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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER TEACHERS IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS. Johnson, Peter S..
Professional Voice 12 (1) Spring 2017 pp. 40-46 (Bibliography; SEE Record 170177 - More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers initiative : final report, 2016).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Aboriginal teachers; Data collection; Schools; Teacher support; Aboriginal students. Close the Gap; More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers initiative (MATSITI). [ID NO.:180209]


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CLOSING THE GAP IN OUR KNOWLEDGE. Behrendt, Larissa.
AEU News (3) 2017 pp. 16-18
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal education; Aboriginal culture; Curriculum; Teachers; Cultural awareness; Student learning; Indigenous population. Close the Gap. [ID NO.:180143]


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A CREEPING INDIGENOUS SEPARATION : DISCUSSION PAPER. Bonnor, Chris; Ho, Christina; Richards, Gary. [n.p.] : Centre for Policy Development (CPD), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
In a class of their own.
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Access; Participation; Student enrolment; Aboriginal students; Inequity; Educational disadvantage; Disadvantaged schools; Research; Data collection; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Student support; Social inclusion; Equity; School environment; Teachers. Indigenous students; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA); Non-Indigenous students. [ID NO.:180245]


JOUR
THE DIRECT INSTRUCTION ZOMBIE HAS NO PLACE IN OUR CLASSROOMS. Sarra, Chris.
ACT Educator Term 4 2017 pp. 14-15
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Aboriginal students; Student achievement; Teachers; Pedagogy; Teaching methods; Educational research; Education policy; Government attitudes; United States of America. Direct instruction (DI). [ID NO.:180178]


JOUR
EXPOSING THE PATTERNS OF STATISTICAL BLINDNESS : CENTRING INDIGENOUS STANDPOINTS ON STUDENT IDENTITY, MOTIVATION, AND FUTURE ASPIRATIONS. Bodkin-Andrews, Gawaian (et.al.).
Australian Journal of Education 61 (3) November 2017 pp. 225-249 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Educational research; Secondary school students; Survey; Cultural identity; Student learning; Student engagement; Student motivation; Academic aspirations; Aboriginal education; Aboriginal students; Classroom environment; Student outcome; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Aboriginal perspective. Empirical research; Aboriginal identity; First Peoples; Non-Indigenous students; Indigenous academics. [ID NO.:180183]


JOUR
FIFTY YEARS OF UNREMITTING FAILURE : ABORIGINAL POLICY SINCE THE 1967 REFERENDUM. Stone, John.
Quadrant (541) November 2017 pp. 62-72
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; History; Aboriginal policy; Federal government; Social justice; Reconciliation; Human rights; Native Title. Uluru statement; First Peoples; Stolen Generation; National apology; Constitutional recognition of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. [ID NO.:180227]


JOUR
INDIGENOUS CHILDREN'S AFFECTIVE ENGAGEMENT WITH SCHOOL : THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIO-STRUCTURAL, SUBJECTIVE AND RELATIONAL FACTORS. Dunstan, Laura; Hewitt, Belinda; Tomaszewski, Wojtek.
Australian Journal of Education 61 (3) November 2017 pp. 250-269 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal education; Aboriginal students; Student learning; Student engagement; Measurement techniques; Research methodology; Data; Student attitudes; School attendance; School environment; Student outcome; Parental education; Employment; Socioeconomic status; Aboriginal communities; Indigenous population; Inequality; Disadvantaged communities. Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children (LSIC). [ID NO.:180184]


JOUR
MODERN SLAVERY IN REMOTE AUSTRALIA?. Altman, Jon.
Arena Magazine (150) 10-11 2017 pp. 12-15
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Commonwealth government; Aboriginal policy; Racial discrimination; Aboriginal communities; Human rights; Unemployment; Social welfare; Income support; Poverty; Remote areas. Community Development and Employment Projects (CDEP); Forced labour; Modern slavery; Global Slavery Index; Walk Free Foundation; International Labour Organisation (ILO). [ID NO.:180180]


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NORTHERN TERRITORY INDIGENOUS HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY REVIEW : FINAL REPORT. Street, Catherine (et.al.). Darwin, NT : Charles Darwin University (CDU), January 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 1 June 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Policy; Review; Aboriginal education; Northern Territory; Research methodology; Universities; Vocational education; Training; Government funding; Government policy; Aboriginal students; Educational disadvantage; Participation; Student enrolment; Student engagement; Student completion; Racial discrimination; Aboriginal teachers; Teacher education. Low SES; National Aboriginal Education Committee (NAEC); National Aboriginal Education Policy (NAEP). [ID NO.:180247]


JOUR
POSITIVE APPROACH TO INDIGENOUS EDUCATION. Richards, Kim.
Education : Journal of the New South Wales Teachers' Federation 98 (7) November 2017 p. 6
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal education; Aboriginal students; Student learning; Student engagement; Student outcome; Aboriginal history; Curriculum; Teachers; Professional learning; Cultural awareness; Conference. Indigenous education; New South Wales Teachers' Federation (NSWTF). [ID NO.:180200]


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PRESCHOOL PARTICIPATION. Crawford, Heather; Biddle, Nicholas. [Canberra, ACT] : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The Australian National University College of Arts & Social Sciences, February 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
2016 Census Paper No. 3.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Access; Participation; Aboriginal children; Research; Data collection; Preschool education; School attendance; Child development; Disadvantaged background; Government policy; Education funding. Parental employment; Non-Indigenous; 2016 Census; Close the Gap; National Early Childhood Education and Care Collection (NECECC). [ID NO.:180238]


JOUR
QUADRANT CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION : FOR AND AGAINST THE CONSTITUTIONAL RECOGNITION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES. Windschuttle, Keith (et.al.).
Quadrant (538) July-August 2017 pp. 26-34
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal history; Federal government; Aboriginal policy; Human rights; Constitutional law; Aboriginal communities; Social conditions; Racial discrimination; Indigenous population. Constitutional recognition of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. [ID NO.:180224]


JOUR
RECOGNITION ROULETTE : A SENSE OF THINGS GOING ROUND IN CIRCLES. Hasluck, Nicholas.
Quadrant (540) October 2017 pp. 72-76
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; History; Federal government; Aboriginal policy; Constitutional law; Aboriginal communities; Social conditions. Uluru statement; Aboriginal Protection Board; Constitutional recognition of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. [ID NO.:180225]


JOUR
A SHARE IN THE FUTURE ... ONLY FOR THOSE WHO BECOME LIKE 'US'! : CHALLENGING THE 'STANDARDISATION' REFORM APPROACH TO INDIGENOUS EDUCATION IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. Spillman, David.
Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 46 (2) December 2017 pp. 137-147 (Bibliography; SEE Record 140179 - A share in the future : review of Indigenous education in the Northern Territory).
KEYWORDS: Education system; Literacy; Numeracy; Standardised testing; Review; Aboriginal policy; Government attitudes; Racial discrimination; Educational reform; Neoliberalism; Aboriginal education; Aboriginal students; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Remote areas; Northern Territory. Indigenous education; Power relations; Cross-cultural collaboration project (CCCP); National Assessment Program â€" Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN. [ID NO.:180185]


JOUR
SPECIAL REPORT : INDIGENOUS ED. Nalapat, Shiv; Vize, Anne; Cranenburgh, Lionel.
Australian Teacher Magazine 13 (6) July 2017 pp. 21-22
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal education; Aboriginal students; Remote schools; Transition; Student learning; Student support; Resources; Literacy skills; Wellbeing; Aboriginal culture; Aboriginal schools; Aboriginal teachers. Indigenous education. [ID NO.:180187]


ACADEMICS


JOUR
IF THE GOWN FITS, WEAR IT. Beardsley, Scott; Hills, Susie.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2336) 14-20 December 2017 pp. 40-43
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Leadership; Recruitment; Academics; Business skills; United Kingdom; United States of America. Vice-chancellors. [ID NO.:180223]


JOUR
LET'S NOT KEEP IT CASUAL. Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 28 (1) January 2018 p. 11
KEYWORDS: Universities; Academic staff; Casual employment; Job insecurity; Stress; Casualisation; University staff. Insecure work. [ID NO.:180191]


JOUR
A SECRET BEST KEPT?. Furnham, Adrian.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2324) 21-27 September 2017 pp. 44-47
KEYWORDS: Universities; Leadership; Remuneration; Attitudes; Accountability; University administration; Academics; Salaries; Academic staff; Workplace environment; Gender; United Kingdom; International comparisons. Vice-chancellors; Pay transparency; Performance management. [ID NO.:180216]


BULLYING


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THE ECONOMIC COST OF BULLYING IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC); National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB). [n.p.] : National Centre Against Bullying (NCAB), Alannah and Madeline Foundation, March 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Education; Schools; Bullying; Research methodology; Data collection; Economic aspects; Student behaviour; Student support; Student experiences; Mental health; Student outcome; Wellbeing; School environment; Aboriginal students; Gender; Disabilities; Non-English speaking background. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI); Cyber bullying; Economic costs. [ID NO.:180246]


CHILDREN


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CHILDREN’S RIGHTS REPORT 2017. National Children’s Commissioner. Sydney, NSW : Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 1 June 2018
KEYWORDS: Children; Youth; Research methodology; Data collection; Human rights; Children's rights; Child development; Child welfare; Child protection; Social justice; Government policy; Attitudes; Legislation; School environment; Student engagement; Disadvantaged background; Violence; Disabilities; Discrimination; Aboriginal children; Parent child relationship; United Nations. Youth detention; At-risk; Convention on the Rights of the Child. [ID NO.:180250]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


E2379
A REVIEW OF THE EFFECTS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION. Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation (CESE). Sydney, NSW : Centre for Education Statistics and Evaluation (CESE), Department of Education, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Literature review.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Access; Participation; Child development; Evidence; Educational disadvantage; Student outcome; Research; Data collection; Preschool education; Quality; Attendance; Inequality; Teachers; New South Wales; International comparisons. Early childhood education (ECE); Low SES; High SES; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180242]


ECONOMICS


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GAME THEORY : WHAT IT REVEALS ABOUT WHAT IS WRONG WITH MAINSTREAM ECONOMICS. Hargreaves Heap, Shaun P..
Journal of Australian Political Economy (80) Summer 2017/18 pp. 74-87 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economics; Economic theory; Economic conditions; Politics; Economic issues. Game theory; Political economy; Mainstream economics. [ID NO.:180203]


JOUR
REVIVING THE LIVING DEAD : ECONOMIC POLICY WITH ETHICAL VALUES. Bankovsky, Miriam; King, John E..
Journal of Australian Political Economy (80) Summer 2017/18 pp. 178-200 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic theory; Economic policy. Ethical values; Welfare economics; Political economy; Mainstream economics; Economists. [ID NO.:180204]


JOUR
WHAT IS WRONG WITH MODERN ECONOMICS, AND WHY DOES IT STAY WRONG?. Lawson, Tony.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (80) Summer 2017/18 pp. 26-42 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic theory; Policy issues; Economic models; Economic conditions; Government role; Politics; Markets. Economists; Heterodox economics; Modern economics; Economic models; Political ideology; Neoclassical economics. [ID NO.:180202]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


E2381
INDEPENDENT REVIEW INTO REGIONAL, RURAL AND REMOTE EDUCATION : FINAL REPORT. Halsey, John. [Canberra, ACT] : Department of Education and Training, January 2018. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Rural education; Remote areas; Review; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Government funding; Access; Student participation; Educational disadvantage; Student background; Aboriginal students; Pathways; Transitions; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; International comparisons; Teacher education; Teaching profession. Barriers to participation; Low SES; Close the Gap; Regional, rural and remote education. [ID NO.:180244]


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WHEN DID HUMAN RIGHTS BECOME RACIST?. Dunstan, Ines.
Campus Review 27 (12) December 2017 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Human rights; Teachers; Pedagogy; Education; History; Student learning; Cultural awareness; Racism. Cultural relativism. [ID NO.:180188]


EDUCATION - K-12


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AN ADVOCATE FOR TRANSFORMATION. Whitby, Greg.
The Educator 3 (4) October/November 2017 pp. 16-18
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational innovation; Leadership; School improvement; Teachers; Professional learning; Student learning. Educational transformation. [ID NO.:180201]


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THE ART OF STORYTELLING : THE SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN RESEARCH AND THE EDUCATIONAL CONTEXT : LEADERSHIP AND THE CLASSROOM. Murphy, Sophie (et.al.).
Australian Educational Leader (AEL) 39 (4) Term 4 2017 pp. 16-21 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Educational research; Leadership; Teacher instruction; Pedagogy; School improvement; Educational change; Student learning; Student support; Student engagement; Aboriginal education; Cultural awareness. Student voice; Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). [ID NO.:180181]


371.252 WEI
THE CASE FOR INCLUSIVE LEARNING SYSTEMS : BUILDING MORE INCLUSIVE LEARNING SYSTEMS IN AUSTRALIA. Wierenga, Ani; Taylor, Joanne. Sydney, NSW : Dusseldorp Forum, 2015. 52 p. ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inclusion; Policy development; Evidence; Resources; Education funding; Student learning; Student support; Student experiences; Student engagement; Retention; School completion; Pathways; Youth. Inclusive education; Flexible learning. [ID NO.:180173]


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THE EFFECTS OF INEQUITY IN AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS. Thomson, Sue.
Professional Voice 12 (1) Spring 2017 pp. 29-39
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Sciences education; Inequity; Student learning; Educational disadvantage; Student behaviour; Student achievement; Socioeconomic background; Research methodology; Data collection; Parent role; Disadvantaged schools; Student teacher relationship; Teacher attitudes; International comparisons; OECD countries. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180208]


JOUR
EVIDENCE-INFORMED DECISION MAKING. Vaughan, Tanya; Deeble, Matthew; Bush, John.
Australian Educational Leader (AEL) 39 (4) Term 4 2017 pp. 32-35 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Educational research; Leadership; School improvement; Teachers; Professional learning; Student learning; Literacy; Student outcome; School evaluation. Evidence-informed; Evidence-based. [ID NO.:180182]


371.26 LI
GENDER REPORT : PARTICIPATION, PERFORMANCE AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS MATHEMATICS. Li, Ning; Koch, Inge. Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI), The University of Melbourne, 2017. 34 p. ; graphs, tables.
AMSI Choosemaths Research ; no. 2 - 2017.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Mathematics education; Student enrolment; Participation; Gender; Student attitudes; Student learning; Literacy; Numeracy; Year 12; Student performance; Research; Data collection. Gender differences; Gender disparity; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180174]


371.0205496 BHA
NEPAL : PATTERNS OF PRIVATISATION IN EDUCATION : A CASE STUDY OF LOW-FEE PRIVATE SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE CHAIN SCHOOLS. Bhatta, Pramod; Pherali, Tejendra. Brussels : Education International (EI), September 2017. 56 p. ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public education; Privatisation; Nepal; Research methodology; Data collection; Quality; Access; Equity; Children's rights; Private schools; Regulations; Government role; Legislation. Low fee private schools; Education International (EI). [ID NO.:180232]


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NEW PEDAGOGIES FOR DEEP LEARNING. Macpherson, Wendy.
Teacher Learning Network (TLN) 24 (3) 2017 pp. 17-21
KEYWORDS: Education systems; School improvement; Educational innovation; Teachers; Pedagogy; Student learning; Student engagement; Classroom environment; Student assessment; Student teacher relationship. [ID NO.:180210]


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SELF-GOVERNING SCHOOLS, PARENTAL CHOICE, AND THE NEED TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC INTEREST. Fiske, Edward B.; Ladd, Helen F..
Phi Delta Kappan 99 (1) September 2017 pp. 31-36
KEYWORDS: Education systems; School choice; Charter schools; Accountability; Education policy; School vouchers; Parent role; School community relationship; International comparisons; United States of America; Netherlands; New Zealand; United Kingdom. Self-governing schools; Parental choice. [ID NO.:180207]


E2376
THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF INVESTING IN THE PREVENTION OF EARLY SCHOOL LEAVING. Barton, ACT : Deloitte Access Economics, September 2012. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Investment; Educational disadvantage; Early school leavers; Research; Data collection; Educational programs; Student support; Retention; Student outcome; Socioeconomic status; Youth; Employment; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Government funding. Hands On Learning; Student disengagement; Socioeconomic benefits; Intergenerational disadvantage. [ID NO.:180239]


371.102 BER
TEACHERS UNDEFEATED : HOW GLOBAL EDUCATION REFORM HAS FAILED TO CRUSH THE SPIRIT OF EDUCATORS. Berry, Jon. London : UCL Institute of Education Press, 2016. 95 p. ; ill.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Reform; Privatisation; Government attitudes; Curriculum; Student learning; Standardised tests; Accountability; Educational standards; Teaching profession; Teacher attitudes; Political party policy; United Kingdom. League tables; Global Educational Reform Movement (GERM). [ID NO.:180175]


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WHAT IS THE SCHOOLING RESOURCE STANDARD AND HOW DOES IT WORK?.
APC Review (1) February 2018 pp. 8-10
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Government funding; Socioeconomic status; Disadvantaged schools; Government policy; Educational disadvantage; Disabilities; Aboriginal students. Schooling resource standard (SRS); Capacity to contribute. [ID NO.:180179]


E2372
WHAT PRICE THE GAP? : EDUCATION AND INEQUALITY IN AUSTRALIA : ISSUES PAPER. Hetherington, David. Darlinghurst, NSW : Public Education Foundation, April 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 28 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inequality; Socioeconomic status; Student outcome; Research methodology; Measurement techniques; Equity; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Resources; Teachers; Evaluation; Standardised testing; Performance; Parent education; International comparisons; Disadvantaged communities; OECD countries. Economic inequality; Achievement gap. [ID NO.:180235]


EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH


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AUSTRALIAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH FUNDING TRENDS REPORT : A NATIONAL STOCKTAKE AND REVIEW OF CATEGORY 1 FUNDING IN EDUCATION. Cutter-Mackenzie, Amy; Renouf, Jean S.. Canberra, ACT : Australian Council of Deans of Education (ACDE), 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 28 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Educational research; Funding; Researchers; Competition; Universities; Research projects; Research grants; Academics; Professional learning; Gender; Government role; Teacher education. Field of research; Group of Eight (Go8); University-industry partnership; Australian Research Council (ARC); Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE). [ID NO.:180236]


EMPLOYMENT


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THE FUTURE OF THE FAIR GO : SECURING SHARED PROSPERITY FOR AUSTRALIAN WORKERS. Dawson, Emma; Hetherington, David; Koukoulas, Stephen; Lyons, Tim. Melbourne, Vic. : Per Capita, February 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 1 June 2018
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Working conditions; Wages; Job insecurity; Casualisation; Collective bargaining; Power; Living standards; Union membership; Unemployment; Education systems; Economic conditions; Privatisation; Government attitudes; Industry; OECD countries; Data. 'Fair go'; Penalty rates; Gig economy; Insecure work; Right to strike. [ID NO.:180248]


E2374
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND THE FAIR WORK OMBUDSMAN. Reilly, Alex. Adelaide, SA : Adelaide Law School, The University of Adelaide, March 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Employment; International students; Wages; Working conditions; Inquiry; Workplace environment; University students; Survey; TAFE; Vocational education; Training; Minimum wage; Student experiences; Student support; Labour market; Employer attitudes; Law; Government role. Unpaid work; Work rights; Visa; Non-compliance; Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:180237]


E2371
THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN SHAPING ZERO HOURS WORK IN AN ATYPICAL LIBERAL MARKET ECONOMY. O’Sullivan, Michelle (et.al.).
Economic and Industrial Democracy November 2017 pp. 1-20 (Electronic document; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour market; Change; Precarious employment; Employer attitudes; Employment contracts; Regulations; Industrial relations; Government role; Neoliberalism; Capitalism; Economic policy; Employees; Working hours; Wages; Working conditions; United Kingdom. Zero-hours. [ID NO.:180234]


JOUR
SCRUTINISING THE ARGUMENT FOR REDUCING PENALTY RATES. McIvor, Joseph; Markey, Raymond.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (5) November 2017 pp. 652-669 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Working hours; Working conditions; Minimum wage; Research; Evidence; Employer attitudes; Government role; International comparisons. Low paid; Penalty rates; 'Unsocial hours'; Weekend work; Australian Work and Life Index (AWALI); Fair Work Commission (FWC); Productivity Commission. [ID NO.:180206]


E2370
WHO BENEFITS FROM A MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE?. Lopresti, John W.; Mumford, Kevin J..
Industrial and Labor Relations Review (ILR Review) 69 (5) October 2016 pp. 1171â€"1190 (Electronic document; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Minimum wage; Research; Data collection; Demographics; Employees; Wages; Gender; Poverty; Union membership; Educational attainment; Employers; Economic conditions. Low wage; Wage increase; Wage distribution. [ID NO.:180233]


HIGHER EDUCATION


JOUR
ARE GRADUATES WORTH THEIR SALT?. Morgan, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2327) 12-18 October 2017 pp. 34-39
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Policy development; Universities; Graduates; Work value; Measurement techniques; Human capital; Employment; Employers; New Zealand; Employment patterns; United Kingdom; International comparisons; OECD countries. Underemployed; Value-added; Employability. [ID NO.:180217]


JOUR
AUSTRALIA'S DAY AFTER. Harding, Sandra.
Campus Review 28 (2) February 2018 pp. 20-21
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Investment; University administration; Funding; Resources; Marketisation; Corporatisation; Government role. Return on investment. [ID NO.:180196]


JOUR
BECAUSE THEY'RE WORTH IT?. Harrris, Jeremy; Oswald, Andrew; Inglis, Fred.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2323) 16-20 September 2017 pp. 42-45
KEYWORDS: Universities; Leadership; Remuneration; Academics; Salaries; Inequality; Higher education; Tuition fees; Political attitudes; United Kingdom. Vice-chancellors. [ID NO.:180214]


JOUR
BEST FRENEMIES?. Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 27 (12) December 2017 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Academic freedom; China; Political influence; International relations; Government role. [ID NO.:180189]


JOUR
CHASING THE ELUSIVE CATCH. Grove, Jack.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2335) 7-13 December 2017 pp. 34-41
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University education; Access; Participation; Student enrolment; Disadvantaged background; Attendance; Student support; Tuition fees; Enrolment rate; Family income; Government policy; Government funding; Education markets; Competition; International comparisons; Australia; United Kingdom; United States of America. Widening participation. [ID NO.:180221]


JOUR
A CONFEDERACY OF DUNCES AND DECEIVERS?. Cowan, Philip.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2330) 2-8 November 2017 pp. 38-41
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Educational standards; Government attitudes; Student costs; Public opinion; Mass media; University students; Investment; Educational outcome; Graduates; Employment; United Kingdom; International comparisons. Labour market outcomes; Return on investment. [ID NO.:180218]


JOUR
DITCH UNI DEGREES?. Chlopicki, Kirstie.
Campus Review 28 (1) January 2018 p. 24
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University education; Change; Education markets; Student demand. [ID NO.:180194]


JOUR
AN EDUCATION MANIFESTO FOR WESTERN CIVILISATION. Haines, Simon.
Quadrant (542) December 2017 pp. 14-17
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Ideology; Student learning; Political; History; Humanities; Universities. Western civilisation; ARts education. [ID NO.:180228]


E2380
EQUITY STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 2011-2016. Koshy, Paul. Perth, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE), Curtin University, 2017. Electronic document ; tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Participation; Equity; Student enrolment; Student characteristics; Student background; Research methodology; Student outcome; Socioeconomic status; Disabilities; Aboriginal students; Regional students; Gender; Non-English speaking background. Low SES. [ID NO.:180243]


JOUR
FOR THE GREATER GOOD. Willetts, David.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2333) 23-29 November 2017 pp. 42-45
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; Change; Government policy; Government funding; Competition; Education markets; University admission; University curriculum; Student learning; Student outcome; United Kingdom. David Willetts; Knowledge transfer; League tables. [ID NO.:180219]


JOUR
FREE FOR ALL. Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 28 (2) February 2018 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Tuition fees; Policy development; Vocational education; Training; Student costs; Student loans; Government policy; International comparisons; New Zealand; Australia. Fee-free education; Free universities. [ID NO.:180195]


JOUR
IGNORE THE CACOPHONY OF CRITICISM, BUT SPEAK UP ON WHY WE MATTER. Muscatelli, Anton.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2324) 21-27 September 2017 pp. 32-33
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Public funding; Performance; Standards; Government role; Public opinion; Mass media; Access; Student participation; Scholarships; United Kingdom. Russell Group; Research universities. [ID NO.:180215]


JOUR
IS THE VIRTUAL CAMPUS JUST BLOCKS AWAY?. Matthews, David.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2321) 31 August - 6 September 2017 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Technology; Academics; Undergraduate students; Academic attainment; Qualifications; Employers. Blockchain; Virtual universities; Degree fraud. [ID NO.:180213]


E2378
KEEP IT CLEVER : POLICY STATEMENT 2016. Universities Australia (UA). Canberra, ACT : Universities Australia (UA), 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography; SEE Record 130137 - A smarter Australia : an agenda for Australian higher education 2013-2016).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Policy; Technological change; Investment; Universities; Funding; Competition; Performance; Quality assurance; International comparisons; Research and development; Educational innovation; Academic staff; Government role; University students; Graduates; International education. Employability; Universities Australia (UA); Academic workforce. [ID NO.:180241]


JOUR
KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED. McGhee, Patrick.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2338) 4-10 January 2018 pp. 40-43
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Policy; Change; Universities; Performance; Leadership; Education markets; University students; Survey; Student experience; Government role; United Kingdom. League tables. [ID NO.:180222]


JOUR
THE MACHIAVELLIAN TAKEOVER OF AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES. Melleuish, Gregory.
Quadrant (543) January-February 2018 pp. 66-74
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Quality; Political party policy; History; Educational change; Ideology; Ethics; University education; Access; Participation; Student learning; Student outcome; Academics. Education revolution; Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Menzies government; Machiavellian. [ID NO.:180229]


JOUR
MANAGERIALISM RULES. Curson, Peter.
Campus Review 28 (2) February 2018 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Management; Attitudes; Education markets; International students; University staff; Workplace environment; Academic staff. [ID NO.:180197]


JOUR
OUTRAGE OVER FUNDING FREEZE. Jackson, Catriona; Smith, Loren.
Campus Review 28 (1) January 2018 pp. 16-17
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Government funding; Government policy; University education; Access; Participation; Student enrolment; Disadvantaged background; Regional areas. Funding freeze; Demand-driven. [ID NO.:180192]


JOUR
THE PUSHBACK AGAINST OVERSEAS STUDENTS. Honeywood, Phil.
Campus Review 27 (12) December 2017 pp. 8-9
KEYWORDS: Higher education; International education; Universities; International students; Employment; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Migration. One Nation; Coalition Party. [ID NO.:180190]


JOUR
THE SECULAR PREJUDICE. Fernandez-Arnesto, Felipe.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2334) 30 November - 6 December 2017 p. 28
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Religion; Bias; Academics; Perception; Prejudice; University environment; University students; United Kingdom. [ID NO.:180220]


Document 2977
TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS 2018 : IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ELSEVIER. Baty, Phil (ed.). [London] : Times Higher Education (THE), September 2017. 154 p. ; ill., tables.
KEYWORDS: Universities; Performance; Quality; Evaluation; International comparisons. Times Higher Education - World university rankings. [ID NO.:180172]


JOUR
TOXIC UNIVERSITIES : PART 1. Chua, Sarah; Murray, Duncan; Vilkinas, Tricia.
Campus Review 28 (1) January 2018 pp. 18-19
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Corporatisation; Management; Attitudes; Bullying; Marketisation; Funding; University environment; Academic staff. Toxic leadership; Academic capitalism; University industry partnership. [ID NO.:180193]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


347.9409 BRA
COOPERATION AT WORK : HOW TRIBUNALS CAN HELP TRANSFORM WORKPLACES. Bray, Mark; Macneil, Johanna; Stewart, Andrew. Annandale, NSW : Federation Press, 2017. xi, 304 p,.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employer employee relationship; Trade unions; Employees; Productivity; Dispute resolution; Research methodology; Case studies; Enterprise bargaining; Employment relations; Political party policy; Workplace relations; Labour law; Government attitudes; Legislation; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Industrial tribunals; WorkChoices; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Coalition Party. [ID NO.:180177]


344.9401 STE
STEWART'S GUIDE TO EMPLOYMENT LAW. Stewart, Andrew. 6th ed.. Annandale, NSW : Federation Press, 2018. xlix, 490 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Labour law; Legislation; Industrial relations; Employment contracts; Court litigation; Working conditions; Remuneration; Termination of employment; Industrial action; Workplace agreements; Awards; Bullying; Trade unions. Workplace bullying; National Employment Standards (NES); Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:180176]


JOUR
TWO DISCURSIVE FRAMEWORKS CONCERNING IDEOLOGY IN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS. Fry, Simon; Mees, Bernard.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review (ELLR) 28 (4) December 2017 pp. 483-499 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Ideology; Liberalism; Socialism; Government role; Political science; Trade unions; Employment relations; United Kingdom; Australia. Political ideology. [ID NO.:180198]


INEQUALITY


JOUR
FINANCIALISATION AND INEQUALITY IN AUSTRALIA. Westcott, Mark; Murray, John.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review (ELLR) 28 (4) December 2017 pp. 519-537 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Inequality; Income; Employment; Labour market; Economic change; Economic conditions; Investment; Corporations; Research methodology; Data collection; Family income; Workplace relations; Government policy; International comparisons. Wealth gap; Income redistribution; Shareholders; Financial sector. [ID NO.:180199]


E2389
HOW UNEQUAL? : INSIGHTS ON INEQUALITY. Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA). Melbourne, Vic. : Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA), April 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 1 June 2018
KEYWORDS: Equality; Inequality; Measurement techniques; Educational disadvantage; Geographic distribution; Workplace environment; Economic conditions; Policy framework; Economic growth; Employment; Technological change; Government role; International comparisons. Intergenerational inequality. [ID NO.:180252]


LAW


342.9406 DOU
DOUGLAS AND JONES'S ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. Douglas, Roger; Head, Michael; Ng, Yee-Fui; Hyland, Margaret. 8th ed.. Annandale, NSW : The Federation Press, 2018. lxii, 802 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Administrative law; Constitution; Freedom of information; Courts; Legislation; Bias; Politics. Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT); Ombudsman; Whistleblowers. [ID NO.:180257]


LOBBYING


323.042 ALE
LOBBYING FOR CHANGE : FIND YOUR VOICE TO CREATE A BETTER SOCIETY. Alemanno, Alberto. London : Icon Books, 2017. xii, 322 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Political change; Social change; Lobbying; Democracy; Social movements; Activism; Political parties; Political attitudes; Accountability; Public opinion; Human rights; Nongovernment organisations (NGOs); International comparisons; Information technology. Social media; Citizen lobbyist; Facebook. [ID NO.:180230]


POLITICS


JOUR
CONSERVATISM, POPULISM AND CONVICTION POLITICS. O'Sullivan, John.
Quadrant (541) November 2017 pp. 10-18
KEYWORDS: Politics; Ideology; Political parties; Political party policy; Public opinion; Mass media; Political issues; Left politics; Liberalism; Democracy; Social issues; International comparisons. Conservatism; Populism; Right wing. [ID NO.:180226]


SUPERANNUATION


E2394
SUPERANNUATION : ASSESSING EFFICIENCY AND COMPETITIVENESS : DRAFT REPORT. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, April 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Overview
Link; accessed on 7 June 2018
Draft report
Link; accessed on 7 June 2018

KEYWORDS: Superannuation; Inquiry; Insurance; Costs; Members; Employees; Employment; Taxation; Retirement income; Government policy; Employers; Business. Choice of fund; Industry funds; Superannuation guarantee. [ID NO.:180258]


331.25240994 MEE
WORKERS' CAPITAL : INDUSTRY FUNDS AND THE FIGHT FOR UNIVERSAL SUPERANNUATION IN AUSTRALIA. Mees, Bernard; Brigden, Cathy. Crows Nest, NSW : Allen & Unwin, 2017. xvii, 270 p. ; ill.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Superannuation; History; Union movement; Campaigns; Employment; Employees; Awards; Wages; Retirement benefits; Employers; Political party policy; Trade unions; Women. Industry funds; Employee entitlements; Workers capital; Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU). [ID NO.:180231]


TEACHERS


AEU 2018
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION : REPORT OF THE THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL FEDERAL CONFERENCE 2018. Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), 2018. 40 p.
KEYWORDS: Public education; Conference papers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:180170]


AEU 2018
AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION : SUBSTANTIVE DECISIONS OF THE THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL FEDERAL CONFERENCE 2018. Southbank, Vic. : Australian Education Union (AEU), 2018. 17 p.
KEYWORDS: Public education; Conference papers; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:180171]


JOUR
BEGINNING TEACHERS AND THE OUT-OF-FIELD TEACHING EPIDEMIC. Duggan, Sarah.
Australian Teacher Magazine 13 (5) June 2017 pp. 18-19 (SEE Record 161383 - Out-of-field teaching in Australian secondary schools).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Research methodology; Survey; Teacher qualifications; Teaching experience; Teacher shortage; Beginning teachers; Teacher placement; Pedagogy; Student teacher relationship; Student learning; Student outcome. Teaching-Out-of-field; Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). [ID NO.:180186]


E2393
INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT ON THE TEACHING PROFESSION : VALUING OUR TEACHERS AND RAISING THEIR STATUS : HOW COMMUNITIES CAN HELP. Schleicher, Andreas. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Teaching profession; Teacher status; Teacher support; Professional development; Wellbeing; Educational change; Pedagogy; Student teacher relationship; School community partnership; Parent school relationship; Curriculum; Student learning; Student attainment; Student characteristics; Teacher unions; Government role; Education policy; International comparisons; OECD countries. International Summit on the Teaching Profession; Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS). [ID NO.:180256]


JOUR
THE LINE ON USING FORCE IN SCHOOLS. Theodorsen, John.
Western Teacher 47 (1) January 2018 pp. 6-8
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Student behaviour; Student attitudes; School policy; School environment; State departments of education; Teacher registration; Employment; Teacher support; Teacher unions. Physical contact. [ID NO.:180212]


JOUR
NEW TERMS FOR COLLECTIVE ACTION IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR IN DENMARK : LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE TEACHER LOCK-OUT IN 2013. Hagedahl, Laust; Ibsen, Flemming.
Journal of Industrial Relations 59 (5) November 2017 pp. 593-610 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employer attitudes; Public sector; Teachers; Collective agreements; Working conditions; Industrial action; Research; Data collection; Industrial disputes; Conflict resolution; Private sector; Trade unions; Denmark. Collective action; Lockouts. [ID NO.:180205]


JOUR
PEDAGOGIES FROM FINLAND. Hoinville, Kelly.
Teacher Learning Network (TLN) 24 (3) 2017 pp. 22-24
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Finland; Teachers; Pedagogy; Classroom environment; Student teacher relationship. [ID NO.:180211]


E2377
REVIEW OF THE VICTORIAN INSTITUTE OF TEACHING : FINAL REPORT. Armytage, Penny. [n.p. Vic. : Department of Education and Training], December 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 30 May 2018
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Quality; Standards; Review; Governance; Teacher accreditation; Teacher registration; Teacher training; Professional development; Regulations; Government role; Public opinion; Mass media; Student teacher relationship; Teacher unions; Principals; Parent perception; Victoria. Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). [ID NO.:180240]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


E2392
FROM SCHOOL TO VET : CHOICES, EXPERIENCES AND OUTCOMES. Osborne, Kristen; Circelli, Michelle. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 7 June 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Students; Survey; School completion; Transition; Vocational education; Training; Student enrolment; Student experiences; Student engagement; Student outcome; Gender; Stereotypes; Employment. Student aspiration; Student choice; VET in Schools (VETiS); Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY); National Student Outcomes Survey (SOS). [ID NO.:180255]


E2391
IMPROVING PARTICIPATION AND SUCCESS IN VET FOR DISADVANTAGED LEARNERS. Lamb, Stephen (et.al.). Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Research Report.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 7 June 2018
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Access; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Student support; Student background; Student characteristics; Research methodology; Survey; Case studies; Demographics; Student enrolment; Student learning; Student outcome; Student completion; Labour market; Government role; Employers. Registered training organisations (RTOs). [ID NO.:180254]


E2386
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The Senate, Education and Employment References Committee. [n.p.] : Education and Employment References Committee, March 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Gavin Marshall, Chair; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Governance; Inquiry; South Australia; Government policy; Government funding; Education markets; Regulations; Industry; Student learning; Student loans; Student completion; Political attitudes; Australian Education Union (AEU). Funding cuts; For-profit; Private providers; Non-compliance; VET FEE-HELP; Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). [ID NO.:180249]


WOMEN


E2390
GENDER EQUITY INSIGHTS 2018 : INSIDE AUSTRALIA'S GENDER PAY GAP. Cassells, Rebecca; Duncan, Alan. Perth, WA : Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC), Curtin University, March 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
BCEC/WGEA Gender Equity Series, Issue No. 3.
(Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 1 June 2018
KEYWORDS: Employment; Participation; Research methodology; Data; Evidence; Gender; Equality; Inequity; Women; Occupations; Salary; Sex discrimination; Performance; Men; Part-time employment; Employers. Gender pay gap; Performance measurement; Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA). [ID NO.:180253]


E2388
WOMEN AND THE FUTURE OF WORK : REPORT 1 OF THE AUSTRALIAN WOMEN’S WORKING FUTURES
PROJECT. Baird, Marian (et.al.). [Sydney, NSW] : The Women, Work & Leadership Research Group, The University of Sydney, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Link; accessed on 1 June 2018
KEYWORDS: Women; Survey; Perception; Employment; Job security; Equality; Research methodology; Data collection; Workplace environment; Skill development; Employer attitudes; Aboriginal women; Gender; Disabilities; Sexuality; Racial attitudes; Men. Career advancement; Work/family balance; Workplace flexibility; Paid parental leave; Insecure work; Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds; Australian Women’s Working Futures (AWWF) project. [ID NO.:180251]


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