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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES
ACADEMICS
APPRENTICESHIPS
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
EDUCATION GENERAL
EDUCATION K-12
EMPLOYMENT
GENDER
HIGHER EDUCATION
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
LAW
TEACHERS
TRADE UNIONS
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
YOUTH


 

ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES

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ABORIGINAL CULTURAL EDUCATORS TEACHING THE TEACHERS : MOBILISNG A COLLABORATIVE CULTURAL MENTORING PROGRAM
TO AFFECT CHANGE. Burgess, Cathie; Harwood, Valerie.
The Australian Educational Researcher December 2021 pp. 1-18

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Mentors; Professional learning; Teaching practice; Pedagogy; Teacher student relationship; Research; Data collection; Aboriginal students; Educational disadvantage; Student outcomes; Aboriginal families; Aboriginal communities; Aboriginal culture; Aboriginal teachers; Racial discrimination Non-Aboriginal teachers; Cultural competence; Cultural mentoring; Indigenous students; Connecting to Country (CTC); Aboriginal cultural mentoring project.
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BUILDING A CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE AUSTRALIAN TEACHING WORKFORCE : FINAL REPORT FOR INDIGENOUS CULTURAL COMPETENCY PROJECT. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL)
Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL), June 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs.

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Educators; Cultural awareness; Professional standards; Educational research; Policy development; Curriculum; Resources; Aboriginal teachers; Racism; Bias; Identity; Aboriginal students; Aboriginal communities Initial teacher education (ITE); Anti-racism; School leadership; Non-Indigenous teachers; Cultural competency; Culturally responsive pedagogy (CRP)
ID NO.: 220150



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FIRST IN FAMILY, FIRST FOR FAMILY : INDIGENOUS ACADEMIC WOMEN'S LEGACY MOTIVATION. Thunig, Amy.
The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 51 (1) 2022 pp. 1-19

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Aboriginal women; Interviews; Perception; Educational achievement; University staff; Workplace environment; University education; Aboriginal students; Student enrolment; Retention; Career choice; Aboriginal communities; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Indigenous academics; Indigenous research; First-in-Family (FiF); Indigenous voice; Non-Indigenous; Decolonisation.
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OVERREPRESENTATION OF INDIGENOUS STUDENTS IN SCHOOL SUSPENSION, EXCLUSION, AND ENROLMENT CANCELLATION
IN QUEENSLAND : IS THERE A CASE FOR SYSTEMIC INCLUSIVE SCHOOL REFORM? Graham, Linda J.; Killingly, Callula; Laurens, Kristin R.; Sweller, Naomi. The Australian Educational Researcher January 2022 pp. 1-35

KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Education systems; Student enrolment; Aboriginal students; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Queensland; Student behaviour; Student background; Racial discrimination; Racial bias; Teacher student relationship; Teacher attitudes; Human rights; Educational reform; Government policy; International comparisons; United States Indigenous students; Suspensions; Exclusion; Enrolment cancellation; Overrepresentation; Student disengagement; Inclusive education; Non-Indigenous; "School-to-prison pipeline"; Criminal justice system.
ID NO.: 220165


ACADEMICS

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BLURRING BOUNDARIES : WORK-LIFE BALANCE AND UNBOUNDED WORK IN ACADEMIA. : THE ROLE OF FLEXIBILITY, ORGANISATIONAL SUPPORT AND GENDER. Johnston, Karen (et.al.) Labour and Industry 32 (2) 2022 pp. 139-155

KEYWORDS: Academics; Survey; Perception; Gender; Universities; Employees; Working hours; Workload; Workplace environment; United Kingdom Academia; Work/life balance; Female academics; Academic careers; Flexibility; Organisational support; Unbounded work context; Flexible work arrangements; Work/family conflict; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220167



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LIFE AT THE ACADEMIC COALFACE : VALIDATION OF A HOLISTIC ACADEMIC WORKLOAD ESTIMATION TOOL. Kenny, John; Fluck, Andrew Edward. Higher Education August 2022 pp. 1-20

KEYWORDS: Academics; University teaching; Researchers; Academic performance; Research methodology; Interviews; Statistical analysis; Working hours; Workplace environment; Autonomy; Work value; Gender; University administration Academic workload estimation tool (AWET); Academic work; Academic service; Performance management; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220159



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RAISING AN INDIGENOUS ACADEMIC COMMUNITY : A STRENGTH-BASED APPROACH TO INDIGENOUS EARLY CAREER
MENTORING IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Povey, Rhonda (et.al.) The Australian Educational Researcher July 2022 pp. 1-16


KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Researchers; Mentors; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Research methodology; Interviews; Data collection; Equity; Perception; Universities; Workplace environment; Retention; Career development; Racial discrimination; Aboriginal culture; Colonialism Indigenous academics; Indigenous mentors; Early career researchers (ECRs); Cultural capital; Community cultural Wealth (CCW)
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TEACHING ACADEMICS IN HIGHER EDUCATION : RESISTING TEACHING AT THE EXPENSE OF RESEARCH. Rogers, Bev; Swain, Katharine. The Australian Educational Researcher August 2021 pp. 1-17

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Academic staff; University teaching; Change; Workload; Work value; Workplace environment; Universities; Restructuring; Financial resources; Researchers; Research methodology; Data collection; University students Teaching-only roles; Teaching academics; Teaching focused; Teaching Specialists (TS); Academic workforce; National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU); COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220154


APPRENTICESHIPS

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WORKING, LEARNING : BETTER SUPPORTING VICTORIAN APPRENTICES ON THE JOB. McKell Institute Victoria. World Square, NSW : McKell Institute Victoria, September 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables.

KEYWORDS: Employment; Apprenticeships; Apprentices; Skill development; Working conditions; Workplace environment; Bullying; Stress; Harassment; Wages; Retention; Employers; Employer attitudes; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Research; Data collection; Government policy; Regulations; Reform; Policy development Completion rates; Unpaid wages; Unpaid TAFE fees; Young Workers Centre; Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority (VRQA)
ID NO.: 220189


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

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HOLDING THE BABY : AUSTRALIA'S EARLY CHILDHOOD DIVIDE. Lee, Bri.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 60-72

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Preschool education; Access; Equity; Women; Mothers; Family responsibilities; Childcare; Educational outcomes; Parental education; Research; Investment; Bias; Education policy; Government attitudes; International comparisons; OECD countries Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Caring responsibilities; Child Care Subsidy (CCS)
ID NO.: 220172



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THE READING REVOLUTION : HOW CHANGE BEGINS WITH THE UNDER-FIVES. Keenan, Catherine. Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 48-59

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Child development; Reading materials; Access; Literacy; Language skills; Parent role; Educational outcomes; Disadvantaged communities; Aboriginal communities; Libraries; Library services; Policy development; Government role Book-gifting programs; Indigenous Literacy Foundation; Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters (HIPPY); National Early Language and Literacy Coalition (NELLC)
ID NO.: 220171


EDUCATION GENERAL

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5-YEAR PRODUCTIVITY INQUIRY : FROM LEARNING TO GROWTH : INTERIM REPORT. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, September 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Interim report no. 5.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Productivity; Inquiry; Economic conditions; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Policy development; Skill development; Lifelong learning; Vocational education; Training; Tertiary education; Access; Student demand; University students; Student costs; Student completion; Retention; School improvement; Disadvantaged students; Charter schools; Student outcome; Academic staff; University teaching; Teaching profession; Teacher workload; International comparisons Workforce development; Job-ready Graduates (JRG); Initial teacher education (ITE); Digital technology; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220194



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EDUCATION AT A GLANCE 2022 : OECD INDICATORS. OECD.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2022. 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; 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.: 220192



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EMPOWERING TEACHERS AND DEMOCRATISING SCHOOLING : PERSPECTIVES FROM AUSTRALIA. Heggart, Keith; Lolber, Steven (eds.) Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Democracy; Educational research; Teaching profession; Working conditions; Teacher stress; Work value; Teacher burnout; Academics; Activism; Social justice; Public opinion; Mass media; Beginning teachers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU); Public education; Equity; Privatisation; Government policy; Neoliberalism; Private education; Student learning; Student engagement; Standardised tests; Student performance; OECD countries Teacher empowerment; Teachers' voices; Initial teacher education (ITE); Teachers' work; Social media; Climate change; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Evidence-based; Independent Education Union (IEU); COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220191



613.9 MAR
LEGITIMATE SEXPECTATIONS : THE POWER OF SEX-ED. Marson, Katrina.
Brunswick, Vic. : Scribe Publications, 2022. 258 p.

KEYWORDS: Adolescents; Youth; Attitudes; Sexual harassment; Research; Psychology; Law; Education systems; Health; Gender; Social development; Sex education; Student experiences; Student welfare; Family relationship; Teachers; Human rights; Curriculum design; Policy development Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE); Sexual violence.
ID NO.: 220168



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SCHOOLED : HOW AUSTRALIA LOST THE PLOT ON EDUCATION. Leigh, Andrew.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 34-46

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Education policy; Education funding; Analysis; Access; Disadvantaged students; Student performance; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; University education; Student enrolment; Student completion; Universities; International students; Political party policy Demand-driven; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220170



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TECH FUTURE, HUMAN RIGHTS : THE NEED FOR DIGITAL AND STEM LITERACY. Ball, Catherine.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 199-207

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Sciences; Mathematics education; Information technology; Access; Student learning; Literacy; Student engagement; Teachers; Educational innovation; Human rights Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Digital literacy.
ID NO.: 220179



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VET AND HIGHER EDUCATION PATHWAYS : DO OUTCOMES DIFFER FOR THE SAME OCCUPATION? Wibrow, Bridget.
Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2022. Electronic document : ill., tables. Research Report. 22

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Vocational education; Training; Pathways; Students; Interviews; Perception; Student participation; Student completion; Career development; Educational outcomes; Graduates; Qualifications; Employers; Employees; Skills; Salaries; Childcare; Early childhood education; Educators; Teachers Childcare workers; Employment outcomes; Job-ready; Employers' views; Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey.
ID NO.: 220163



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THE WHITLAM LEGACY : RECONSIDERING A REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO FUNDING. Firth, Verity; Clark, Maddie. Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 157-165

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Education funding; Equity; Political party policy; History; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Access; Socioeconomic background; University education; HECS Whitlam government; Gonski review; Free education; Needs-based funding.
ID NO.: 220176


EDUCATION K-12

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5-YEAR PRODUCTIVITY INQUIRY : FROM LEARNING TO GROWTH : INTERIM REPORT. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, September 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Interim report no. 5.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Productivity; Inquiry; Economic conditions; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Policy development; Skill development; Lifelong learning; Vocational education; Training; Tertiary education; Access; Student demand; University students; Student costs; Student completion; Retention; School improvement; Disadvantaged students; Charter schools; Student outcome; Academic staff; University teaching; Teaching profession; Teacher workload; International comparisons Workforce development; Job-ready Graduates (JRG); Initial teacher education (ITE); Digital technology; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220194



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EDUCATION AT A GLANCE 2022 : OECD INDICATORS. OECD.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2022. 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; 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.: 220192



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EMPOWERING TEACHERS AND DEMOCRATISING SCHOOLING : PERSPECTIVES FROM AUSTRALIA. Heggart, Keith; Lolber, Steven (eds.) Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Democracy; Educational research; Teaching profession; Working conditions; Teacher stress; Work value; Teacher burnout; Academics; Activism; Social justice; Public opinion; Mass media; Beginning teachers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU); Public education; Equity; Privatisation; Government policy; Neoliberalism; Private education; Student learning; Student engagement; Standardised tests; Student performance; OECD countries Teacher empowerment; Teachers' voices; Initial teacher education (ITE); Teachers' work; Social media; Climate change; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Evidence-based; Independent Education Union (IEU); COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220191



613.9 MAR
LEGITIMATE SEXPECTATIONS : THE POWER OF SEX-ED. Marson, Katrina.
Brunswick, Vic. : Scribe Publications, 2022. 258 p.

KEYWORDS: Adolescents; Youth; Attitudes; Sexual harassment; Research; Psychology; Law; Education systems; Health; Gender; Social development; Sex education; Student experiences; Student welfare; Family relationship; Teachers; Human rights; Curriculum design; Policy development Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE); Sexual violence.
ID NO.: 220168



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SCHOOLED : HOW AUSTRALIA LOST THE PLOT ON EDUCATION. Leigh, Andrew. Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 34-46

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Education policy; Education funding; Analysis; Access; Disadvantaged students; Student performance; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; University education; Student enrolment; Student completion; Universities; International students; Political party policy Demand-driven; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220170



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TECH FUTURE, HUMAN RIGHTS : THE NEED FOR DIGITAL AND STEM LITERACY. Ball, Catherine.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 199-207

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Sciences; Mathematics education; Information technology; Access; Student learning; Literacy; Student engagement; Teachers; Educational innovation; Human rights Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Digital literacy.
ID NO.: 220179



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VET AND HIGHER EDUCATION PATHWAYS : DO OUTCOMES DIFFER FOR THE SAME OCCUPATION? Wibrow, Bridget. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2022. Electronic document : ill., tables. Research Report.

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Vocational education; Training; Pathways; Students; Interviews; Perception; Student participation; Student completion; Career development; Educational outcomes; Graduates; Qualifications; Employers; Employees; Skills; Salaries; Childcare; Early childhood education; Educators; Teachers Childcare workers; Employment outcomes; Job-ready; Employers' views; Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey.
ID NO.: 220163



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THE WHITLAM LEGACY : RECONSIDERING A REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO FUNDING. Firth, Verity; Clark, Maddie.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 157-165

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Education funding; Equity; Political party policy; History; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Access; Socioeconomic background; University education; HECS Whitlam government; Gonski review; Free education; Needs-based funding.
ID NO.: 220176


EMPLOYMENT

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INEQUALITY REGIMES IN MALE-DOMINATED TRADES : WHAT ROLE DO APPRENTICESHIP INTERMEDIARIES (GTOS) PLAY? Bamberry, Larissa; Bridges, Donna; Wulff, Elizabeth; Krivokapic-Skoko, Branka. The Economic and Labour Relations Review 33 (3) September 2022 pp. 547-565

KEYWORDS: Employment; Apprenticeships; Gender; Inequality; Employees; Women; Participation; Vocational education; Training; Qualifications; Sexual harassment; Working conditions; Workplace environment; Research; Data collection; Employers; Attitudes; Recruitment; Policy development Group training organisations' (GTOs); Male-dominated trades; Workplace health and safety.
ID NO.: 220151



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STEM EQUITY MONITOR : DATA REPORT 2022. Department of Industry, Science and Resources.
[Canberra, ACT] : Department of Industry, Science and Resources, 2022. Electronic document : graphs.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Science education; Mathematics education; Information technology; Gender; Student enrolment; Student participation; Data collection; Student attitudes; Secondary school students; Student completion; Higher education; Vocational education; Training; University students; Graduates; Employment Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); Graduate outcomes.
ID NO.: 220185


GENDER


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BUDGETING FOR GENDER EQUITY : HOW GENDER RESPONSIVE BUDGETING CAN HELP GOVERNMENTS AND SOCIETY. Kitchen, Alison; Lum, Alia; Hunter, Sarah; Hutt, Andy. [Melbourne, Vic.] : KPMG Australia, August 2022. Electronic document : ill.

KEYWORDS: Gender equity; Policy development; Strategies; Research; Government role; Budgets; Data collection; Legislation; Women; Employment; Equality; Policy framework; International comparisons; OECD countries Gender responsive budgeting (GRB); Gender gap; Gender impact.
ID NO.: 220157


 

HIGHER EDUCATION

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5-YEAR PRODUCTIVITY INQUIRY : INNOVATION FOR THE 98% : INTERIM REPORT. Productivity Commission.Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, September 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables.Interim report no. 3.

KEYWORDS: Productivity; Innovation; Review; Policy development; Economic conditions; Higher education; Universities; Academics; Researchers; Commercialisation; Education systems; Teachers; Students; Vocational education; Training; Government policy; Government role; Business; Human capital; Investment; Benchmarking; Employment; Employees; Skills; Labour market University-industry partnership; Australian Education Research Organisation (AERO); Digital technologies; COVID-19.
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DOES HIGHER EDUCATION TEACH STUDENTS TO THINK CRITICALLY? Van Damme, Dirk; Zahner, Doris (eds.) Paris : OECD Publishing, 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; University curriculum; Social sciences; University students; Student learning; Skill development; Cognitive development; Socioeconomic background; Disadvantaged background; Student assessment; Learning outcomes; Graduates; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; International comparisons; Academic staff; University teaching; OECD countries; Policy development; Vocational education; Training University courses; Critical thinking; Disparity; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Employability.
ID NO.: 220190



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FOLLOW THE LEADER : RECLAIMING AUSTRALIA'S INNOVATION TRADITION. Croucher, Gwilym.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 123-133

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Investment; Academics; University staff; Employment contracts; Public opinion; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Government funding; University students; International education; International students; International comparisons; Online learning University community engagement; Job-ready Graduates (JRG); COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220175



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FROM PRIVATE TO PUBLIC BENEFIT : THE SHIFTING RATIONALES FOR SETTING STUDENT CONTRIBUTIONS. Norton, Andrew. [Melbourne, Vic.] : Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE), University of Melbourne, 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables. Occasional Paper.

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Tuition fees; HECS; Review; Deregulation; Political party policy; Public education; Private education; Student demand; Student enrolment; Student loans; Student completion; Government funding; University administration; Employment; Labour market; Humanities University courses; Student choice; Income-contingent loans; Student contributions; Public benefit; Private benefit; Public-private; Job-ready Graduates (JRG)
ID NO.: 220193



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POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS OF AUSTRALIA’S NEW POST-STUDY WORK RIGHTS POLICY AND FACTORS FOR REGIONAL TERTIARY EDUCATION LEADERS TO CONSIDER. Reid, Katrina. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 44 (5) August 2022 pp. 472-485

KEYWORDS: Higher education; International education; Student enrolment; International students; Employment opportunities; Participation; Regional areas; Government policy; Analysis; Research methodology; Literature review; University administration; Student experience; Student support; Graduates; Employers; Community engagement Post-study work rights; Visa.
ID NO.: 220158



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REMAKING UNIVERSITIES : NOTES FROM THE SIDELINES OF CATASTROPHE. Connell, Raewyn.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 11-17
(Special issue on education systems - Learning curves.

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Change; Political party policy; Access; Tuition fees; Marketisation; Academics; Academic staff; Working conditions COVID-19; Job-ready Graduates (JRG); Morrison government.
ID NO.: 220169


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

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5-YEAR PRODUCTIVITY INQUIRY : A MORE PRODUCTIVE LABOUR MARKET : INTERIM REPORT. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, October 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Interim report no. 6.

KEYWORDS: Employment; Skills; Labour market; Productivity; Inquiry; Research methodology; Data collection; Policy development; Workplace relations; Minimum wage; Wages; Collective bargaining; Working hours; Employees; Training; Skill development; Qualifications; Employers; Migrant workers; Employer employee relationship; Government policy; Trade unions; International comparisons Modern awards; Fair Work Act 2009; Job mobility; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220196



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CLIMATE CHANGE AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS : REFLECTIONS ON AN EMERGING FIELD. Flanagan, Frances; Goods, Caleb. Journal of Industrial Relations 64 (4) September 2022 pp. 479-498

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KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour law; Environmental protection; Academic research; Trade unions; Strategies; Union membership; Social movements; Transitions; Employment relationship; Employees; Employers; Power; Politics Climate change; Sustainable development; Green jobs; 'Fossil capitalist inertia'; Scholarship; Union renewal; Climate action; Employer associations.
ID NO.: 220160



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COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND INDUSTRIAL ACTION REFORM. Forsyth, Anthony; McCrystal, Shae.
[Melbourne, Vic.] : Centre for Employment and Labour Relations Law, The University of Melbourne, 2022. Electronic document. Policy Brief 3, 2022.

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https://law.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/4275231/Policy-Brief-3_2022.pdf ; accessed on 21 September 2022

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Collective bargaining; Industrial action; Wages; Employment conditions; Policy framework; Enterprise agreements; Employees; Empowerment; Negotiation; Policy design; Reform; Union members; Trade unions; Employers; Employer attitudes Fair Work Act 2009; Non-union agreements; Protected industrial action; Right to strike; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Multi-employer bargaining; Majority support determinations (MSDs)
ID NO.: 220187


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ANNOTATED FEDERAL COURT LEGISLATION AND RULES. Lindgren, Kevin; Cremean, Damien; Cujes, Natalie.Chatswood, NSW : LexisNexis Butterworths, 2019. clxviii, 2288 p. LexisNexis annotated acts.

KEYWORDS: Federal courts; Legislation; Regulations; Cases; Courts Federal Court.
ID NO.: 220184


TEACHERS

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2022 STATE OF THE SECTOR REPORT : EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. PeopleBench.
[n.p.] : PeopleBench, 2022. Electronic document : graphs.

KEYWORDS: Principals; Leadership; Teachers; Survey; Perception; Data collection; Schools; Working conditions; Teacher shortage; Teacher supply; Teacher workload; Teacher retention; Teacher stress; Teacher burnout; Work value Teacher attraction; Workforce development; COVID-19; Workplace health and safety.
ID NO.: 220188



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COMPULSORY WELLBEING : THE CHOICE BETWEEN BURNOUT AND DEMORALISATION. Stroud, Gabbie. Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 98-108

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teachers; Working conditions; Wellbeing; Teacher burnout; Teacher workload; Teacher salaries; Employment contracts; Public opinion; Education systems; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Student behaviour; Parent attitudes Teacher demoralisation; NSW Teachers' Federation (NSWTF)
ID NO.: 220174



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TOP OF THE CLASS : BUSTING THE MERITOCRACY MYTH. Hortle, Erin.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 220-229

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Student teachers; Teacher training; Teaching experience; Public schools; Disadvantaged schools; Teacher placement; Social class; Student learning; Teacher student relationship; Private schools; School choice; Tasmania Teach for Australia (TFA); Meritocracy; Segregation; Social stratification; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA)
ID NO.: 220180



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UNDER PRESSURE AND OVERLOOKED : THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON TEACHERS IN NSW PUBLIC SCHOOLS. Fray, Leanne (et.al.) The Australian Educational Researcher April 2022 pp. 1-27

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Public schools; Teacher workload; Working conditions; Wellbeing; Teacher morale; Research methodology; Interviews; New South Wales; International comparisons; Online education; Student learning; Student engagement; Government role COVID-19; Self-efficacy; Remote learning; School closures; Teacher experiences; Work intensification; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA)
ID NO.: 220164


TRADE UNIONS

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AGENTS OF TRANSITION OR DEFENDERS OF THE STATUS QUO? : TRADE UNION STRATEGIES IN GREEN TRANSITIONS. Kalt, Tobias. Journal of Industrial Relations 64 (4) September 2022 pp. 499-521

KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Leadership; Power; Organising; Strategies; Union membership; Academic research; Case studies; Social movements; Environmental issues; Social justice; Nongovernment organisations (NGOs); Employment; Job creation; Collective bargaining; Policy development; Economic conditions; Government role; Neoliberalism; Germany; South Africa Climate change; Green transitions; Fossil fuel; Union renewal.
ID NO.: 220161



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SILENT PARTNERS? : TRADE UNIONS, CORPORATIONS AND PENALTY PRIVILEGE IN THE FEDERAL COURT OF AUSTRALIA. Schofield-Georgeson, Eugene. Federal Law Review 50 (1) 2022 pp. 86-103

KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Corporations; Law; Industrial relations; Political party policy; Research; Courts; History; Union members; Industrial action; Governance; Employers; Democracy 'Penalty privilege'; The right to silence; Civil penalty; Federal Court; Howard government; Fair Work Act 2009; The Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 (Cth)
ID NO.: 220149



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WORKING TOWARDS A GREEN JOB? : AUTOWORKERS, CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE ROLE OF COLLECTIVE IDENTITY IN UNION RENEWAL. Allan, Kori; Robinson, Joanna. Journal of Industrial Relations 64 (4) September 2022 pp. 585-607

KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Trade unions; Leadership; Power; Union members; Interviews; Academic research; Strategies; Organising; Environmental issues; Employees; Perception; Youth; Labour market; Social movements; Neoliberalism; Capitalism; Employers; Government role; Canada Green jobs; Workforce development; Climate change; Collective identity; Union renewal; Union decline; 'Green New Deal'
ID NO.: 220162


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

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ALL THINGS TO ALL PEOPLE : VET AS A VEHICLE OF POST-COVID RECOVERY. Clarke, Kira.
Griffith Review (75) 2022 pp. 189-198

KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Policy framework; History; Political party policy; Education funding; Labour market; Competition; Education markets; Investment; Student enrolment; Student participation; Apprenticeships; Pathways; Employment; Employers JobTrainer; JobSeekers.
ID NO.: 220178


YOUTH

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PATHWAYS, ENGAGEMENT AND TRANSITIONS : INITIAL POST-SCHOOL TRANSITIONS AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE EXPERIENCING DISADVANTAGE. The Smith Family. Sydney, NSW : The Smith Family, September 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs.

KEYWORDS: Youth; Secondary school students; Survey; Year 12; Interviews; Disadvantaged students; Educational outcomes; Pathways; Post-secondary education; Student background; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Career counselling; Student support; Mental health; School completion; Teachers; Employment; Working hours; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; University education Post-school transition; Pathways, Engagement and Transitions (PET) study; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 220182



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YOUNG WOMEN CHOOSING CAREERS : WHO DECIDES. Gleeson, Joanne (et.al.) Clayton, Vic. : Centre for Youth Policy and Education Practice (CYPEP), Monash University, August 2022. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.

KEYWORDS: Youth; Adolescents; Women; Perception; Career choice; Survey; Data collection; Parent role; Gender; Transitions; Pathways; Post-secondary education; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Higher education; Graduates; Employment; Teachers Low SES; High SES; Gender pay gap; Employability; Cultural capital.
ID NO.: 220183


 


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