190355]


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ETHNIC DIVIDES IN SCHOOLING. Ho, Christina. [n.p.] : Centre for Policy Development (CPD), May 2019. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
Discussion paper : In a class of their own.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 September 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inequity; Student background; Language other than English (LOTE); Educational research; Data collection; Social class; Ethnicity; Minority groups; Cultural diversity; Racial discrimination; Disadvantaged students; Student learning; Educational achievement; Government schools; School choice; Parent attitudes; Middle class; Nongovernment schools. Segregation; Selective schools; National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Language background other than English (LBOTE); Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA). [ID NO.:190369]


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IMPROVING STUDENT OUTCOMES IN DISADVANTAGED SCHOOLS ABOUT MORE THAN MONEY. Joseph, Blaise.
APC Review (2) May 2019 pp. 13-14 (SEE Record 190203 - Overcoming the odds : a study of Australia's top-performing disadvantaged schools).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Disadvantaged schools; Performance; Educational research; Principals; Autonomy; Teacher collaboration; Teacher instruction; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Socioeconomic background; Student achievement. School discipline; Direct instruction. [ID NO.:190349]


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OECD SCHOOL USER SURVEY : IMPROVING LEARNING SPACES TOGETHER. Paris : OECD, 2018. Electronic document ; ill.
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Teachers; Students; Survey; Perception; School environment; Resources; Pedagogy; School buildings; Student learning; OECD countries. OECD School User Survey. [ID NO.:190328]


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RETHINKING EQUITY. Hooley, Neil.
Education Review (1) February 2019 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Perception; Educational research; Student background; Family income; Poverty; Curriculum design; Pedagogy; Teachers; Student assessment; Pathways. [ID NO.:190353]


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TEACHING FOR GENDER JUSTICE : FREE TO BE ME?. Keddie, Amanda; Ollis, Deb.
The Australian Educational Researcher 46 (1) January 2019 pp. 533"547 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational programs; Case study; Program evaluation; Pedagogy; Teachers; Student learning; Gender; Identity; Diversity; Equity; Stereotypes; Student support; Teacher education; Social justice; Feminism; Primary schools; Government policy; Victoria. Respectful Relationships in Education (RRE) program; Gender-based violence (GBV); Identity politics; Feminist theory. [ID NO.:190316]


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VOLUME 1 : THE CASE FOR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. Sydney, NSW : Catholic Schools NSW Ltd, Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Catholic schools; New South Wales; Government funding; Private financial support; Review; Research methodology; Data collection; School choice; Participation; Student learning; Disadvantaged student; Student support; Government schools; New South Wales. SES score; Capacity to contribute; School costs; Index of Community Socio-Economic Advantage (ICSEA); Schooling resource standard (SRS). [ID NO.:190333]


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WORRYING TREND. Thomson, Sue; Smith, Loren.
Education Review (1) February 2019 pp. 16-17
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Secondary school students; Survey; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Stress; Educational research; Student background; Gender; International comparisons; OECD countries. Anxiety; National Assessment Program " Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Program for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:190354]


EMPLOYMENT


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CLIMATE CHANGE AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS. Goods, Caleb.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (5) November 2017 pp. 670-679 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment relations; Environmental issues; Policy development; Collective bargaining; Academic research; Industrial relations; Employees; Employers; Trade unions; Australia; United Kingdom. Climate change; Climate bargaining; Green clauses; Environmental clauses; National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU); Trades Union Congress (TUC). [ID NO.:190367]


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THE FRACTURING OF WORK AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS. Dundon, Tony.
Labour and Industry 29 (1) March 2019 pp. 6-18 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment relations; Change; Power; Remuneration; Inequality; Regulations; Research methodology; Labour market; Employer attitudes; Employment practices; Neoliberalism; Capitalism; Employer employee relationship; Employees; Working conditions; United Kingdom. Employee voice; Non-union; Pay inequality; Performance pay; Talent management. [ID NO.:190384]


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JOBS AND A LIVING WAGE. Stanford, Jim.
Arena Magazine (159) 04-05 2019 pp. 32-35
KEYWORDS: Employment; Minimum wage; Economic conditions; Part-time employment; Labour market; Research methodology; Data collection; Government role; Job creation; Employment policy; Employees; Employment conditions; Job security; Industrial relations; Trade unions; Collective bargaining. Underemployment; Underutilisation; Gig economy; Living wage; Job quality; Coalition Party; Change the Rules campaign. [ID NO.:190357]


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RESOLVING DISCRIMINATION CLAIMS OUTSIDE THE COURTS : ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN AUSTRALIA AND THE UNITED KINGDOM. Blackham, Alysia; Allen, Dominique.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 31 (3) March 2019 pp. 253-278 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Discrimination; Law; Employees; Disadvantaged; Costs; Dispute resolution; Conciliation; Australia; United Kingdom; Research methodology; Equal opportunity; Employment relationship; Employer attitudes; Power; Court litigation; Industrial law. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR); Anti-discrimination; Employee rights; Fair Work Act 2009; Race Relations Act 1968 (UK). [ID NO.:190364]


331.2994 WAG
THE WAGES CRISIS IN AUSTRALIA : WHAT IT IS AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT. Stewart, Andrew; Stanford, Jim; Hardy, Tess (eds.). Adelaide, SA : University of Adelaide Press, 2018. xiv, 328 p. ; graphs.
(Bibliography).
https://www.adelaide.edu.au/press/system/files/media/documents/2019-04/uap-wages-crisis-ebook.pdf; accessed on 3 October 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Wages; Research methodology; Data collection; History; Minimum wage; Economic conditions; Government role; Gender equity; Enterprise bargaining; Collective bargaining; Power; Labour market; Trade unions; Employer attitudes; Employment practices; Migrant workers; Youth; Union membership. Wage stagnation; Underpayment; Wage theft; Pay equity; Executive remuneration; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:190389]


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WORKING IT.
The Economist (9144) 25-31 May 2019 pp. 24-26
KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour market; International comparisons; Research methodology; Data collection; Economic growth; Technological change; Government policy; Demography; Unemployment; Collective bargaining; Wages; Gender; Employees; Educational attainment; OECD countries. Gig economy; Rich countries. [ID NO.:190352]


GOVERNMENT


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AN ASSESSMENT OF AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS : THE AUSTRALIAN INFRASTRUCTURE AUDIT 2019. Infrastructure Australia. [Canberra, ACT] : Infrastructure Australia, June 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 21 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Infrastructure; Audit; Data collection; Population growth; Education systems; Education funding; Schools; Demography; Access; Childcare; Early childhood education; School buildings; Vocational education; Training; Government policy; Industry. School infrastructure; Public private partnerships (PPPs); Building the Education Revolution (BER). [ID NO.:190317]


HIGHER EDUCATION


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DEGREES NORTH : VOCATIONAL AND UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA AND NORDIC COUNTRIES : REPORT FOR ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION AT THE EMBASSY OF FINLAND CANBERRA. Scott, Andrew; Hundloe, Tor; Jackson, Shirley. Canberra, ACT : Nordic Policy Centre, The Australia Institute, June 2019. Electronic document ; graphs.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 September 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Investment; Policy framework; Public funding; Access; Participation; Tuition fees; International comparisons; Australia; Finland; Equity; Student learning; Academic ability; Student attainment; Skill development; Employment; Victoria. Nordic countries. [ID NO.:190372]


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DISADVANTAGED AUSTRALIAN DIVERTED INTO 'THIRD PARTY' TUITION. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2400) 21-27 March 2019 pp. 14-15 (SEE Record 190249 - Equity at and beyond the boundary of Australian universities).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Equity; Access; Student participation; Educational disadvantage; Educational research; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Tuition fees; Vocational education; Training; Student outcome. Third party providers. [ID NO.:190343]


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DO UNIVERSITIES NEED 'BRAVE' LEADERS?. Mayo, Nick.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2406) 2-8 May 2019 p. 22
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Leadership; Change; Competition; Education markets; United Kingdom. Transparency. [ID NO.:190344]


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THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF GOING TO UNIVERSITY IS NOT DECLINING. Willetts, David.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2408) 16-22 May 2019 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University students; Educational outcomes; Data; Graduates; Salaries; Labour market; Economic conditions; Recession; United Kingdom. [ID NO.:190346]


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ENDING IGNORANCE. Brabazon, Tara; Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 29 (2) February 2019 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Politics; Political party policies; Public opinion; Change; Elections; Political attitudes; Social conditions; Academics; Research; Education systems; Student learning; Information technology; Literacy; Policy development; Citizenship education. Media literacy; Social media. [ID NO.:190350]


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FOR THE GREATER GOOD. Fitzpatrick, Kathleen.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2403) 11-17 April 2019 pp. 42-45
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Quality; Education markets; Competition; Academics; Workload; United States of America. University rankings. [ID NO.:190339]


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FUNDING CUTS LEAVE AUSTRALIA'S RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE 'LAGGING'. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2400) 21-27 March 2019 p. 14
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Research and development; Investment; Universities; Researchers; Research funding; Government attitudes; Government policy; Government funding. [ID NO.:190342]


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IN CHARGE BUT OUT OF TOUCH?. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2408) 16-22 May 2019 pp. 34-39
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Leadership; Remuneration; Governance; Education standards; Quality assurance; Academics; International comparisons; Political attitudes; Australia; United Kingdom. Vice-chancellors; University councils; Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation. [ID NO.:190347]


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NIL BY MOUTH. Bothwell, Ellie.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2399) 14-20 March 2019 pp. 32-37
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University administration; Academics; Leadership; Academic freedom; Freedom of speech; Mass media; International comparisons; Political attitudes; United States of America; Canada. Social media; Free speech. [ID NO.:190341]


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NO CRISIS TO SPEAK OF. Dodds, Susan.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2406) 2-8 May 2019 p. 22 (SEE Record 190182 - Report of the independent review of freedom of speech in Australian higher education providers).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Freedom of speech; Academic freedom; Review; Academics; University environment; Mass media; Government role; Legislation; Australia; United Kingdom. French report; Social media. [ID NO.:190345]


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THE ON-CALL ACADEMY. McKie, Anna.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2383) 15-21 November 2018 pp. 34-39
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academic staff; Academics; Survey; Workload; Working hours; Health; University students; Student learning; Student support; Student teacher relationship; Tutoring; Tuition fees; University administration; Duty of care; International comparisons; Australia; United Kingdom; United States of America. Electronic mail; 'Unsocial hours'; Pastoral care. [ID NO.:190336]


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RESULTS OF 2018 AUDITS : UNIVERSITIES. Victorian Auditor-General. Melbourne, Vic. : Government Printer, May 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Victorian Auditor-General's report 2018-19 no. 24.
Link; accessed on 9 September 2019
KEYWORDS: Universities; Finances; Audit; Revenue; Accountability; Governance; Student fees; Vocational education; Victoria. Financial reporting; Financial sustainability. [ID NO.:190370]


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'SEA CHANGE' BRINGS A WAVE OF GENEROSITY. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2399) 14-20 March 2019 p. 16
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Investment; University administration; Campaigns; Fundraising; Australian. Philanthropy. [ID NO.:190340]


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TIME TO GET REAL. McKie, Anna.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2409) 23-29 May 2019 pp. 36-41
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Change; Student learning; Educational assessment; Student performance; Student experience; Student engagement; Academic research; Academics; Policy development; Government role; International comparisons. Examinations; Memory; Student rankings; Employability; Student satisfaction; Fourth industrial revolution. [ID NO.:190348]


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UNITED WE STAND. Firth, Verity.
Campus Review 29 (4) April 2019 pp. 8-9
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Change; Educational innovation; Policy development; Investment; Community engagement; Access; Social inclusion; Australia; United States of America. University-community engagement; Social impact; University of Technology Sydney. [ID NO.:190351]


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USE RESEARCH AUDIT PROPERLY OR SCRAP IT, MINISTER TOLD. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2402) 4-10 April 2019 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Universities; Research and development; Quality; Audit; Research funding; Government attitudes; Education policy. Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA); University rankings. [ID NO.:190338]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


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REGULATION, MIGRATION AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. MacKenzie, Robert; Martinez Lucio, Miguel.
Journal of Industrial Relations 61 (1) April 2019 pp. 176-197 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Migration; Regulations; Research methodology; Literature; International comparisons; Labour market; Competition; Government role; Employment relations; Refugees; Migrant workers; Nongovernment organisations (NGOs); Trade unions; Organising; Campaigns; Employer attitudes; Private sector. Asylum seekers; Informal work. [ID NO.:190368]


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THE ROLE OF THE 'GENUINELY TRY TO REACH AGREEMENT' REQUIREMENT IN THE PROTECTED INDUSTRIAL ACTION REGIME UNDER THE FAIR WORK ACT 2009. Creighton, Breen (et.al.).
Australian Journal of Labour Law 31 (3) March 2019 pp. 279-304 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Industrial action; Industrial law; Employees; Enterprise agreements; Research methodology; Data collection; Interviews; Trade unions; Employer attitudes; History; Workplace Relations Act 1996. Union representatives; Protected industrial action ballot orders (PABOs); Genuinely try to reach agreement (GTRA); Good faith bargaining (GFB); WorkChoices; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:190365]


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UNION ORGANISING AND LABOUR MARKET RULES : TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN. Stanford, Jim. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, June 2019. Electronic document.
Briefing Note.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 September 2019
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Trade unions; Organising; Research; International comparisons; Union movement; Campaigns; Public opinion polls; Inequality; Human rights; Social justice; Employees; Collective bargaining; Minimum wage; Union membership; Labour market; Employer attitudes; Government policy; Political attitudes; Labour law; Economic conditions. Employee rights; Union representation; Union density; Right to strike; World Economic Forum (WEF) Index of labour rights; Change the Rules campaign. [ID NO.:190373]


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WHAT IS DISTINCTIVE ABOUT NEW ZEALAND'S EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS ACT 2000?. Rasmussen, Erling; Bray, Mark; Stewart, Andrew.
Labour and Industry 29 (1) March 2019 pp. 52-73 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment relations; Labour law; Legislation; History; New Zealand; Research methodology; Literature review; Policy framework; Political party policy; Collective bargaining; Trade unions. Employment Relations Act 2000; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:190386]


POLITICS


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ANARCHY IN THE UK (AND EVERYWHERE ELSE) : THE IDEOLOGICAL ROOTS OF POPULISM. Draca, Mirko; Schwarz, Carlo. [UK] : Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE), University of Warwick, September 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
CAGE working paper no. 432.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Ideologies; Political attitudes; Public opinion; International comparisons; United Kingdom; Research methodology; Data collection; Liberalism; Government; Social issues; Left politics. Populism; Anarchists; Anarchy; Populist politics; Right wing politics; Conservatism. [ID NO.:190382]


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DOES IT MATTER HOW AND HOW MUCH POLITICIANS ARE PAID?. Altindag, Duhu T.; Filiz, Elif S.; Tekin, Erdal. Cambridge, : National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), July 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
NBER Working Paper 23613.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Politicians; Quality; Performance; Salaries; Pensions; Productivity; Research methodology; Data collection; Democracy; Turkey; International comparisons. Members of parliament; Performance pay. [ID NO.:190322]


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END OF AN ERA? : REFLECTIONS ON THE STATE OF THE POLITY. Ludlam, Scott (et.al.).
Arena Magazine (159) 04-05 2019 pp. 16-24
KEYWORDS: Politics; Change; Ideology; Political party policies; Accountability; Elections; Public opinion; Neoliberalism; Liberalism; Mass media; Economic policy; Mining; Legislation; Racial discrimination; Minority groups; Human rights; Religion; Trade unions; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Left politics; International relations. Right wing; Coalition Party; Rupert Murdoch. [ID NO.:190356]


994.05092 SUA
JB CHIFLEY : AN ARDENT INTERNATIONALIST. Suares, Julie. Carlton, Victoria : Melbourne University Press, 2019. x, 322 p. ; ill.
MUP academic.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Political party policies; Politicians; Australian Labor Party (ALP); History; Economic conditions; Economic development; Labour movement; Biographies; Colonialism; International relations; Communism; Liberal Party. Ben Chifley. [ID NO.:190315]


324.7 BON
RULES FOR REVOLUTIONARIES : HOW BIG ORGANIZING CAN CHANGE EVERYTHING. Becky Bond; Zack Exley. White River Junction, Vermont : Chelsea Green Publishing, 2016. xx, 200 p.
KEYWORDS: Politics; Elections; Social movements; Campaigns; Activism; Organising; Strategic planning; Community action; Social change; Democracy; Political parties; Mass media; United States of America. Political activists; Revolution; Political campaigns; Bernie Sanders. [ID NO.:190381]


303.375 POM
THIS IS NOT PROPAGANDA : ADVENTURES IN THE WAR AGAINST REALITY. Pomerantsev, Peter. London : Faber & Faber, 2019. v, 270 p.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Government; Political aspects; Strategies; Internet; International relations; Mass media; Public opinion; Democracy; Protests; Social action. Propaganda; Social media; Truth; Fake news. [ID NO.:190379]


324.2940987 CRO
WHITLAM'S CHILDREN : LABOR AND THE GREENS IN AUSTRALIA. Crowe, Shaun. Carlton, Victoria : Melbourne University Press, 2018. xi, 265 p.
MUP academic.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Political parties; Politicians; Interviews; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Political attitudes; Political party policies; Public opinion; Mass media. The Greens; Climate change; Minority government; Julia Gillard; Gough Whitlam; The Coalition; The Democrats. [ID NO.:190314]


RACIAL DISCRIMINATION


305.42 HAM
WHITE TEARS BROWN SCARS. Hamad, Ruby. Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 2019. xv, 232 p.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Racial discrimination; History; Sex discrimination; Racism; Women; Identity; Gender; Feminism; Minority groups; Social conditions; Research methodology; Interviews; Human rights; Aboriginal women; Islam; African Americans; International comparisons; Violence; Government role; Political attitudes. 'Whiteness'; White people; 'White privilege'. [ID NO.:190380]


REFUGEES


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STUDENTS FROM REFUGEE AND ASYLUM SEEKER BACKGROUNDS AND MEANINGFUL PARTICIPATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION : FROM PERIPHERAL TO FUNDAMENTAL CONCERN. Baker, Sally; Ramsay, Georgina; Lenette, Caroline.
Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning 21 (2) May 2019 pp. 4-19 (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 October 2019
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Access; Participation; Refugees; Student background; Educational opportunities; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Educational experience; Racial discrimination; Gender; Social justice; Mass media; Political attitudes. Asylum seekers; Student aspirations; Exclusion; UNHCR. [ID NO.:190392]


RELIGION


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GETTING THE BALANCE RIGHT FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. Fowler, Mark.
Quadrant (554) March 2019 pp. 44-46
KEYWORDS: Religion; Discrimination; Law; Review; Government policy; Legislation; Democracy. Religious discrimination; Religious Freedom Review (Ruddock review). [ID NO.:190360]


SOCIAL CHANGE


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HOW POWERFUL WE ARE : BEHIND THE SCENES WITH ONE OF AUSTRALIA'S LEADING ACTIVISTS. Rugg, Sally. Sydney, NSW : Hachette Australia, 2019. xiv, 338 p.
KEYWORDS: Social change; Social movements; Activism; Campaigns; Political issues; Liberal Party; Political attitudes; Sex discrimination; Equality; Voting; Human rights. Social action; GetUp; Plebiscite; Marriage equality; Political participation; Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ); Coalition Party. [ID NO.:190378]


TEACHERS


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ARE MALE TEACHERS HEADED FOR EXTINCTION? : THE 50-YEAR DECLINE OF MALE TEACHERS IN AUSTRALIA. McGrath, Kevin F.; Van Bergen, Penny.
Economics of Education Review 60 2017 pp. 159-167 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Diversity; Gender; Men; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Catholic schools; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons; Teacher shortage; Teachers; Education systems; Student learning; Student outcome; Boys; Identity; Government policy. Gender diversity; Male teacher representation; Teaching workforce. [ID NO.:190329]


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ATTRACTING HIGH ACHIEVERS TO TEACHING. Goss, Peter; Sonnemann, Julie; Nolan, Johnathan. [n.p.] : Grattan Institute, August 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Report No. 2019-08.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 26 August 2019
Chart data:
https://grattan.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/921-Attracting-high-achievers-to-teaching-chart-pack.xlsx; accessed on 29 August 2019

KEYWORDS: Education systems; University students; Interviews; Research methodology; Academic achievement; Student attitudes; Career choice; Perception; University education; Teacher status; Teaching profession; Teacher salaries; Policy development; Scholarships; Teacher retention; OECD countries; Finland. Teacher attraction; High achievers; Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Low ATAR; Education courses; Instructional Specialist; Master Teacher; High-performing systems; Teach For Australia. [ID NO.:190318]


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HOW TEACHERS UPDATE THEIR TEACHING SKILLS TO COPE WITH THE RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD. Schwabe, Markus; Fraser, Pablo. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Teaching In Focus No. 28.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 190266 - TALIS 2018 results (volume I) : teachers and school leaders as lifelong learners).
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Survey; Perception; Professional development; Access; Teacher participation; Data collection; Teaching practice; Workload; Teacher training; Teaching skills; International comparisons; OECD countries. Continuous professional development (CPD); Information and communication technologies (ICT); Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS). [ID NO.:190377]


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IMPROVING TEACHER EDUCATION FOR BETTER INDIGENOUS OUTCOMES : PREEPARED " PARTNERING FOR REMOTE EDUCATION EXPERIENCE : FINAL REPORT. Anderson, Peter; Rennie, Jennifer; White, Simone; Darling, Anna. Canberra, ACT : Department of Education and Training, May 2019. Electronic document.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 October 2019
KEYWORDS: Teacher education; University curriculum; Teacher preparation; Teacher placement; Remote schools; Research methodology; Literature review; Policy development; Preservice teachers; Teacher support; Retention; Teaching practice; Pedagogy; Cultural awareness; Student teacher relationship; Aboriginal communities; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal students; Student support. Indigenous curriculum; Initial teacher education (ITE); Teacher attraction and retention; Monash University; Indigenous cultural competency (ICC). [ID NO.:190394]


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PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS. Victorian Auditor-General. Melbourne, Vic. : Victorian Government Printer, February 2019. Electronic document ; tables.
Independent assurance report to Parliament 2018-19:15.
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Professional learning; Audit; Victoria; Professional standards; Education systems; Reform; Government policy; Pedagogy; Resources; Principals; Teacher quality; Teacher support; Teaching practice; Student learning; Student outcome. Casual relief teachers (CRT); Performance and development plans (PDP); Framework for Improving Student Outcomes (FISO); Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). [ID NO.:190323]


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QUEENSLAND TEACHER WORKLOAD STUDY : FINAL REPORT TO THE QUEENSLAND TEACHERS' UNION. Rothman, Sheldon; Ingvarson, Lawrence; Matthews, Darren. Camberwell, Vic. : The Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), December 2018. Electronic document ; tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Principals; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; Government schools; Queensland; Perception; Workload; Retention; Workplace environment; School administration; Teacher support; Teacher unions; Student learning; Student engagement; Government role. Teachers' work; Queensland Teachers' Union (QTU). [ID NO.:190334]


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TEACHER EDUCATION IN AUSTRALIA IN UNCERTAIN TIMES. O'Donoghue, Tom.
Education Research and Perspectives 45 2018 pp. 33-50 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Teacher education; University entrance; Student achievement; Student enrolment; Student background; Universities; Teacher qualifications; Teacher preparation; Aboriginal students; Education policy; History; Research methodology; Religious schools; Government schools; Government role; International comparisons. Teach For Australia (TFA). [ID NO.:190325]


JOUR
WORKING INDUSTRIALLY OR PROFESSIONALLY? : WHAT STRATEGIES SHOULD TEACHER UNIONS USE TO IMPROVE TEACHER SALARIES IN NEOLIBERAL TIMES?. Gavin, Mihajla.
Labour and Industry 29 (1) March 2019 pp. 19-33 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teacher unions; Activism; Industrial action; Strategies; Teacher salaries; Working conditions; Public education; Teaching profession; New South Wales; Education policy; Reform; History; Neoliberalism; Government attitudes; Research methodology; Interviews; Literature review; International comparisons. New South Wales Teachers' Federation (NSWTF); Union renewal; Conservative. [ID NO.:190385]


TRADE UNIONS


JOUR
CLASS WARFARE TRUMPS ECONOMIC LITERACY AT THE ACTU. Kates, Steven.
Quadrant (555) April 2019 pp. 41-44 (SEE Record 190056 - On fairness by Sally McManus).
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Activism; Campaigns; Equality; Working conditions; Wages; Political attitudes; Social issues; Political issues; Economic issues; Union movement; Employers; Mass media. Sally McManus; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); New South Wales Teachers' Federation (NSWTF). [ID NO.:190361]


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SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE TRANSNATIONALIZATION OF MASS ACTIVISM : TWITTER AND THE LABOUR MOVEMENT. Dahlberg-Grundbert, Michael; Lundstrom, Ragnar; Lindgren, Simon.
First Monday 21 (8) August 2016 12 p. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Activism; Internet; Campaigns; Research methodology; Mass media; Data collection; International comparisons; Labour movement; Organising; Communications; Union members; Human rights. Online activism; Social media; Twitter; Transnational movements. [ID NO.:190321]


JOUR
VOICE AND AGENCY : WORKERS WITH A DISABILITY AND TRADE UNIONISM. Brigden, Cathy.
Labour and Industry 29 (1) March 2019 pp. 118-131 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Disabilities; Organising; Activism; Strategies; Working conditions; Research methodology; Literature review; History; International comparisons; Mass media; Attitudes; Industrial relations; Labour movement; Trade unions; Union membership. Employee voice; Employee agency; Union representation; Employee rights; Blind Workers Unions in Australia. [ID NO.:190387]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


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ACACA REPORT : VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN SENIOR SECONDARY CERTIFICATES OF EDUCATION. Australasian Curriculum, Assessment and Certification Authorities (ACACA) VET Group. Sydney, NSW : NSW Education Standards Authority, April 2018. Electronic document ; tables.
ACACA Report 2018/3883.
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Secondary school students; Participation; Student completion; Recognition; Prior learning; Credit transfer; Student placement; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; Transitions; Employment; Quality assurance; Educational research; Government policy; Policy development. VET in Schools (VETiS); Senior Secondary Certificate of Education (SSCE); Registered training organisations (RTOs). [ID NO.:190331]


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A POLICY FRAMEWORK TO SUPPORT A NEW SOCIAL SETTLEMENT IN TAFE : A PAPER COMMISSIONED BY THE JOHN CAIN FOUNDATION. Wheelahan, Leesa.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 August 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Policy development; Reform; Research methodology; Political party policy; Public funding; State government; Teachers; Marketisation; Public opinion; Curriculum; Competency based education; Skill development; Student participation; Labour market; Transition. Kangan Committee; Whitlam government; Capabilities approach; For-profit; VET-FEE HELP. [ID NO.:190319]


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RISKS AND REWARDS : WHEN IS VOCATIONAL EDUCATION A GOOD ALTERNATIVE TO HIGHER EDUCATION?. Norton, Andrew; Cherastidtham, Ittima. [n.p.] : Grattan Institute, August 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Report No. 2019-06.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 190395 - Strengthening skills : expert review of Australia's vocational education and training system (Joyce Review)).
Link; accessed on 3 October 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Post-secondary education; Career guidance; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Student enrolment; Student participation; Tuition fees; Student completion; Research methodology; Data collection; School leavers; Student attrition; Student outcome; Gender; Graduates; Employment; Salaries; Unemployment; Government policy. Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Low ATAR; High ATAR; VET FEE-HELP; Underemployment. [ID NO.:190390]


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STRENGTHENING SKILLS : EXPERT REVIEW OF AUSTRALIA'S VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEM. Joyce, Stephen. Canberra, ACT : Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, April 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 October 2019
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Review; Secondary school students; Pathways; Educational disadvantage; Access; Participation; Student support; Career education; Educational research; Data collection; Policy development; Aboriginal students; Remote areas; Skill development; Qualifications; Employment; Government policy; Government funding; Quality assurance; Employers; Industry; OECD countries. VET in Schools; VET FEE-HELP; Registered Training Organisations (RTOs); Joyce review. [ID NO.:190395]


WOMEN


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CLOSING THE GENDER PAY GAP. Gale, Brett. [Sydney, NSW] : Chifley Research Centre, August 2019. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 October 2019
KEYWORDS: Employment; Participation; Women; Salaries; Sex discrimination; Gender inequality; Family responsibilities; Job insecurity; Research methodology; Data collection; Economic aspects; Policy development; International comparisons; Public policy; Employers; Accountability; Equal opportunity; Career development; Inequity. Gender pay gap; Unpaid work; Unconscious bias; Segregation; Economic disadvantage; Paid parental leave; Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA). [ID NO.:190396]


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PROGRESS OF THE WORLD'S WOMEN 2019-2020 : FAMILIES IN A CHANGING WORLD. UN Women. New York : UN Women, 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 October 2019
KEYWORDS: Women; Families; Change; Research methodology; International comparisons; Data collection; United Nations; Human rights; Diversity; Sex discrimination; Power; Employment; Inequality; Empowerment; Girls; Family relationship; Gender; Childcare; Migrants; Social security; Government policy; Feminism. Intersectionality; Patriarchy; Voice; Agency; Economic security; Work/family balance; Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). [ID NO.:190393]


JOUR
WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT, SEGREGATION AND SKILLS IN THE FUTURE OF WORK. Peetz, David; Murray, Georgina.
Labour and Industry 29 (1) March 2019 pp. 132-148 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Change; Gender; Women; Skills; Labour market; Technological change; Research methodology; Literature review; Data collection; International comparisons; Job security; Men; Employment projections. Sex segregation; Information and communication technology (ICT); Gender differences; Future of work. [ID NO.:190388]


YOUTH


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IMPROVING EDUCATIONAL CONNECTION FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN CUSTODY : FINAL REPORT. White, Julie (et.al.). [n.p.] : Victoria University, June 2019. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 September 2019
KEYWORDS: Youth; Prisoners; Human rights; Education systems; Access; Participation; Student engagement; Research methodology; Survey; Data collection; Student attitudes; Student background; Educational disadvantage; Student support; Educational achievement; Teachers; Pedagogy; Educational practice; Pathways; Employment; Social justice; Government role. UN Convention on the Rights of the Child; Youth justice; Teacher empathy; School connectedness; Parkville Youth Justice Precinct; Attitudes to School Survey (ATSS). [ID NO.:190375]


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