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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES
ACADEMICS
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
ECONOMICS
EDUCATION - GENERAL
EDUCATION – K12
EMPLOYMENT
HIGHER EDUCATION
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
LAW
POETRY
TEACHER UNIONS
TEACHERS
TRADE UNIONS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
WOMEN
YOUTH


ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES

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INDIGENOUS ELECTORAL POWER IN THE 2022 FEDERAL ELECTION : A GEOGRAPHIC SNAPSHOT OF LATENT POTENTIAL. Markham, Francis; Williamson, Bhiamie.
Canberra, ACT : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National University, May 2022. Electronic document : graphs.
Topical Issue no. 2/2022.


https://caepr.cass.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/docs/2022/5/CAEPR_TI_2_2022_Markham_and_Williamson.pdf ; accessed on 16 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Indigenous population; Enrolment rate; Demographics; Data collection; Elections; Voting; Participation; Aboriginal communities; Remote areas; Federal government Indigenous voters; Electoral power; Voter turnout; Census.
ID NO.: 220092


ACADEMICS

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RESEARCHING GENDER INEQUALITIES IN ACADEMIC LABOR DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC : AVOIDING COMMON PROBLEMS AND ASKING DIFFERENT QUESTIONS. Pereira, Maria do Mar.
Gender, Work & Organization 28 (S2) 2021 pp. 498–509

KEYWORDS: Academics; Gender inequality; Researchers; Productivity; Working conditions; Women; Family responsibilities; Higher education; Research; International comparisons Academic labour; Academic work; Academic inequalities; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220064


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

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THE ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF HIGH-QUALITY UNIVERSAL EARLY CHILD EDUCATION. Grudnoff, Matt.
Canberra, ACT : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, March 2022. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.


https://assets.nationbuilder.com/theausinstitute/pages/4012/attachments/original/1649119893/Economic_Aspects_of_ECEC_in_Australia_FINAL.pdf?1649119893 ; accessed on 13 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Economic benefits; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Childcare; Access; Fees; Families; Income; Labour force; Participation; Women; Gender; Labour supply; Educators; Teachers salary; Government policy; Funding; Policy development; International comparisons; OECD countries Universal early childhood education and care (ECEC); Under-funding; For-profit; Not-for-profit (NFP)
ID NO.: 220050



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EDUCATING FOR CARE : MEETING SKILLS SHORTAGES IN AN EXPANDING ECEC INDUSTRY. Dean, Mark.
Canberra, ACT : Carmichael Centre, Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, May 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables.


https://assets.nationbuilder.com/theausinstitute/pages/4026/attachments/original/1651640932/Educating_for_Care_FINAL.pdf?1651640932 ; accessed on 6 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Childcare; Preschools; Privatisation; Education markets; Federal government; Industry; Educators; Educational attainment; Labour market; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Skill development; Qualifications; Policy development; Trade unions Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Workforce development; For-profit; Skills shortage.
ID NO.: 220080



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ELECTION 2022 EDUCATION POLICY BRIEF : EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE. Mitchell Institute.
Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute for Education and Health Policy, Victoria Institute, 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables.


https://www.vu.edu.au/sites/default/files/election-2022-early-childhood-education-and-care-policy-mitchell-institue.pdf ; accessed on 13 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Childcare; Preschool education; Access; Costs; Research; Data collection; Demographics; Policy development; Elections; Government policy; Family income; Educators; Wages; Retention; Australian Labor Party (ALP) Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Child Care Subsidy (CCS); Workforce participation; For-profit; The Greens; Coalition Party.
ID NO.: 220088



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SETTING THE PRESCHOOL FOUNDATION FOR SUCCESS IN MATHEMATICS. Geary, David.
Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), March 2022. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Analysis Paper 34.


https://www.cis.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/ap34v2.pdf ; accessed on 13 April 2022
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Mathematics education; Child development; Parent child relationship; Home environment; Cognitive development; Preschool education; Student learning; Educational research
ID NO.: 220048



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"SPITTING OFF CASH" : WHERE DOES ALL THE MONEY GO IN AUSTRALIA'S EARLY LEARNING SECTOR? United Workers Union (UWU)
Docklands, Vic. : United Workers Union (UWU), Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.


https://bigsteps.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Spitting-off-cash-Where-does-all-the-money-go-in-Australias-early-learning-sector.pdf ; accessed on 29 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Childcare; Quality; Government funding; Education markets; Private sector; Standards; Employer attitudes; Research; Data collection; Educators; Working conditions; Morale; Wages; Awards Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Big Steps Campaign; COVID-19; JobKeeper; For-profit sector; Private equity; United Workers Union (UWU)
ID NO.: 220076



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SUPPORTING ALL CHILDREN TO THRIVE : THE IMPORTANCE OF EQUITY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. The Front Project.
[n.p.] : The Front Project, 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.


https://www.thefrontproject.org.au/media/attachments/2022/05/04/supporting-all-children-to-thrive-report.pdf ; accessed on 13 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Access; Participation; Child development; Cognitive development; Skill development; Educational disadvantage; Aboriginal children; Disabilities; Non-English speaking background (NESB); Socioeconomic status; Student behaviour; Health; Families; Educational research; Statistical analysis; Teachers Vulnerable children; At-risk; Social outcomes; Low SES; High SES; Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF); Australian Education Development Census (AEDC)
ID NO.: 220089


ECONOMICS

330.973 SHE
DON'T BUY IT : THE TROUBLE WITH TALKING NONSENSE ABOUT THE ECONOMY. Shenker-Osorio, Anat.
New York : PublicAffairs, 2012. xxv, 222 p.

KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Economy; United States of America; Government; Economic policy; Political party policies; Ideology; Communication; Inequality; Poverty; Discrimination; Education; Employment; Taxation; Wages; Unemployment Economic discourse; Progressives; Republican Party; The Democrats; Wealth.
ID NO.: 220079


 

EDUCATION – GENERAL

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GENDER REPORT : DEEPENING THE DEBATE ON THOSE STILL LEFT BEHIND. Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report.
Paris : UNESCO Publishing, 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.
Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report.


https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000381329?1=null&queryId=N-2034cb33-20c2-43be-8be5-609037491f32 ; accessed on 29 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Gender; Access; Equity; Human rights; Inequality; Poverty; Measurement techniques; Data collection; International comparisons; Disadvantaged students; Student participation; Student support; Disabilities; Student completion; Gender equality; Vocational education; Training; Educational attainment; Women; Adult education; University education; Policy framework; Government role Gender disparity; Inclusive education; COVID-19; School closures; Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Low income countries; Gender segregation; Gender gap; Gender-based violence (GBV); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)
ID NO.: 220072



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THE IMPACT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON EDUCATION : INTERNATIONAL EVIDENCE FROM THE RESPONSES TO EDUCATION DISRUPTION SURVEY (REDS) Meinck, Sabine; Fraillon, Julian; Strietholt, Rolf (eds.)
Paris : UNESCO, International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), 2022. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Change; Equity; Online education; Student learning; Student progress; Educational disadvantage; Socioeconomic status; Wellbeing; Information technology; Transitions; Inequality; Teacher student relationship; Teacher workload; Educational research; Data collection; International comparisons; Policy development Remote learning; School closures; COVID-19; Responses to Education Disruption Survey (REDS)
ID NO.: 220070



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NON-STATE ACTORS IN EDUCATION : WHO CHOOSES? : WHO LOSES? Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report.
2nd ed. Paris : UNESCO Publishing, 2021. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.
Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report 2021/2.

Summary: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000380076?posInSet=2&queryId=N-2034cb33-20c2-43be-8be5-609037491f32 ; accessed on 29 April 2022
Report: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000379875?posInSet=3&queryId=N-2034cb33-20c2-43be-8be5-609037491f32 ; accessed on 29 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational research; Public schools; Private schools; Independent schools; Governance; Equity; School choice; Education funding; Privatisation; Private sector; Public opinion; Rights to education; Investment; Poverty; Socioeconomic background; Student enrolment; Student learning; Student performance; Data collection; Statistical analysis; International comparisons; Tutoring; Parent role; Vocational education; Tertiary education; Teachers Non-state actors; For-profit; Low fee schools; Segregation; Wealth; Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 4.
ID NO.: 220073



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REINVIGORATING AND REIMAGINING OUR SCHOOLS : A VISION FOR POST-PANDEMIC SCHOOLING IN AUSTRALIA. Jackson, Jen; Matthews, Hannah; Ryan, Juliana; Macklin, Sergio; Brown, Claire.
Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute for Education and Health Policy, Victoria University, May 2022. Electronic document ; tables.


https://www.vu.edu.au/sites/default/files/reinvigorating-reimagining-school-education.pdf  ; accessed on 15 June 2022

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Education policy; Teachers; Students; Leadership; Equity; Innovation; Curriculum COVID 19; Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics (STEAM); Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership AITSL.
ID NO.: 220107


 EDUCATION – K12

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HANDBOOK OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY IN SCHOOLS : SUPPORTING PROCESS AND PRACTICE. Allen, Kelly-Ann; Furlong, Michael J.; Vella-Brodrick, Dianne; Suldo, Shannon M. (eds.)
3rd ed. New York : Routledge, 2022. Electronic document : ill., tables.
Educational Psychology Handbook.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; School environment; Student learning; Student support; Wellbeing; Student engagement; Social development; Mental health; Cognitive development; Student outcome; Teachers; Teaching practice; Educational research; Case studies Inclusive education; Positive psychology; Student voice.
ID NO.: 220065



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SCHOOL STRIKE 4 CLIMATE : THE INTERSECTION OF EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP AND THE AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM. Menzie-Ballantyne; Ham, Miriam.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 38 (1) March 2022 pp. 85-95

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Citizenship education; Pedagogy; Student learning; Literacy; Numeracy; Skills; Knowledge; Environmental issues; Teacher education; Preservice teachers Australian curriculum; School Strike 4 Climate (SS4C); Climate chance; Education for sustainable development (ESD); Education for global citizenship (EGC); Global issues; Program of International Student Assessment (PISA)
ID NO.: 220060



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SCOTT MORRISON'S RECORD ON SCHOOL FUNDING : $6.5 BILLION EVERY YEAR IN PUBLIC SCHOOL NEGLECT & $10 BILLION IN PRIVATE SCHOOL CASH HANDOUTS. Rorris, Adam.
[n.p. : Adam Rorris], April 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables.


https://www.aeufederal.org.au/application/files/1116/5104/1199/AEU216_Morrison_Funding_Report.pdf ; accessed on 29 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Public schools; Private schools; Education funding; History; Education policy; School choice; Commonwealth government; Liberal Party; Political attitudes; Research methodology; Data collection; Statistical analysis; State government; Socioeconomic status; Student learning; Student achievement Affordability; Rich schools; Schooling Resource Standard (SRS); Gonski model; JobKeeper; Coalition Party.
ID NO.: 220071



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SPOTLIGHT : WELLBEING IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL)
[n.p.] : Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), March 2022. Electronic document ; graphs.


https://www.aitsl.edu.au/research/spotlights/wellbeing-in-australian-schools ; accessed on 13 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Student experience; Child development; Wellbeing; Mental health; Programs; Student support; Academic achievement; School environment; Teacher support; Educators; Teachers; Research
ID NO.: 220067



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YEAR 12 MATHEMATICS PARTICIPATION REPORT CARD : MATHEMATICS ENROLMENTS REACH ALL-TIME LOW. Wienk, Maaike.
[n.p.] : Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI), April 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables.


https://amsi.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/year-12-participation-2022.pdf ; accessed on 9 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Mathematics education; Year 12; Student learning; Student enrolment; Girls; Student participation; Data collection; Statistical analysis; Gender; Student completion; Academic aspirations; Sciences education; Higher education
ID NO.: 220083


EMPLOYMENT

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THE AUSTRALIAN LABOUR MARKET IN 2021. Birch, Elisa Rose; Preston, Alison.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2022 pp. 1-20

KEYWORDS: Employment patterns; Unemployment; Labour market; Review; Data collection; Labour force; Economic conditions; Women; Youth; Wages; Casual employment; Employers Underutilisation; Underemployment; Gender wage gap; National minimum wage (NMW); Job losses; Skills shortage; JobKeeper; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220090



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CASUAL TRUTHS : WHAT DO THE DATA ON CASUAL EMPLOYMENT REALLY MEAN? Peetz, David; May, Robyn.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2022 pp. 1-25

KEYWORDS: Casual employment; Data collection; Statistical analysis; Employees; Job insecurity; Working hours; Awards; Wages; Courts; Regulations; Employers; International comparisons; OECD countries; Gender; Precarious employment; Casualisation; Trade unions Employee rights; Leave entitlements; Casual loading; Flexibility; Leave-deprived employees; Atypical employment; Contingent work; Temporary employment; Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)
ID NO.: 220097



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COVID-NORMAL WORKPLACES : SHOULD WORKING FROM HOME BE A 'COLLECTIVE FLEXIBILITY'? Williamson, Sue; Pearce, Alicia.
Journal of Industrial Relations April 2022 pp. 1-12

KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Working conditions; Awards; Employer employee relationship; Negotiation; Employer attitudes; Industrial instruments; Regulations; Trade unions; Collective bargaining; Research; International comparisons COVID-19; Coronavirus pandemic; Working from home (WFH); Individual flexibility; 'Collective flexibility'; Fair Work Act 2009; Right to request; National Employment Standards (NES); Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)
ID NO.: 220069



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MORRISON MISSING IN ACTION ON WAGES. Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)
Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), May 2022. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Morrison missing in action.


https://www.australianunions.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Morrison-Missing-in-Action-on-Wages.pdf ; accessed on 9 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Job insecurity; Casualisation; Research methodology; Survey; Data collection; Wages; Working conditions; Collective bargaining; Living standards; Trade unions; Employer attitudes; Liberal Party; Government role Gender pay gap; Underemployment; Wage stagnation; Coaltion Party; Morrison missing in action.
ID NO.: 220082



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MORRISON'S RECORD OF FAILURE ON SECURE JOBS. Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)
Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), April 2022. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Morrison missing in action.


https://www.actu.org.au/media/1449965/final_mia_securejobs_april_2022-compressed.pdf ; accessed on 13 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Job insecurity; Casualisation; Research methodology; Survey; Data collection; Wages; Working conditions; Living standards; Employers; Government role Insecure work; Gig economy; Underemployed; Fixed-term contracts; Labour hire; JobKeeper; Coalition Party.
ID NO.: 220052



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UNBUNDLING WORKPLACE CONFLICT : EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GRIEVANCES AND NON-STRIKE INDUSTRIAL ACTIONS AND THE MODERATING EFFECT OF VOICE MECHANISMS. Noh, Sung-Chul; Hebdon, Robert.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2022 pp. 1-16

KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Working conditions; Working hours; Wages; Grievance; Management; Industrial relations; Employers; Trade unions; Research; Collective bargaining Employee voice; Collective action; Non-union workplaces; Non-strike industrial action; Workplace conflict; Workplace justice; Flexible hours; Alternative dispute resolution (ADR); High-involvement work systems (HIWS); Union density; Union decline.
ID NO.: 220095



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THE WAGES CRISIS : REVISITED. Stewart, Andrew; Stanford, Jim; Hardy, Tess.
[n.p.] : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables.

This report updates and supplements analysis originally contained in the original book..
SEE Record 190389 - The wages crisis in Australia : what it is and what to do about it, 2018)


https://assets.nationbuilder.com/theausinstitute/pages/4033/attachments/original/1652197383/Wages_Crisis_Revisited_Formatted.pdf?1652197383 ; accessed on 13 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Employment; Wages; Research methodology; Data collection; History; Minimum wage; Regulations; Economic conditions; Government role; Collective bargaining; Power; Labour market; Trade unions; Industrial action; Employees; Employer attitudes COVID-19; Job losses; JobKeeper; Gender pay gap; Wage stagnation; Underpayment; Wage theft; Pay equity; Wage suppression; Coalition Party; Fair Work Act 2009; The Omnibus Bill.
ID NO.: 220084

HIGHER EDUCATION

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AT THE CROSSROADS : WHAT IS THE POST-COVID FUTURE OF AUSTRALIA'S PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES? Littleton, Eliza.
Manuka, ACT : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, April 2022. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.


https://assets.nationbuilder.com/theausinstitute/pages/4021/attachments/original/1650674609/At_the_Crossroads_-_FINAL.pdf?1650674609 ; accessed on 27 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Public education; Universities; Revenue; Government funding; Government attitudes; Privatisation; Student enrolment; Student fees; International students; Academics; University staff; Workload; Casualisation; Job insecurity; Gender; Policy development; Governance; University research; Commercialisation National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU); Wage theft; COVID-19; Job-Ready Graduates (JRG) package; Job losses; Border closures; JobKeeper.
ID NO.: 220051



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AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITY STAFF JOB LOSSES EXCEED PANDEMIC FINANCIAL OUTCOMES. Larkins, Frank.
[n.p.] : Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne, 2022. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.


https://melbourne-cshe.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0016/4111522/staff-job-losses-2019-2021.pdf ; accessed on 9 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Finances; Reform; Academics; Academic staff; University staff; Casual staff; Employment benefits; Redundancy; Research; Statistical analysis; Student fees; Student enrolment Job losses; Full time equivalent (FTE); Restructuring; COVID-19 pandemic.
ID NO.: 220081



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THE DISTRIBUTED UNIVERSITY FOR SUSTAINABLE HIGHER EDUCATION. Heller, Richard Frederick.
Singapore : Springer, 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs.
SpringerBriefs in Education.


https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-16-6506-6 ; accessed on 18 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Management; Competition; Inequality; Commercialisation; Educational research; International comparisons; Government funding; Academics; Workload; Student learning; Student fees; International students; Student background; Educational needs 'Distributed university'; Sustainable development; Low-income countries.
ID NO.: 220099



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EQUITY IMPLICATIONS OF NON-ATAR PATHWAYS : PARTICIPATION, ACADEMIC OUTCOMES, AND STUDENT EXPERIENCE. Li, Ian W.; Carroll, David R.; Jackson, Denise.
Perth, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), Curtin University, 2022. Electronic document : ill., tables.


https://www.ncsehe.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Li_UWA_Final.pdf ; accessed on 27 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Higher education; University admission; Pathways; Equity; Student enrolment; Student background; Disabilities; Aboriginal students; Non-English speaking background (NESB); Disadvantaged students; Gender; Retention; Student experiences; Student outcome; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Research; Survey; Data collection; Policy development Low SES; Regional and remote students; Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM); Widening participation; Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR)
ID NO.: 220066



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EXPAND UNIVERSITY PLACES WITHOUT BLOWING OUT BUDGETS : THE 1/1 POLICY FOR UNDERGRADUATE REFORM. Babones, Salvatore.
Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), March 2022. Electronic document ; tables.
Electronic Paper 186.


https://www.cis.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/op186.pdf ; accessed on 13 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Higher education; University education; Education funding; Commonwealth government; Undergraduate students; Policy development; Education markets; Student enrolment; Educational outcomes; International students; Vocational education Bachelor degrees; Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Commonwealth supported places (CSP); 1/1 policy.
ID NO.: 220049



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EXPAND UNIVERSITY PLACES WITHOUT BLOWING OUT BUDGETS : THE 1/1 POLICY FOR UNDERGRADUATE REFORM. Babones, Salvatore.
Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), March 2022. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
CIS Occasional Paper 186.

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Government policy; Reform; Funding Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency TEQSA; Department of Education, Skills and Employment DESE; Commonwealth supported places CSP; Higher Education Loan Program HELP; Commonwealth state funding; University places.
ID NO.: 220106


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

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EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYER ASSOCIATION MATTERS IN 2021. Barry, Michael; Gould, Ryan.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2022 pp. 1-16

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employers; Employer attitudes; Lobbying; Legislation; Employees; Awards; Minimum wage; Casual employment; Enterprise agreements; Employment patterns; Courts; Government policy Employer associations; Workpac; Omnibus Bill; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Better off Overall Test (BOOT); Wage theft; COVID-19; JobKeeper; Mandatory vaccination; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); COSBOA-ACTU deal; Australian Industry Group (Group); Australian Higher Education Industrial Association (AHEIA)
ID NO.: 220093



R 344.9401 FAI 2021
FAIR WORK LEGISLATION 2021-22: CURRENT TO 20 AUGUST 2021. Rinaldi, Mark; Lambropoulos, Victoria; Millar, Rohan; Neal, Aaron (eds.)
Sydney, NSW : Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia Limited, 2021. cxv, 2389 p.
(Index)

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour law; Regulations; Collective bargaining; Enterprise agreements; Unfair dismissal; Minimum wage; Industrial action; Gender equality; Workplace relations; Review; Legislation; Trade unions; Governance Fair Work Act 2009; Paid parental leave; National employment standards (NES); Modern awards; Better off overall test (BOOT); Fair Work Commission (FWC); COVID-19; JobKeeper; Omnibus Bill.
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INDUSTRIAL LEGISLATION IN AUSTRALIA, 2021. McCrystal, Shae; Tracey, Daniel.
Journal of Industrial Relations

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Legislation; Reform; Commonwealth government; Political attitudes; State government; Casual employment; Employees; Employers; Labour law; Trade unions; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Political parties; Occupational health and safety; Human rights Coalition Party; Fair Work Act 2009; Greenfields agreements; Labour hire; Paid parental leave; Underpayment of wages; Wage theft; Better off overall test (BOOT); Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); Jobkeeper; COVID-19; Fair Work Act 2009; Omnibus Bill.
ID NO.: 220103



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MAJOR COURT AND TRIBUNAL DECISIONS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2021. Golding, Gabrielle.
Journal of Industrial Relations April 2022 pp. 1-14

KEYWORDS: Employment status; High Court; Casual employment; Employment contracts; Industrial relations; Employees; Employer employee relationship; Working conditions; Academics; Academic freedom; Unfair dismissal; Courts; Sexual harassment COVID-19; Coronavirus pandemic; Mandatory vaccination; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Ridd v James Cook University (2021); Workpac Pty Ltd v Rossato (2021)
ID NO.: 220068


LAW

344.9407 MIL
TEACHERS, STUDENTS AND THE LAW : A QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR AUSTRALIAN TEACHERS. Millane, Vivien.
5th ed. Camberwell, Vic. : ACER Press, 2021. vii, 168 p.

KEYWORDS: Law; Teachers; Duty of care; Teacher responsibility; Professional standards; Students; Discipline; Discrimination; Education; Legal education; Legal issues; Legal responsibility; Legislation
ID NO.: 220078


POETRY

821.9208 FAL
COMMUNISTS LIKE US. Falzon, John.
Crawley, WA : UWA Publishing, 2017. 116 p.
UWAP Poetry Series.

KEYWORDS: Poetry Fiction; Political engagement.
ID NO.: 220100


TEACHER UNIONS

AEU 2022
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION : 38TH ANNUAL FEDERAL CONFERENCE : 1-3 APRIL 2022, AEU VICTORIAN BRANCH OFFICE, ABBOTSFORD, VICTORIA.
Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), 2022. var. pag.

KEYWORDS: Public education; Conference papers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU) Carmichael Centre explainers kit (Centre for Future Work)
ID NO.: 220075



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THE PANDEMIC-MOVING FORWARD: GOVERNMENTS AND TEACHER UNIONS WORKING TOGETHER TO LEAVE NO-ONE BEHIND : A BRIEFING BY EDUCATION INTERNATIONAL.
Brussels : Education International (EI), 2022. Electronic document.


https://www.ei-ie.org/en/item/26465:the-pandemic-moving-forward-governments-and-teacher-unions-working-together-to-leave-no-one-behind  ; accessed 27 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Teacher unions; Teachers; Education; Disadvantaged background; Equity; Inclusion International Summit on the Teaching Profession 2022; Education International (EI); Continuing Professional Learning and Development CPLD; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development OECD; Future of education; Curriculum reform; Digital learning; COVID 19 pandemic; Lockdowns.
ID NO.: 220105


 

TEACHERS

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COLLABORATING FOR POLICY IMPACT : ACADEMIC PRACTITIONER COLLABORATION IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS RESEARCH. McGrath-Champ, Susan; Gavin, Mihajla; Stacey, Meghan; Wilson, Rachel.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2022 pp. 1-26

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Academic research; Academics; Trade unions; Teacher unions; New South Wales; Strategies; Power; Campaigns; Education policy; Union members; Teaching profession; Teacher workload; Working conditions; Policy development; Neoliberalism; Government role; Political parties; Elections Academic-practitioner collaboration; Union renewal; NSW Teachers’ Federation (NSWTF)
ID NO.: 220096



JOUR
FROM MARKETISING TO EMPOWERING : EVALUATING UNION RESPONSES TO DEVOLUTIONARY POLICIES IN EDUCATION. Gavin, Mihajla; Fitzgerald, Scott; McGrath-Champ, Susan.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 33 (1) March 2022 pp. 80-99

KEYWORDS: Public education; Devolution; Reform; Governance; Teacher unions; Power; Campaigns; Organising; Educational change; Empowerment; New South Wales; Education policy; Political parties; Public sector; Neoliberalism; Marketisation; Research methodology; History; Data collection; Union membership; Industrial action Teachers' work; New Public Management (NPM); NSW Teachers’ Federation (NSWTF); Union power; Local Schools, Local Decisions (LSLD); Scott Review.
ID NO.: 220053



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'I CANNOT SUSTAIN THE WORKLOAD AND THE EMOTIONAL TOLL' : REASONS BEHIND AUSTRALIAN TEACHERS' INTENTIONS TO LEAVE THE PROFESSION. Heffernan, Amanda (et.al.)
Australian Journal of Education May 2022 pp. 1-14

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Survey; Data collection; Teacher workload; Stress; Wellbeing; Teacher attitudes; Teacher burnout; Teacher attrition; Career path; Teacher shortage; Teacher retention; Teacher status; Work value; Mass media; Government attitudes; Student learning; Student outcome Teacher turnover; Work/life balance; Teachers' work.
ID NO.: 220098



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WORKFORCE SURVEY : WHY TEACHERS ARE LEAVING THE INDUSTRY? Hanlon, James.
[n.p.] : ClassCover, 2022. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.


https://cdn-res.keymedia.com/cms/files/au/130/0418_637843781144571062.pdf ; accessed on 13 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Teachers; Survery; Data collection; Perception; Working conditions; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Teacher retention; Teacher workload; Teacher salaries; Teacher support; Information technology; Teacher retirement; Student behaviour; Parent attitudes; Student needs; Classroom management COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
ID NO.: 220062


TRADE UNIONS

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HOW DO TRADE UNIONS MANAGE THEMSELVES? : A STUDY OF AUSTRALIAN UNIONS' ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICES. Bamber, Greg J.; Jerrard, Marjorie A.; Clark, Paul F.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2022 pp. 1-22

KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Survey; Management; Governance; Accountability; Regulations; Government policy; Legislation; Union membership; Research; Data collection; International comparisons Human resource management (HRM); Union administration; Administrative practices; Professional staff; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU); Union renewal; Fair Work (Registered Organisations [RO]) Act 2009; Compliance.
ID NO.: 220077



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UNIONS AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN AUSTRALIA IN 2021. Gavin, Mihajla.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2022 pp. 1-18

KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Strategies; Collective bargaining; Enterprise agreements; Review; Data collection; Union members; Union membership; Governance; Industrial disputes; Wages; Job insecurity; Casual employment; Law; Industrial relations; Outsourcing; Employers; Federal government Union policy; Low wages; Wage theft; Union density; Omnibus Bill; Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Commission (FWC); COVID-19; Mandatory vaccination; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)
ID NO.: 220091


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

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TRADING UP : FREE TAFE. Buckland, Michael.
[n.p.] : The McKell Institute, December 2021. Electronic document : graphs, tables.

https://mckellinstitute.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Free-TAFE-Report-format-v14-1.pdf ; accessed on 13 April 2022

KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Access; Fees; Student enrolment; Student participation; Skill development; Research; Statistical analysis; Federal state relationship; Education funding; Policy development; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; Victoria; New South Wales Free TAFE; JobTrainer; Skills shortage; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220063



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VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TEACHERS: PERSPECTIVES ON THE STANDING OF THEIR EDUCATIONAL SECTOR AND HOW IT MIGHT BE IMPROVED. Billett, Stephen; Choy, Sarojni; Hai Le, Anh; Hodge, Steven.
International Journal of Training Research 72 (2) May 2020 pp. 161-169

KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Pathways; Career development; Career choice; Career counselling; Teacher perception Post school pathways.
ID NO.: 220104


WOMEN

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ADDRESSING AUSTRALIA'S CRITICAL SKILL SHORTAGES : UNLOCKING WOMEN'S ECONOMIC PARTICIPATION. Jackson, Angela; Impact Economics and Policy.
[n.p.] : Chief Executive Women (CEW), April 2022. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.


https://cew.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Chief_Executive_Women_RESEARCH_REPORT.pdf ; accessed on 13 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Participation; Qualifications; Labour market; Wages; Working hours; Working conditions; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Childcare; Costs; Sexual harassment; Policy development; Men Economic participation; Paid parental leave; Skills shortage; Low wages; Gender pay gap; Care sector.
ID NO.: 220086



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THE GLASS CLIFF ELECTION : RESEARCH POLICY BRIEF : WOMEN CANDIDATES RUNNING IN UNWINNABLE SEATS IN THE 2022 FEDERAL ELECTION. The Global Institute for Women's Leadership.
Acton, ACT : The Global Institute for Women's Leadership, Australian National University, May 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs.

https://giwl.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/docs/2022/5/Glass%20Cliff%20Candidates.pdf ; accessed on 13 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Political parties; Politicians; Gender; Women; Elections; Data collection; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Liberal Party; Men The Greens; Coalition Party; Safe seats; 'Glass Cliff Candidates'
ID NO.: 220087



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INVISIBLE WOMEN : DATA BIAS IN A WORLD DESIGNED FOR MEN. Criado-Perez, Caroline.
New York : Abrams Press, 2019. xix, 419 p.

KEYWORDS: Gender inequality; Sex discrimination; Women; Research; Social aspects; Bias; Discrimination Data mining; Male domination.
ID NO.: 220101
BORROWER: Emma Lowe; AEU Federal;
Due Date: 25/06/2022



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SEE WHAT YOU MADE ME DO : POWER, CONTROL AND DOMESTIC ABUSE. Hill, Jess.
Carlton, VIC : Black Inc, 2019. viii, 402 p.

KEYWORDS: Family violence; Child abuse; Emotional abuse Domestic violence; Coercive control; Marital violence; Abuse.
ID NO.: 220102
BORROWER: Emma Lowe; AEU Federal;
Due Date: 25/06/2022



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WOMEN @ WORK 2022 : A GLOBAL OUTLOOK. Parmelee, Michele; Codd, Emma.
[n.p.] : Deloitte, 2022. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.


https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/global/Documents/deloitte-women-at-work-2022-a-global-outlook.pdf ; accessed on 13 May 2022

KEYWORDS: Women; Survey; Research methodology; Data collection; International comparisons; Employment; Gender equality; Wellbeing; Job satisfaction; Workload; Working hours; Harassment; Stress; Mental health; Employers; Ethnic groups Flexibility; Work/life balance; Burnout; Career progression; Work from home (WFH); Non-inclusive behaviours; Hybrid work environment; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220085



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WOMEN, WORK AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2021. Lee, Talara; Good, Laura; Lipton, Briony; Cooper, Rai.
Journal of Industrial Relations May 2022 pp. 1-16

KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Gender inequality; Review; Labour force; Participation; Working hours; Sexual harassment; Workplace environment; Industrial relations; Budgets; Sex discrimination; Government policy; Government attitudes Job losses; Pay gap; Paid parental leave; Economic security; Work intensification; Work from home (WFM); Feminised sector; Respect@work; COVID-19; Unpaid work; Domestic violence; Fair Work Act 2009.
ID NO.: 220094


YOUTH

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FROM APATHY THROUGH ANXIETY TO ACTION : EMOTIONS AS MOTIVATORS FOR YOUTH CLIMATE STRIKE LEADERS. Bright, Maria L.; Eames, Chris.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 38 (1) March 2022 pp. 13-25

KEYWORDS: Youth; Activism; Environmental issues; Perception; Mental health; Pedagogy; Educational research; Literature review; Environmental education; Student engagement; Student attitudes; Social justice; Teachers; Educators; Government role Student voice; Political agency; Social media; Climate change; Climate action; Climate strikes; Climate crisis; Pedagogy of discomfort.
ID NO.: 220061



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MORE LEARNING, LESS ACTIVISM : NARRATIVES OF CHILDHOOD IN AUSTRALIAN MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SCHOOL STRIKE FOR CLIMATE. Alexander, Nita; Petray, Theresa; McDowall, Ailie.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 38 (1) March 2022 pp. 96-111

KEYWORDS: Children; Youth; Students; Activism; Protests; Strikes; Environmental issues; Environmental education; Parent role; Teachers; Mass media; Attitudes; Research; Case study; Public opinion; Political issues; Politicians Student voice; Agency; Disempowered; School Strike 4 Climate (SS4C); Climate change; Narratives; Political participation.
ID NO.: 220058



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SCHOOL STRIKE FOR CLIMATE : A RECKONING FOR EDUCATION. Verlie, Blanche; Flynn, Alicia.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 38 (1) March 2022 pp. 1-12

KEYWORDS: Youth; Activism; Protests; Environmental issues; Empowerment; Environmental education; Education systems; Student learning; Pedagogy; Educational innovation; Teachers; Researchers; Political issues; Indigenous population Student voice; School Strike 4 Climate (SS4C); Climate change; Climate justice; Fridays for future; Greta Thunberg.
ID NO.: 220059



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SCHOOL STRIKE FOR CLIMATE ARE LEADING THE WAY : HOW THEIR PEOPLE POWER STRATEGIES ARE GENERATING DISTINCTIVE PATHWAYS FOR LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT. Tattersall, Amanda; Hinchliffe, Jean; Yajman, Varsha.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 38 (1) March 2022 pp. 40-56

KEYWORDS: Youth; Students; Activism; Protests; Strikes; Environmental issues; Leadership; Social movements; Strategies; Research; Survey; Political issues; Politicians; Lobbying; Mass media Collective action; People power; School Strike 4 Climate (SS4C); Climate change; Climate justice; Social media.
ID NO.: 220057



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SCHOOL STRIKERS ENACTING POLITICS FOR CLIMATE JUSTICE : DARING TO THINK DIFFERENTLY ABOUT EDUCATION. White, Peta J.; Ferguson, Joseph P.; O'Connor Smith, Niamh; O'Shea Carre, Harriet.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 38 (1) March 2022 pp. 26-39

KEYWORDS: Youth; Environmental issues; Activism; Identity; Strikes; Protests; Students; Interviews; Perception; Empowerment; Politics; Education systems; Academics; Curriculum; Science education; Teacher education; Preservice teachers Climate change; Civil disobedience; Political agency; School Strike 4 Climate - Australia (SS4C)
ID NO.: 220056



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SUSTAINING THE OLD WORLD, OR IMAGINING A NEW ONE? : THE TRANSFORMATIVE LITERACIES OF THE CLIMATE STRIKES. Bowman, Benjamin; Germaine, Chloe.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 38 (1) March 2022 pp. 70-84

KEYWORDS: Environmental issues; Youth; Activism; Democracy; Educational innovation; Education systems; Pedagogy; Environmental education; Civics education; Literacy; Student engagement; Political issues; Educators; Teachers Civic participation; Climate change; Climate strikes; School strikes; Dissent.
ID NO.: 220055



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TOWARDS A THEORY OF CRITICAL ENERGY LITERACY : THE YOUTH STRIKE FOR CLIMATE, RENEWABLE ENERGY AND BEYOND. Lowan-Trudeau, Gregory; Fowler, Teresa Anne.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 38 (1) March 2022 pp. 58-68

KEYWORDS: Environmental issues; Youth; Activism; Education systems; Pedagogy; Environmental education; Science education; Literacy; Student learning; Student engagement; Educational innovation; Mass media; Teachers; Canada Youth Strike for Climate; Climate change; Renewable energy; Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Critical energy literacy; School Strike for Climate (SS4C); Critical media literacy.
ID NO.: 220054


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