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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES (3)
ACADEMIC FREEDOM (1)
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (1)
EDUCATION - GENERAL (2)
EDUCATION – K12 (12)
HIGHER EUDCATION (4)
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (4)
SOCIAL CAPITAL (1)
TRADE UNIONS (1)
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (4)
ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES
2021 STATE OF RECONCILIATION IN AUSTRALIA REPORT : MOVING FROM SAFE TO BRAVE. Reconciliation Australia.
Kingston, ACT : Reconciliation Australia, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
https://www.reconciliation.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/state-of-reconciliation-2021-summary-report_web.pdf ; accessed on 21 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Reconciliation; History; Measurement; Race relations; Human rights; Government role; Aboriginal history; Constitution; Governance; Colonisation; Racism; Equality; Equity; Social conditions; Economic conditions; Social change Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation; Close the Gap; Historical acceptance; Institutional integrity; Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER); Racial Discrimination Act 1975; United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples; Council of Australian Governments (COAG); Non-Indigenous.
ID NO.: 210034
BOARDING OFF AND ON COUNTRY : A STUDY OF EDUCATION IN ONE NORTHERN TERRITORY REMOTE COMMUNITY. O'Bryan, Marnie; Fogarty, William.
[Canberra, ACT] : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The Australian National University, August 2020. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
CAEPR Commissioned Report No. 04.
https://caepr.cass.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/docs/2020/9/NT_Ed_Study_2020_7_Sept_1.pdf ; accessed on 26 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Boarding schools; Access; Remote communities; Aboriginal students; Case study; Literature review; Aboriginal education; Government policy; Education funding; Northern Territory; Aboriginal community; Nongovernment schools; Student learning; Student support; Transitions; Wellbeing; Parent perception; Teachers; Educational outcomes; Pathways; Vocational education; Training; Policy development; Employment Disengagement; On Country; First Nations.
ID NO.: 210043
CONFRONTING INDIGENOUS EDUCATIONAL DISADVANTAGE : A KIMBERLEY PERSPECTIVE. Hammond, Lorraine.
Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), March 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Analysis Paper 20.
https://www.cis.org.au/app/uploads/2021/03/ap20.pdf ?; accessed on 14 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal students; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Student attendance; Family environment; Social conditions; Poverty; Disadvantaged schools; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Teaching methods; Teaching conditions; Teacher quality; Remote schools; Indigenous population; West Australia Direct instruction (DI); Achievement gap; National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Kimberley region.
ID NO.: 210027
OPEN MINDS : ACADEMIC FREEDOM AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN AUSTRALIA. Evans, Carolyn; Stone, Adrienne; Roberts, Jade.
Carlton, VIC : La Trobe University Press in conjunction with Black Inc, 2021. xv, 202 p.
KEYWORDS: Academics; Academic freedom; Freedom of speech; Law; Regulations; Democracy; Higher education; Funding; Ideology; Government role; Duty of care; University students University autonomy; Free expression.
ID NO.: 210056
FINAL REPORT OF THE 2020 REVIEW OF THE DISABILITY STANDARDS FOR EDUCATION 2005.
Canberra, ACT : Department of Education, Skills and Employment, 2020. Electronic document ; tables.
https://www.dese.gov.au/download/10886/final-report-2020-review-disability-standards-education-2005/20837/final-report-2020-review-disability-standards-education-2005/pdf ; accessed on 26 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Disabilities; Disability; Standards; Education systems; Accountability; Review; Early childhood education; Preschools; Students learning; Student support; Student background; Inclusion; Empowerment; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Teacher student relationship; Educators; Teacher attitudes; Teaching practice; Resources; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Higher education; Government policy; Government funding; Remote areas Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds; Disability Standards for Education 2005; COVID-19; National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
ID NO.: 210042
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
STEPPING UP : SECURING THE FUTURE OF QUALITY PRESCHOOL IN AUSTRALIA. Pilcher, Sarah; Noble, Kate; Hurley, Peter.
Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute for Education and Health Policy, Victoria University, 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
https://www.vu.edu.au/sites/default/files/stepping-up-securing-the-long-term-future-of-preschool-mitchell-institute-policy-briefing.pdf ; accessed on 14 Arpil 2021
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Preschool education; Access; Participation; Disadvantaged children; Fees; Family income; Enrolment data; Teachers; Research; Data collection; Federal government; State government; Investment; Policy development; Parents; Employment Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Child care subsidy (CCS); National Partnership on Universal Access.
ID NO.: 210030
UPTURN : A BETTER NORMAL AFTER COVID-19. Plibersek, Tanya, (editor)
Sydney, NSW : NewSouth Books, 2020. 274 p.
KEYWORDS: Economics; Government policy; Politics; Economic aspects; Social aspects; Social change COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210051
EDUCATION – GENERAL
EDUCATION POLICY EVALUATION : SURVEYING THE OECD LANDSCAPE. Golden, Gillian.
Paris : OECD Publishing, November 2020. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
OECD Education Working Papers, No. 236.
KEYWORDS: Education policy; OECD countries; Research methodology; Education systems; Policy design; Evaluation methods; Evidence; Case studies; International comparisons; Government role; Teachers; Teaching practice; Student assessment; Educational attainment; Educational outcomes; Measurement techniques; Higher education Policy evaluation; Policy implementation.
ID NO.: 210037
GENDER REPORT : A NEW GENERATION : 25 YEARS OF EFFORTS FOR GENDER EQUALITY IN EDUCATION. UNESCO.
Paris : UNESCO Publishing, 2020. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report 2020.
https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000374514 ; accessed on 26 April 2021
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.: 210045
EDUCATION – K12
A 2021 EDUCATION RESOLUTION : KEEP AN EYE ON THE AUSTRALIAN CURRCIULUM. Mueller, Fiona.
Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), 2021. Electronic document.
Occasional Paper 179.
https://www.cis.org.au/app/uploads/2021/02/op179.pdf? ; accessed on 14 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Curriculum; Civics education; Citizen education; Curriculum design; Student learning; Knowledge; Skills; Student assessment; Teacher quality; Policy framework; Federalism; Democracy; Government role Australian Curriculum; National Assessment Program - Civics and Citizenship (NAP-CC); COVID-19 pandemic.
ID NO.: 210026
FINNISH LESSONS 3.0 : WHAT CAN THE WORLD LEARN FROM EDUCATIONAL CHANGE IN FINLAND? Sahlberg, Pasi.
3rd ed. New York, NY : Teachers College Press, 2021. xx, 291 p. : ill.
KEYWORDS: Finland; Educational change; Education systems; Policy development; Benchmarks; Standardised tests; Accountability; Equity; Student assessment; Student achievement; Educational attainment; Teaching profession; Teacher education; Professional development; OECD countries; International comparisons Program for International Student Assessment (PISA); Global Educational Reform Movement (GERM); Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS); COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210048
THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON PERCEPTIONS OF AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLING. Heffernan, Amanda; Magyar, Bertalan; Bright, David; Longmuir, Fiona.
[n.p.] : Monash University, 2020. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
https://www.monash.edu/education/research/downloads/Impact-of-covid19-on-perceptions-of-Australian-schooling.pdf ; accessed on 7 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Parents; Survey; Parent perception; Online education; Information technology; Access; Student learning; Equity; Teaching profession; Teacher workload Teachers’ work; Flexibility; Remote learning; COVID-19; School closures.
ID NO.: 210041
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY : THEORY, POLICY AND PRACTICE. Graham, Linda (ed.)
Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 2020. xxiv, 408 p. : ill.
KEYWORDS: Inclusive education; Special education; Educational needs; Access; Equity; Student needs; Disabilities; Student support; Discrimination; Student teacher relationship; Teacher instruction; Teaching profession; Teacher aides; Mental health; Curriculum; Pedagogy; Assessment; Parent teacher relationship; Education funding Evidence-based.
ID NO.: 210047
MITIGATING THE IMPACTS OF COVID-19 : LESSONS FROM AUSTRALIA IN REMOTE EDUCATION. Dabrowski, Anna; Nietschke, Yung; Taylor-Guy, Pauline; Chase, Anne-Marie.
Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2020. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
https://research.acer.edu.au/learning_processes/32/ ; accessed on 26 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Pedagogy; Rural schools; Remote areas; Educational disadvantage; Home environment; Online learning; Student learning; Socioeconomic background; Student engagement; Student support; Parent role; Literacy education; Information technology; Equity; Literature review; Evidence; Teachers; Teaching skills Digital literacy; Remote teaching; Information communications technology (ICT); Distance learning; Inclusive education; Community partnerships; COVID 19.
ID NO.: 210039
OVER-FUNDING OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS TO INCREASE WHILE PUBLIC SCHOOLS REMAIN UNDER-FUNDED. Cobbold, Trevor.
[n.p.] : Save Our Schools (SOS), February 2021. Electronic document ; graphs.
Education Research Paper.
https://saveourschools.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Over-Funding-of-Private-Schools-to-Increase-While-Public-Schools-Remain-Under-Funded.pdf ; accessed on 16 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Private schools; Nongovernment schools; Education funding; Education policy; Commonwealth government; State government; Statistical analysis; Policy development; Family income; Public schools; Disadvantaged schools Needs-based funding; Schooling Resource Standard (SRS); Under-funding; Over-funding; Gonski report; Capacity to contribute; Direct Measure of Income (DMI); Coalition Party.
ID NO.: 210035
PRIVATE SCHOOL FUNDING INCREASE IS SIX TIMES THE PUBLIC SCHOOL INCREASE. Cobbold, Trevor.
[n.p.] : Save Our Schools (SOS), March 2021. Electronic document ; graphs.
Education Research Brief.
SEE Record 210009 - Report on government services 2021)
https://saveourschools.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Private-School-Funding-Increase-is-Six-Times-the-Public-School-Increase.pdf ; accessed on 16 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Private schools; Nongovernment schools; Education funding; Commonwealth government; State government; Statistical analysis; Government attitudes; Public schools; Disadvantaged schools; Student enrolment; Disadvantaged students; Student outcome Schooling Resource Standard (SRS); Under-funding; Over-funding.
ID NO.: 210032
THE PRIVATE SCHOOL FUNDING MODEL IS DEEPLY FLAWED : A NEW APPROACH IS NEEDED. Cobbold, Trevor.
[n.p.] : Save Our Schools (SOS), September 2020. Electronic document.
Education Policy Brief.
https://saveourschools.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Private-School-Funding-Model-is-Deeply-Flawed.pdf ; accessed on 21 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Private schools; Catholic schools; Government funding; Commonwealth funding; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Policy development; Family income; Taxation; Disadvantaged students; Public schools Needs-based funding; Capacity to contribute; Wealth; Coalition Party; Adjusted Taxable Income (ATI); Catholic Church.
ID NO.: 210044
RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE USE IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS : EARLY INSIGHTS FROM EDUCATORS. Rickinson, Mark (et.al.)
Clayton, Vic. : Monash University, March 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Q Survey Summary 01/2021.
https://apo.org.au/sites/default/files/resource-files/2021-03/apo-nid311651.pdf ; accessed on 26 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Educators; Survey; Data collection; Research utilisation; Perception; Educational research; Evidence; Educational improvement; Principals; Teachers; Teaching practice; Students Research evidence; Teacher collaboration; Index for Community Socio-Economic Advantage (ICSEA); Q Project.
ID NO.: 210040
THE STATE OF SCHOOL EDUCATION ONE YEAR INTO THE COVID PANDEMIC.
Paris : Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Publishing, 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/education/the-state-of-school-education_201dde84-en ; accessed on 15 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; OECD countries; Remote learning; Evaluation; Assessment; Equity; Funding; Health COVID-19; Vaccinations; School closures; Distance learning; Examinations; Program for International Student Assessment PISA; United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO; United Nations Childrens Fund UNICEF; World Bank.
ID NO.: 210049
THE UNWINDING OF GONSKI : PART 3 : MORRISON ABANDONS NEEDS-BASED FUNDING. Cobbold, Trevor.
[n.p.] : Save Our Schools (SOS), April 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
https://saveourschools.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Morrison-Abandons-Needs-Based-Funding.pdf ; accessed on 16 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Independent schools; Nongovernment schools; Catholic schools; Public funding; Commonwealth government; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Evidence; Public schools; School choice; Inequality; Socioeconomic status; Parent role; Disadvantaged schools Social segregation; Needs-based funding; Gonski report; Low SES; Gonski 2.0; Schooling Resource Standard (SRS); Australian Education Act 2013; Direct Measure of Income (DMI); Parental income; Capacity to contribute; Coalition Party.
ID NO.: 210052
WHAT COUNTS? : INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY IN THE SENIOR ENGLISH CURRICULUM. Bliss, Lauren; Bacalja, Alexander.
Australian Educational Researcher 48 (1) March 2020 pp. 165-182
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; English literature; Education policy; English teaching; Textbooks; Victoria Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE); Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA)
ID NO.: 210059
BE PREPARED : LEARNING FROM POST-DISASTER PROJECTS FOR POST-PANDEMIC UNIVERSITIES. Gilbert, Guinevere; Gharaie, Ehsan.
Campus Review 31 (1) January 2021 p. 24
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Change; Policy development; Revenue; Academics; University environment; Community engagement; International education; Student enrolment; Online learning Sustainability; Pillowcase Project; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210063
EXPLORING UNIVERSITY TEACHING AND LEARNING : EXPERIENCE AND CONTEXT. Trigwell, Keith; Prosser, Michael.
Basingstoke : Palgrave Pivot, 2020. xviii, 128 p.
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; University teaching; Teaching experience; Teacher instruction; University curriculum; Academic research; University students; Student experiences
ID NO.: 210054
THE GREAT MOVE ONLINE. Jump, Paul.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2475) 4-17 February 2021 pp. 32-45
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; University staff; Survey; Perception; Teaching experience; Information technology; Access; Working conditions; Workload; Professional development; Mental health; Online education; University students; Student experiences; Wellbeing; Student teacher relationship; Tuition fees; United Kingdom; International comparisons Lecturers; Online teaching; Digital teaching; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210062
IN THE SAME SENTENCE : BRINGING HIGHER AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION TOGETHER. Gonski, David; Shergold, Peter.
[Sydney, NSW] : Department of Premier and Cabinet, March 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
https://education.nsw.gov.au/content/dam/main-education/about-us/strategies-and-reports/Final_VET_Sector_Report.pdf ; accessed on 28 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Higher education; New South Wales; Review; Policy framework; Research methodology; Data collection; Government policy; Education funding; Access; Student enrolment; Student participation; Educational outcome; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; University education; Student completion; Skills; Student loans; Graduates; Employment; Teachers; Employers Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); VET FEE-HELP; Employer satisfaction; Dual-sector.
ID NO.: 210060
THE AUSTRALIAN LABOUR MARKET IN 2020. Birch, Elisa; Preston, Alison.
Journal of Industrial Relations April 2021 pp. 1-18
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour market; Research; Data collection; Economic conditions; Employment; Working hours; Occupations; Gender; Unemployment; Awards; Trade unions; Minimum wage; Youth; Aboriginal employment; Employer attitudes; Government policy; Legislation; OECD countries Underemployment; Underutilisation; Fair Work Commission (FWC); JobKeeper; JobSeeker; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210058
EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYER ASSOCIATION MATTERS IN AUSTRALIA IN 2020. Thornthwaite, Louise; Sheldon, Peter.
Journal of Industrial Relations April 2021 pp. 1-20
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employers; Employer attitudes; Lobbying; Political issues; Legislation; Government policy; Corporations; Public opinion; Working conditions; Health; Wages; Public sector; Trade unions; Awards; Collective bargaining; Enterprise agreements; Casual employment; Mass media; University staff Employer associations; Greenfields agreement; Social licence; Labour costs; Underpayment of wages; COVID-19; JobKeeper.
ID NO.: 210046
INDUSTRIAL LEGISLATION IN AUSTRALIA, 2020. Schofield-Georgeson, Eugene.
Journal of Industrial Relations April 2021
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 agreement; 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.: 210057
STRIKE BALLOTS, DEMOCRACY, AND LAW. Creighton, Breen (et.al.)
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2020. xv, 298 p. : ill.
Oxford labour law.
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employees; Industrial action; Strikes; Human rights; Industrial law; Legislation; Law; Democracy; Research; International comparisons; Trade unions; Collective bargaining Right to strike; Strike ballots; WorkChoices.
ID NO.: 210053
RECONNECTED : A COMMUNITY BUILDER'S HANDBOOK. Leigh, Andrew; Terrell, Nick.
Carlton, VIC : La Trobe University Press in conjunction with Black Inc, 2020. 280 p.
KEYWORDS: Social capital; Communities; Community organisations; Leadership; Social change; Volunteers Social networks; Humanitarianism; Voluntarism; Philanthropy.
ID NO.: 210055
PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 : PATHWAYS TOWARD EQUITY IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS. Flack, Clare Buckley (et.al.)
Melbourne, Vic. : Pivot Professional Learning, February 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Principals; Survey; Data collection; Perception; Leadership; Education systems; Equity; School community; Resilience; Information technology; Access; Teachers; Students; Youth; Wellbeing; Disadvantaged schools; Aboriginal students; Parents; Government role; Policy development Socioeconomic disparities; School closures; Advantaged schools; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander principals; Public private partnerships (PPPs); COVID-19; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA)
ID NO.: 210033
TEACHERS IN EUROPE : CAREERS, DEVELOPMENT AND WELL-BEING.
Brussels : Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), Education and Youth Policy, March 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Policy framework; Research methodology; Data collection; Education systems; Student attainment; Pathways; Careers; Teacher qualifications; Teacher workload; Working conditions; Stress; Wellbeing; Teacher appraisal; Teacher mobility; Teacher recruitment; Teacher salaries; Europe; United Kingdom Initial teacher education (ITE); Teacher attraction; Continuing professional development (CPD); Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS)
ID NO.: 210028
ORGANIZING MATTERS : TWO LOGICS OF TRADE UNION REPRESENTATION. Mundlak, Guy.
Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited in association with International Labour Office (ILO), 2020. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
ILERA publication series.
https://www.ilo.org/global/publications/books/forthcoming-publications/WCMS_741934/lang--en/index.htm ; accessed on 12 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Organising; Recruitment; Union members; Union membership; Industrial relations; Policy framework; Research methodology; Case study; International comparisons; Power; Campaigns; Strategies; Collective agreements; Employer attitudes; Privatisation; Social movement; Precarious employment; Democracy Union decline; Union renewal; Union density; Freedom of association; Social bargaining; Collective action; Representation gap; International Association of Labour and Employment Relations (ILERA)
ID NO.: 210025
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
BUILDING CAPABILITY AND QUALITY IN VET TEACHING : OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES. Misko, Josie; Guthrie, Hugh; Waters, Melinda.
Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2021. Electronic document ; ill., tables.
https://www.ncver.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0033/9662271/Building_capability_quality_VET_teaching_Revision.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE teachers; Professional standards; Teacher quality; Research methodology; Case studies; Career path; Teacher qualifications; Teaching skills; Teacher support; Professional development; Traineeships; Enterprise agreements; Casual employment; Australian Education Union (AEU); Government role; Education funding Capability framework; Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE); VET teachers; Workforce development; Registered training organisations (RTOs)
ID NO.: 210029
RE-CONCEPTUALISING VET : RESPONSES TO COVID-19. Avis, James; Atkins, Liz; Esmond, Bill; McGrath, Simon.
Journal of Vocational Education & Training November 2020 pp. 1-23
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Policy development; Economic conditions; Neoliberalism; Government policy; Privatisation; Social relations; Health; International comparisons; Access; Equity; Apprentices; Apprenticeships; Employment; Wages; Online learning; Disadvantaged students; Youth; Unemployment COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210031
REVIEW INTO VOCATIONAL AND APPLIED LEARNING PATHWAYS IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLING : FINAL REPORT. Firth, John (et.al.)
[n.p.] : Department of Education And Training, November 2020. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
https://www.education.vic.gov.au/Documents/about/department/vocational-applied-learning-pathways-report.pdf ; accessed on 21 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Secondary school education; Secondary school students; Pathways; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Review; Education funding; Student learning; Student participation; Student retention; Student completion; Student outcome; Student background; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; Tertiary education; Teachers Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL); School-industry partnership.
ID NO.: 210038
TEACHERS AND LEADERS IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING. OECD.
Paris : OECD Publishing, 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
OECD reviews of Vocational Education and Training.
https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/education/teachers-and-leaders-in-vocational-education-and-training_59d4fbb1-en ; accessed on 14 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Teaching profession; Leadership; Pedagogy; Labour market; TAFE teachers; Teacher training; Teacher shortage; Teacher supply; Teacher recruitment; Teacher salaries; Teacher quality; Teacher certification; Professional development; Secondary school students; Working conditions; Job security; Industry; Policy development; Data collection; OECD countries VET teachers; Initial teacher education and training (ITET); Digital skills; Soft Skills; Teacher attraction and retention; OECD countries.
ID NO.: 210050
GENDER EQUITY INSIGHTS 2021 : MAKING IT A PRIORITY. Cassells, Rebecca; Duncan, Alan.
Perth, WA : Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC), Curtin University, March 2021. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
https://bcec.edu.au/assets/2021/03/BCEC-WGEA-Gender-Equity-Insights-2021_WEB.pdf ; accessed on 29 March 2021
KEYWORDS: Employment; Leadership; Gender equity; Women; Research methodology; Data collection; Evidence; Gender equality; Salaries; Men; Employers; Employment policy; Industry; Performance; Benchmarks Female representation; Gender pay gap; Paid parental leave; Key management positions (KMPs)
ID NO.: 210024
THE GLOBAL GENDER GAP REPORT 2021. World Economic Forum (WEF)
14th ed. Geneva : World Economic Forum (WEF), March 2021. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_GGGR_2021.pdf ; accessed on 7 April 2021
KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Participation; Income; Labour force; Access; Gender; Occupations; Equality; Economic participation; Education systems; Enrolment data; Educational attainment; Health; Sex discrimination; Unemployment; Benchmarks; Measurement techniques; Statistical analysis; International comparisons; Government role Global gender gap index; Rankings; Pay gap; Gender parity; Political empowerment; COVID-19.
ID NO.: 210036
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