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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


JOUR
THE AUSTRALIAN DREAM : BLOOD, HISTORY AND BECOMING. Grant, Stan.
Quarterly Essay (64) 2016 pp. 1-80
KEYWORDS: Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal history; Indigenous population; Anthropology; Aboriginal culture; Colonisation; Disadvantaged communities; Education systems; Employment; Access; Participation; Educational outcome; Youth; Aboriginal education; Academics; Law; Racial discrimination; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Mass media. Student success; Aboriginal identity; Don Dale. [ID NO.:170154]


JOUR
THE BREAK-UP OF AUSTRALIA : PART I : THE HIDDEN AGENDA OF ABORIGINAL SOVEREIGNTY. Windschuttle, Keith.
Quadrant (532) December 2016 pp. 9-16 (SEE Record 170155 - The break-up of Australia : part II : the academic assault on the Constitution).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Constitution; Reform; Law; Human rights; Referendum; Political attitudes; International law; Aboriginal history; Reconciliation; Academics; Political party policy; Social conditions; Social welfare; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Coalition Party; First People; Aboriginal sovereignty; Constitutional recognition of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. [ID NO.:170156]


JOUR
THE BREAK-UP OF AUSTRALIA : PART II : THE ACADEMIC ASSAULT ON THE CONSTITUTION. Windschuttle, Keith.
Quadrant (531) November 2016 pp. 9-16 (SEE Record 170156 - The break-up of Australia : part I : the hidden agenda of Aboriginal sovereignty).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Constitution; Racial discrimination; Reform; Law; Human rights; Referendum; Political attitudes; Legislation; International law; Aboriginal history; Reconciliation; Academics; Political party policy; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Coalition Party; First People; Aboriginal sovereignty; Constitutional recognition of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. [ID NO.:170155]


JOUR
THE FAILURE OF 'RECOGNITION'. Muldoon, Paul.
Arena Magazine (142) 06-07 2016 pp. 17-20
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Constitution; Law; Human rights; Aboriginal history; Referendum; Democracy; Political attitudes; Reform; Commonwealth government; Racial discrimination. Constitutional recognition. [ID NO.:170124]


JOUR
INCREASING URBAN INDIGENOUS STUDENTS' ATTENDANCE : MITIGATING THE INFLUENCE OF POVERTY THROUGH COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP. Baxter, Lindy P.; Meyers, Noel M..
Australian Journal of Education 60 (3) November 2016 pp. 211-228 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Urban schools; Participation; Aboriginal students; Research methodology; Educational disadvantage; School attendance; Retention; School leavers; Aboriginal teachers; Educational programs; Teachers; Socioeconomic status; Poverty; Victoria. Community partnership. [ID NO.:170131]


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INDIGENOUS ADVANCEMENT STRATEGY : DEPARTMENT OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND CABINET. The Auditor-General. Barton, ACT : Australian National Audit Office (ANOA), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
ANAO Report No. 35 2016â€"17.
(Bibliography).
http://apo.org.au/files/Resource/anao_indigenous_advancement_strategy_report_2016-2017_35.pdf; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders; Commonwealth government; Aboriginal policy; Audit; Indigenous population; Strategic planning; Programs; Government funding; Education; Aboriginal children; Participation; School attendance; Employment; Aboriginal communities; Wellbeing. Indigenous advancement strategy. [ID NO.:170097]


JOUR
INDIGENOUS PRIMARY SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENT.
PC News (60) November 2016 pp. 11-13
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Aboriginal students; Primary school education; Student enrolment; Student learning; Student achievement; Student characteristics; Remote schools; Research methodology; Data collection. Achievement gap; National Assessment Program â€" Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Productivity Commission. [ID NO.:170150]


E2162
MORE ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER TEACHERS INITIATIVE : FINAL REPORT. Buckskin, Peter. [n.p.] : University of South Australia, September 2016. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
http://apo.org.au/files/Resource/matsiti_finalreport_feb_2017.pdf; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal education; Participation; Aboriginal students; Career choice; Higher education; Employment; Teaching profession; Teacher education; Aboriginal teachers; Teacher support; Funding; Government role; Australian Education Union (AEU). Workforce development; Initial teacher education (INI); Close the Gap; Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians; More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teachers initiative (MATSITI). [ID NO.:170177]


JOUR
NEGOTIATING GLOBAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY IMPERATIVES FOR INDIGENOUS EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP AND PEDAGOGY. Charles, Harvey; Harvey, Michelle; Carlson, Bronwyn.
The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 45 (2) December 2016 pp. 111-118 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; Aboriginal education; Internationalisation; Pedagogy; Curriculum; Globalisation; Academics; University students. Indigenous studies; Interdisciplinary; Indigenous academics; Working Group on Emergent Indigenous Identities (WGEII). [ID NO.:170133]


JOUR
SLOW PROGRESS ON GAP STRATEGIES. O'Halloran, Kate.
Australian Educator (93) Autumn 2017 pp. 20-22
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Education systems; Access; Participation; Equity; Aboriginal students; Educational disadvantage; Educational attainment; Measurement techniques; Data; Aboriginal communities; Aboriginal teachers. Close the Gap. [ID NO.:170126]


E2139
SOCIAL JUSTICE AND NATIVE TITLE REPORT 2016. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner. Sydney, NSW : Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), 2016. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/sites/default/files/document/publication/AHRC_SJNTR_2016.pdf; accessed on 30 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders; Human rights; Racial discrimination; Native title; Reconciliation; Aboriginal communities; Social welfare; Social justice; School attendance; Aboriginal children; Intervention; Educational attainment; Economic development; Employment; Government policy; Attitudes; Government funding; International. Close the Gap; Stolen wages; Self-determination; Indigenous programs; Constitutional recognition; Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. [ID NO.:170107]


E2161
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION PARTICIPATION AND ATTAINMENT AMONG ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER AUSTRALIANS : TRENDS 2002-15 AND EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES. Crawford, Heather; Biddle, Nicholas. [Canberra, ACT] : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), Australian National University, February 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
CAEPR Working Paper No. 114/2017.
(Bibliography).
http://caepr.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/Publications/WP/17-010-WP-VOCATIONAL-EDUCATION-01(3Mar17).pdf; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Participation; Student completion; Educational attainment; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Research methodology; Data collection; Educational disadvantage; Remote areas; Rural areas; Labour market; Labour supply. Barriers to participation; Employment outcomes; Work-related training; NCVER Student Outcomes Survey (SOS); Non-Indigenous. [ID NO.:170176]


ACADEMICS


JOUR
IT'S DIFFICULT TO FORECAST YOUR LONGER TERM CAREER MILESTONE' : CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND INSECURE EMPLOYMENT FOR RESEARCH ACADEMICS IN AUSTRALIAN UNIVERSITIES. Broadbent, Kaye; Strachan, Glenda.
Labour and Industry 26 (4) December 2016 pp. 251-265 (Bibliography).
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KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Employment contracts; Academics; Researchers; Career development; Research methodology; Interviews; Employment conditions; Academic staff; Labour force. Research academics; Insecure work; Fixed-term employment; Labour market segmentation; Academic workforce; Work and Careers in Australia University (WCAU) survey 2011. [ID NO.:170145]


JOUR
WOMEN, CAREERS AND UNIVERSITIES : WHERE TO FROM HERE?. Strachan, Glenda.
Advocate 23 (3) November 2016 pp. 36-38 (SEE Record 170167 - Women, careers and universities : where to from here? (Report)).
KEYWORDS: Academic staff; Survey; Research methodology; Data; Universities; Women; Gender equity; Working conditions; Working hours; Job security; Inequities; Salaries; Casual employment; Career development. Insecure work; Work/family balance. [ID NO.:170120]


E2152
WOMEN, CAREERS AND UNIVERSITIES : WHERE TO FROM HERE?. Strachan, Glenda (et.al.). Brisbane, Qld : Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing, Griffith University, March 2016. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
https://www.griffith.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0010/915589/UA-FINAL-Report-Digital-4-April-2016.pdf; accessed on 28 April 2017
KEYWORDS: Academic staff; Survey; Research methodology; Data; Universities; Women; Gender equity; Working conditions; Working hours; Inequities; Employment contracts; Salaries; Casual employment; Part-time employment. General staff; Professional staff; Career advancement; Academic workforce; Insecure work; Work/family balance; Flexible work arrangements; Work and Careers in Australia University (WCAU). [ID NO.:170167]


APPRENTICESHIPS


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THE CHANGING NATURE OF APPRENTICESHIPS : 1996-2016. Hargreaves, Jo; Stanwick, John; Skujins, Peta. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
https://www.ncver.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0028/367255/The-changing-nature-of-apprenticeships-1996-2016.pdf; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Apprenticeships; Traineeships; Participation; Change; Research methodology; Data; School leavers; Adults; Student outcome; Skill development; Employment. Adult apprentice; Completion rates; Recognition of prior learning (RPL). [ID NO.:170169]


E2135
THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIAN APPRENTICESHIPS : REPORT OF THE STAKEHOLDER FORUM. Couldrey, Margo; Loveder, Phil. Adelaide, SA : National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
Summary Report.
(Bibliography).
https://www.ncver.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0024/256812/The-future-of-Australian-apprenticeships.pdf; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Apprenticeships; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Policy development; Government role; Industry; Trade unions; Researchers; Student learning; Student retention; Student completion; Student outcome; Pathways; Employment; Economic conditions. [ID NO.:170103]


E2144
INCENTIVES FOR APPRENTICESHIP. Kuczera, Malgorzata. Paris : OECD Publishing, January 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
OECD Education Working Papers, No. 152.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Youth; Apprenticeships; Access; Participation; Educational attainment; Vocational education; Training; Employment; Wages; Retention; Government role; Employers; Companies; Industry; Research methodology; International comparisons; OECD countries. Work-based learning; Employer financial incentives; Survey of Adult Skills; International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED). [ID NO.:170112]


E2143
STRIKING THE RIGHT BALANCE : COSTS AND BENEFITS OF APPRENTICESHIPS. Kuczera, Malgorzata. Paris : OECD Publishing, February 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
OECD Education Working Papers, No. 153.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Enrolment; Youth; Apprenticeships; Participation; Educational attainment; Secondary school students; Employment; Wages; Retention; Government role; Employers; Research methodology; International comparisons; OECD countries. Cost and benefits; Work-based learning; Employer financial incentives; Survey of Adult Skills; International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED). [ID NO.:170111]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


JOUR
THE BEST POSSIBLE START. Hunter, Rachel.
Professional Educator 15 (5) October/November 2016 pp. 20-23 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Investment; Standards; Childcare; Measurement techniques; Access; Participation; Government policy; Child development; Learning; Educational outcome; Educators; OECD countries. Achievement gap; National Quality Framework (NQF). [ID NO.:170153]


JOUR
ENDING THE UNIVERSAL UNCERTAINTY. Barnard, Nic.
Australian Educator (93) Autumn 2017 pp. 10-13
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Preschool education; Access; Participation; Student learning; Student outcome; Equity; Government funding; Teachers; Campaigns; Australian Education Union (AEU). [ID NO.:170125]


E2130
NQF SNAPSHOT Q4 2016. Sydney, NSW : Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA), February 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
http://files.acecqa.gov.au/files/Reports/2016/NQF_Snapshot_Q4_2016.pdf; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Preschools; Childcare; Quality; Assessment; Standards; Data; Government schools; Nongovernment schools. After school hours; National Quality Framework (NQF); Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA); Early childhood education and care (ECEC). [ID NO.:170098]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


E2133
MAKING STEM A PRIMARY PRIORITY. Caplan, Sara; Baxendale, Helen; Le Feuvre, Philip. [n.p.] : PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), March 2016. Electronic document ; ill., graphs.
(Bibliography).
www.pwc.com.au/pdf/making-stem-a-primary-priority.pdf; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Science education; Mathematics education; Teacher instructions; Student learning; Participation; Student engagement; Student outcome; Teachers; Employees; Skills; Economic growth; Employment; Productivity; Information technology; Government role. Student disengagement; National curriculum; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). [ID NO.:170101]


EDUCATION - K-12


E2151
2015 REVIEW OF SPECIAL RELIGIOUS EDUCATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION IN ETHICS IN NSW GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. Hodge, Wendy (et.al.). [Sydney, NSW] : Department of Education, March 2016. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
https://education.nsw.gov.au/media/schools-operation/2015_review_sre_see.pdf; accessed on 13 April 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government schools; Curriculum; Religious education; Ethics; Review; Research methodology; Data collection; Demographics; Government policy; Principles; Pedagogy; Teacher instruction; Student learning; Parent role; New South Wales. Special religious education (SRE); Special education in ethics (SEE). [ID NO.:170165]


JOUR
ARDOR FOR CHARTER, EXPLAINED. Wells, James; Buckingham, Jennifer.
Education Review (7) October 2016 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Charter schools; School choice; Educational disadvantage; Policy development; Student learning; Student achievement; Government policy; Government funding; International comparisons; Vocational education; Training. Evidence-based; For-profit schools; Nonprofit organisations. [ID NO.:170140]


E2148
BEYOND THE CLASSROOM : THE IMPLICATIONS OF SCHOOL VOUCHERS FOR CHURCH FINANCES. Hungerman, Daniel M.; Rinz, Kevin; Frymark, Jay. Cambridge, : National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), February 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
NBER Working Paper 23159.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Private education; Catholic schools; School vouchers; Government funding; Church role; Revenue; Educational environment; Case study; Literature review; Student learning; Student attainment; Public schools; United States of America. Catholic Church. [ID NO.:170116]


E2134
CATCHING UP OR LEADING THE WAY : AMERICAN EDUCATION IN THE AGE OF GLOBALISATION. Zhao, Yong. Alexandria, Virginia : Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), [2017]. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Reform; Accountability; Education policy; Educational research; Government policy; Attitudes; Standardised tests; Student performance; Test scores; Student outcome; Teachers; Economic aspects; Globalisation; Educational leadership; Educational innovation; United States of America; China. Achievement gap; No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB); Low performing schools; Performance-based pay. [ID NO.:170102]


JOUR
CLASS HALF-FULL. Blatchford, Peter.
AEU News 22 (7) December 2016 pp. 14-16
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Class size; Classroom environment; Student learning; Student achievement; Measurement techniques; Student teacher ratio; Teacher effectiveness; Research methodology; International comparisons. [ID NO.:170121]


E2153
THE FANTASY OF GONSKI FUNDING : THE ONGOING BATTLE OVER SCHOOL SPENDING. Joseph, Blaise. Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies (CIS), April 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Research Report 26.
(Bibliography).
https://www.cis.org.au/publications/research-reports/the-fantasy-of-gonski-funding-the-ongoing-battle-over-school-spending/; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Review; Socioeconomic status; Government funding; Political party policy; Research methodology; Data; Evidence; Inequity; Student background; Disadvantaged students; Student learning; Student outcome; Charter schools; International comparisons; OECD countries; Federal state relationship. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); 'Gonski funding'; Low SES; Needs-based funding; National Education Reform Agreement (NERA); National Plan for School Improvement (NPSI); Schooling resource standard (SRS); Australian Education Act 2013; Review of funding for schooling : final report (Gonski Report). [ID NO.:170168]


JOUR
GET THE MONEY RIGHT. Watt, Chris.
Education Review (7) October 2016 pp. 8-9
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government policy; Government funding; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Student needs; Educational attainment; Teacher unions; Mass media. Gonski review; Schooling Resource Standard (SRS). [ID NO.:170139]


E2168
GONSKI REVISITED : MAKING THE EDUCATION DOLLAR WORK FOR OUR KIDS. Cater, Nick; Jackson, Meredith. Barton, ACT : Menzies Research Centre, May 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Position Paper.
(Bibliography).
https://www.menziesrc.org/images/PDF/MRC_Report_Gonski_revisited_Making_the_education_dollar_work_for_our_kids_web.pdf; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Education policy; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Socioeconomic status; Public funding; Equity; Review; Human capital; Investment; Government role; Political attitudes; Campaign; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Student performance; Evidence; International comparisons; Commonwealth government; State government; Teacher unions; Australian Education Union (AEU). Needs-based funding; Gonski model; Gonski review; The Review of funding for schooling; 'Give-a-Gonski'; Gillard government. [ID NO.:170183]


JOUR
GROWING MASTERY IN NYC. Nolan, Joy.
Phi Delta Kappan 98 (3) November 2016 pp. 41-48
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational innovation; Competency based education; School improvement; Student learning; Student engagement; Student outcome; Teachers; United States of America. Mastery-based approach; New York. [ID NO.:170151]


JOUR
HOW DO LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS VARY BY SCHOOL SECTOR AND SOCIOECONOMIC COMPOSITION? : EVIDENCE FROM AUSTRALIAN STUDENTS. Perry, Laura B.; Lubienski, Christopher; Ladwig, James.
Australian Journal of Education 60 (3) November 2016 pp. 175-190 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public schools; Private schools; Socioeconomic status; Student learning; Student outcome; Measurement techniques; Classroom environment; Research methodology; Data; Teacher instruction; Student teacher relationship; Student attitudes; Discipline. Student perception. [ID NO.:170130]


JOUR
IMPROVING EDUCATION OUTCOMES THROUGH EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY AND PRACTICE.
PC News (60) November 2016 pp. 7-10 (SEE Record 160397 - National education evidence base : draft report (Productivity Commission)).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Inquiry; Federal government; Leadership; Policy development; Reform; Early childhood education; Schools; Student learning; Student outcome; Benchmarks; Data collection; Educational standards. Evidence-based. [ID NO.:170149]


JOUR
LEARNING WITH MORAL AUTHORITY. Hooley, Neil.
Education Review (8) November 2016 pp. 8-9
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Policy development; Political attitudes; Neoliberalism; Curriculum; Student learning; Student assessment; Government policy; Victoria. [ID NO.:170141]


E2160
NAP SAMPLE ASSESSMENT SCIENCE LITERACY 2015 : PUBLIC REPORT. Connolly, Nick (et.al.). Sydney, NSW : Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
http://apo.org.au/files/Resource/20170309-nap_sl_final.pdf; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Science education; Literacy; Student learning; Survey; Perception; Research methodology; Data; Student assessment; Measurement techniques; Student achievement; Student characteristics; Student background; Student engagement. NAP sample assessmentâ€"science literacy (NAPâ€"SL). [ID NO.:170175]


E2156
THE NATURE OF PROBLEM SOLVING : USING RESEARCH TO INSPIRE 21ST CENTURY LEARNING. Csapo, Beno; Funke, Joachi. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Educational Research and Innovation.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; Problem solving; Skills; Maths; Student assessment; Student performance; Socioeconomic background; Research methodology; Data; International comparisons; OECD countries. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Information and communications technology (ICT); 21st century skills; Problem based learning. [ID NO.:170171]


JOUR
NEW GLOBAL GOALS. Tebbel, Cyndi.
Australian Educator (93) Autumn 2017 pp. 28-29
KEYWORDS: Education; Access; Participation; Educational disadvantage; Equity; Education funding; Government policy; Teacher shortage; Developing countries. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). [ID NO.:170128]


E2136
PISA 2015 : REPORTING AUSTRALIA'S RESULTS. Thomson, Sue; De Bortoli, Lisa; Underwood, Catherine. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
http://research.acer.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1023&context=ozpisa; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student learning; School environment; Truancy; Student behaviour; Student engagement; Student motivation; Student achievement; Student characteristics; Socioeconomic background; Student assessment; Student performance; Benchmarks; Data; Principals; Teachers; Resources; Perceptions; International comparisons; OECD countries. Scientific literacy; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:170104]


E2155
PISA 2015 RESULTS (VOLUME III) : STUDENTS' WELL-BEING. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
PISA.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; School environment; Student learning; Wellbeing; Research methodology; Measurement techniques; Student needs; Health; Homework; Stress; Bullying; Student motivation; Life style; Teachers; Family environment; Inequality; Family income; International comparisons; OECD countries. Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Information and communications technology (ICT). [ID NO.:170170]


E2145
REGULATING PUBLICLY FUNDED PRIVATE SCHOOLS : A LITERATURE REVIEW ON EQUITY AND EFFECTIVENESS. Boeskens, Luka. Paris : OECD Publishing, November 2016. Electronic document ; graphs.
OECD Education Working Papers, No. 147.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Private schools; Public funding; Regulations; Governance; Equity; Research methodology; Evidence; Literature review; Independent schools; Charter schools; School choice; Tuition fees; Student performance; Socioeconomic status; International comparisons; OECD countries. Selective admission; Student segregation; For-profit schools; Empirical evidence. [ID NO.:170113]


E2159
REVIEW OF YEARS 9 TO 12 TASMANIA : FINAL REPORT. Masters, Geoff (et.al.). [n.p.] : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), December 2016. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
www.education.tas.gov.au/documentcentre/_layouts/DocIdRedir.aspx?ID=TASED-4-7872; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Secondary school education; Student participation; Student learning; School attendance; Retention; Student attainment; Review; Research methodology; Data; Student completion; Vocational education; Training; University education; Curriculum; Pathways; Student characteristics; Employment; Industry; Government policy. Enterprise Education. [ID NO.:170174]


E2137
TIMSS 2015 : REPORTING AUSTRALIA'S RESULTS. Thomson, Sue; Wernert, Nicole; O'Grady, Elizabeth; Rodrigues, Sima. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
http://research.acer.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1002&context=timss_2015; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student assessment; Mathematics education; Science education; Student performance; Student achievement; Benchmarks; Data; Student characteristics; Student background; Truancy; Student engagement; Student behaviour; Principals; Teachers; Resources; Teacher instruction; Student teacher relationship; International comparisons; OECD countries. Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). [ID NO.:170105]


JOUR
TRUMP'S IMPACT ON EDUCATION. Wells, James.
Education Review (8) November 2016 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Education systems; School choice; Public schools; Government funding; Political attitudes; Government policy; United States of America; Economic conditions; School funds; Student learning. Achievement gap; Poor schools. [ID NO.:170142]


E2131
'VISION OR HALLUCINATION? : SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE GONSKI REVIEW' : ADDRESS TO THE TJ RYAN FOUNDATION. Boston, Ken. [n.p.] : TJ Ryan Foundation, February 2017. Electronic document.
(Bibliography).
www.tjryanfoundation.org.au/_dbase_upl/Boston_TJ_Ryan_speech_2017.pdf; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Government policy; Government funding; Mass media; Attitudes; Public opinion; Teaching profession; Resources; Student learning; Socioeconomic background; Educational disadvantage; Student outcome; Educational research; Measurement techniques. Gonski review; Needs-based funding; Gillard government; Coalition Party. [ID NO.:170099]


JOUR
WHAT KIND OF EDUCATION IS NEEDED TO BUILD A BETTER WORLD?. Power, Colin.
Professional Educator 15 (5) October/November 2016 pp. 9-12 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Educational innovation; Access; Participation; Student learning; Student outcome; Wellbeing; Empowerment; Skills; Equity; Labour market; Education funding; International comparisons. Global citizenship; Information and communications technology (ICT); Education for all (EFA); United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). [ID NO.:170152]


E2147
WHERE DOES VOUCHER FUNDING GO? : HOW LARGE-SCALE SUBSIDY PROGRAMS AFFECT PRIVATE-SCHOOL REVENUE, ENROLMENT, AND PRICES. Hungerman, Daniel M.; Rinz, Kevin. Cambridge, : National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), October 2015. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
NBER Working Paper 21687.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Private schools; Public funding; Governance; Accountability; Revenue; School vouchers; Government funding; Student enrolment; Research methodology; Data; School performance; Tuition fees; Education markets; United States of America. School subsidy. [ID NO.:170115]


E2141
WHO MAKES IT INTO PISA? : UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF PISA SAMPLE ELIGIBILITY USING TURKEY AS A CASE STUDY (PISA 20013 - PISA 2012). Spaull, Nicholas. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
OECD Education Working Papers, No. 154.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Access; Socioeconomic status; Student characteristics; Youth; Student learning; Student assessment; Student participation; Student performance; Student attainment; Inequality; Research methodology; Data; Case study; Turkey; International comparisons; OECD countries. Rich poor gap; Demographic and Health Survey (DHS). [ID NO.:170109]


EMPLOYMENT


JOUR
THE ATTRIBUTION OF RESPONSIBILITY IN TRILATERAL WORK RELATIONSHIPS : A CONTRACTUAL ANALYSIS. Bomball, Pauline.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 29 (3) November 2016 pp. 305-326 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Common law; Employment contracts; Law; Courts; Employer employee relationship; Labour supply; Employment relationship; Australia; United Kingdom. Employee responsibility; Labour hire; Trilateral work relationship; Implied contract of employment; Necessity test. [ID NO.:170137]


E2146
CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH JOBS : KEY ISSUES FOR RAISING LABOUR MARKET PARTICIPATION IN AUSTRALIA. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour market; Participation; Access; Disadvantaged; Australia; Research methodology; Statistics; Economic conditions; Government role; Employment policy; Labour force; Retrenchment; Educational attainment; Youth; Disabilities; Women; Indigenous populations; Unemployment; International comparisons; OECD countries. Labour resources; Employability; Barriers to employment; Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET); Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey; Global Financial Crisis (GFC). [ID NO.:170114]


E2157
FINANCIAL INCENTIVES FOR STEERING EDUCATION AND TRAINING. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Getting Skills Right.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour market; Participation; Educational attainment; Skills; Labour supply and demand; Research methodology; Data; Employees; Qualifications; Apprenticeships; Unemployment; Vocational education; Training; Student support; Investment; Employers; Government role; International comparisons; OECD countries. Skill shortage; Financial incentives; Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM); Recognition of learning (RPL); Performance-based funding; Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). [ID NO.:170172]


JOUR
IS THERE STILL AN IMPLIED TERM OF REASONABLE NOTICE ON TERMINATION?. Roeger, Shauna; Stewart, Andrew.
Workplace Review 7 (3) Spring 2016 pp. 105-108
KEYWORDS: Employment contracts; Termination of employment; Law; Employers; Employer employee relationship; Courts. Reasonable notice; Industrial instruments; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:170158]


E2163
TIP OF THE ICEBERG : WEEKEND WORK AND PENALTY IN 108 AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRIES. Stanford, Jim. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, May 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Wages; Working hours; Awards; Labour law; Research; Enterprise agreements; Working conditions; Industry; Employer attitudes; Economic conditions; Government role. Penalty rates; Weekend work; Modern awards; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Retail industry; Hospitality sector. [ID NO.:170178]


JOUR
UNDERSTANDING THE PHOENIX LANDSCAPE FOR EMPLOYEES. Anderson, Helen.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 29 (3) November 2016 pp. 257-282 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Regulations; Employees; Employers; Companies; Government role. Employee entitlements; 'Phoenix activity'; Transparency; Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC); Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:170136]


GOVERNMENT


E2169
BUDGET PAPERS 2017-18. Parkes, ACT : The Treasury, May 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables.
Budget Overview
Budget Paper No. 1: Budget Strategy and Outlook 2017-18
Budget Paper No. 2: Budget Measures 2017-18
Budget Paper No. 3: Federal Financial Relations 2017-18
Budget Paper No. 4: Agency Resourcing 2017-18
Portfolio Budget Statements 2017-18 Budget Related Paper No. 1.5 Education and Training Portfolio
Portfolio Budget Statements 2017-18 Budget Related Paper No. 1.6 Employment Portfolio
The Higher education reform package
http://budget.gov.au/2017-18/content/; accessed on 10 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Federal government; Budgets; Economics; Finance; Government funding; Taxation; Education policy; Higher education; Employment; Social welfare; Skills; Health. [ID NO.:170184]


HIGHER EDUCATION


JOUR
AGAINST THE NEOLIBERAL UNIVERSITY. Hil, Richard.
Arena Magazine (140) 02-03 2016 pp. 12-14
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Innovation; Universities; Change; Privatisation; Ideology; Corporatisation; Neoliberalism; Government policy; Attitudes; Academic freedom; Academics; University students. [ID NO.:170122]


JOUR
ALTERNATIVE PROVIDERS OF HIGHER EDUCATION : WHAT ARE THE RISKS?. Evans, G. R..
Higher Education Review 49 (1) Autumn 2016 pp. 5-26 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Public policy; Government role; Universities; Quality assurance; University students; Degrees; United Kingdom. Private providers; Alternative providers; For-profit; Independent Universities Group. [ID NO.:170143]


JOUR
CHALLENGING LECTURER ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT PRESERVICE TEACHER LEARNING IN MANDATORY INDIGENOUS STUDIES. Thorpe, Katrina; Burgess, Cathie.
The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 45 (2) December 2016 pp. 119-128 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Perception; Study; Aboriginal education; Knowledge; Student teachers; Teacher education; Preservice teachers; Student learning; Student experiences. Lecturers; Indigenous studies. [ID NO.:170134]


JOUR
ENGAGING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGES : FROM SOVEREIGN TO RELATIONAL KNOWERS. Brigg, Morgan.
The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 45 (2) December 2016 pp. 152-158 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Tertiary education; Academics; Aboriginal education; Knowledge; Learning; Student engagement; Cultural context. Non-Indigenous; Indigenous knowledge (IK); Western knowledge; Mainstream education; Cultural politics. [ID NO.:170135]


E2166
"FACEBOOK FOR ACADEMICS" : THE CONVERGENCE OF SELF-BRANDING AND SOCIAL MEDIA LOGIC ON ACADEMIA.EDU. Duffy, Brooke Erin; Pooley, Jefferson D..
Social Media + Society 3 (1) January-March 2017 pp. 1-11 (Bibliography).
Electronic document
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Universities; Academic staff; Marketing; Research and development; Education markets; Competition; Precarious employment. Academia.edu; Self-branding; Social networks; Social media; Scholarly writing; ResearchGate; Facebook; Branding; Open-access. [ID NO.:170181]


E2128
GOING OFF THE BEATEN TRACK : EXPLORING CHINESE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS' MOTIVATIONS FOR SELECTING REGIONAL AUSTRALIAN HIGHER EDUCATION. Wu, Qian (Amanda); Myhill, Marion.
In : Refereed proceedings of the 40th annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International (ANZRSAI), Melbourne, 5-7 December 2016, pp. 165-182 (Bibliography).
http://apo.org.au/files/Resource/11f._wu_and_myhill.pdf; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Higher education; International education; University students; Chinese; International students; Interviews; Case study; Data collection; Perception; Student motivation; Tuition fees; Scholarships; University entrance; Student characteristics. Regional universities; University of Tasmania (UTAS). [ID NO.:170096]


JOUR
IS THERE CLARITY ON HIGHER ED POLICY. Kniest, Paul.
Advocate 23 (3) November 2016 pp. 26-27
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Investment; Reform; Government attitudes; Government policy; Tuition fees; Deregulation; HECS. Demand-driven; Commonwealth supported places (CSP); Higher Education Loan Program (HELP). [ID NO.:170118]


JOUR
PRESSURE POINTS IN UTOPIA. Bothwell, Ellie.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2272) 15-21 September 2016 pp. 30-37
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Higher education; Quality; Educational standards; Reform; Public funding; Government policy; University administration; Researchers; Productivity; International comparisons; OECD countries. Nordic countries; Egalitarian. [ID NO.:170161]


JOUR
SHOULD UNIVERSITIES MONITOR STUDENTS' TIME IN THE STACKS?. Grove, Jack.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2271) 8-14 September 2016 p. 18
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Libraries; Resources; University students; Student engagement; Measurement techniques; Academic staff. University libraries. [ID NO.:170160]


E2150
STUDENT EQUITY AND EMPLOYABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION : FINAL REPORT. Harvey, Andrew (et.al.). Melbourne, Vic. : Centre for Higher Education Equity and Diversity Research, La Trobe University, February 2017. Electronic document.
(Bibliography).
www.latrobe.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/792222/La-Trobe-NPP-Employability-Research-Report-1-February-2017.pdf; accessed on 13 April 2017
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University students; Equity; Research methodology; Data collection; Student characteristics; Student background; Socioeconomic status; Student experience; Student support; Student outcome; Career development; Access; Graduates; Employment; Participation; Student unions; University administration; International comparisons. Employability; Low SES; Completion rates; Graduate outcome. [ID NO.:170164]


JOUR
THINKING CAP ON : WHERE HAS DEMAND DRIVEN OUR UNIVERSITIES?. McCamish, Thornton.
The Monthly (126) September 2016 pp. 28-37
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Policy development; Commercialisation; Education markets; Universities; Access; Participation; Equity; Student demand; Student enrolment; Government funding; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Academic staff. Demand-driven. [ID NO.:170147]


E2127
VISIONS FOR AUSTRALIAN TERTIARY EDUCATION. James, Richard; French, Sarah; Kelly, Paula (eds.). [Melbourne, Vic.] : Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Melbourne, February 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
http://melbourne-cshe.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/2263137/MCSHE-Visions-for-Aust-Ter-Ed-web2.pdf; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Tertiary education; Universities; Vocational education; Training; Education systems; Review; Policy development; Political party policy; Attitudes; Education funding; Equity; Competition; Accountability; Regulations; Internationalisation; Student experience; Labour market; Employment; Skills; Academics; Teachers. Private providers; VET FEE-HELP. [ID NO.:170095]


JOUR
WATT THE? : RESEARCH POLICY AND FUNDING INCENTIVES UNDER A RETURNED TURNBULL GOVERNMENT. Kwok, Jen Tsen.
Advocate 23 (3) November 2016 pp. 28-29
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Innovation; Policy development; Research and development; Government funding; Government policy; Attitudes; Academic staff; Academic freedom; Universities. Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA); Coalition Party. [ID NO.:170119]


JOUR
WHAT IS DIVERSITY FOR?. Cutterham, Tom.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2273) 22-28 September 2016 pp. 40-43
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Curriculum; Diversity; Change; Academics; University students; Ethnicity; Gender; Race; Equity; Student background; Political issues; Government role; Left politics. Decolonisation; White-dominated curriculum; Right wing politics. [ID NO.:170162]


HUMAN RIGHTS


E2132
A CONVERSATION IN GENDER EQUALITY. Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC). Sydney, NSW : Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), March 2017. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography).
https://www.humanrights.gov.au/sites/default/files/document/publication/AHRC_conversation_gender_equality_2017.pdf; accessed on 29 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Women; Human rights; Gender equality; Sexism; Employment; Job security; Workplace environment; Demographics; Violence; Sex discrimination; Rural areas; Community engagement. Public attitudes; Work/family balance; Economic insecurity. [ID NO.:170100]


E2165
FREEDOM OF SPEECH IN AUSTRALIA : INQUIRY INTO THE OPERATION OF PART IIA OF THE RACIAL DISCRIMINATION ACT 1975 (CTH) AND RELATED PROCEDURES UNDER THE AUSTRALIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION ACT 1986 (CTH). Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights. Canberra, ACT : Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, February 2017. Electronic document.
(Bibliography).
9781760105266
KEYWORDS: Human rights; Racial discrimination; Freedom of speech; Inquiry; Law; Legislation; Racial attitudes; Race relations; Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders; Sex discrimination; Disabilities; Religion; Social change; Mass media; Attitudes; Public opinion; Political attitudes; Government role. Social cohesion; Hate speech; Section 18C; Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth); United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (UNCERD). [ID NO.:170180]


E2138
THE GLOBAL SLAVERY INDEX 2016. 3rd ed.. [n.p.] : Walk Free Foundation, 2016. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
http://assets.globalslaveryindex.org/downloads/GSI-2016-Full-Report.pdf; accessed on 30 March 2017
KEYWORDS: Human rights; World problems; Poverty; War; Conflict; Child labour; Gender; Education; Health care; Access; Unemployment; Refugees; Statistics; International comparisons; Government role; Business. Forced labour; Modern slavery; Trafficking of persons; Global Slavery Index. [ID NO.:170106]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


JOUR
CFMEU V ENDEAVOUR COAL : SEVERING WORKPLACE RIGHTS FROM THEIR ORGANISATIONAL IMPACT?. Orifici, Adriana.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 29 (3) November 2016 pp. 328-337 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employers; Trade unions; Court litigation; Employer employee relationship; Employment contracts; Employment conditions; Legislation. Adverse action; Workplace rights; Fair Work Act 2009; CFMEU v Endeavour Coal. [ID NO.:170138]


344.9401 STE
CREIGHTON & STEWART'S LABOUR LAW. Stewart, Andrew (et.al.). 6th ed.. Annandale, NSW : The Federation Press, 2016. cix, 1138 p.
(Index; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Labour law; Industrial relations; Legislation; Government policy; History; Standards; Employment contracts; Collective bargaining; Working conditions; Employers; Trade unions; Industrial action; Employment relationship; Working hours; Unfair dismissal; Termination of employment; Occupational health and safety. Workplace rights; Fair Work Act 2009; National Employment Standards (NES); Modern awards; WorkChoices; International Labour Organisation (ILO); Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption. [ID NO.:170186]


JOUR
EMPLOYEE VOICE IN ENTERPRISE BARGAINING : WHAT MANAGERS MISS WHEN THEY FAIL TO LISTEN. Townsend, Keith; Loudoun, Rebecca.
Labour and Industry 26 (4) December 2016 pp. 266-280
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Enterprise bargaining; Employment; Employer employee relationship; Case study; Workplace environment; Working conditions; Productivity; Employer attitudes; Trade unions. Employee voice; Employee perception; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:170146]


344.9401 EVO
THE EVOLVING PROJECT OF LABOUR LAW : FOUNDATIONS, DEVELOPMENT AND FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS. Howe, John; Chapman, Anna; Landau, Ingrid (eds.). Annandale, NSW : The Federation Press, 2017. xviii, 307 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Labour law; Standards; Legislation; Industrial relations; Labour market; Regulations; Enterprise bargaining; Industrial action; Employment; Discrimination; Government policy; Youth; Equality; Human rights; Corporations; Attitudes; International comparisons. Fair Work Act 2009; Labour hire; Trade agreements. [ID NO.:170188]


JOUR
FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS? : EMPLOYMENT LAW COMPLIANCE : IT'S NOT JUST EMPLOYER'S RESPONSIBILITY. Napper, Neil; Proietto, Daniel.
Workplace Review 7 (3) Spring 2016 pp. 99-104
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Law; Compliance; Human resources; Employers; Employees; Government policy. Fair Work Act 2009; Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO). [ID NO.:170157]


INEQUALITY


JOUR
THE IMF AND A NEW GLOBAL POLITICS ON INEQUALITY?. Nunn, Alex; White, Paul.
Journal of Australian Political Economy (78) Summer 2016/17 pp. 186-231 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Inequality; Poverty; Political attitudes; Policy development; Research methodology; Study; Evidence; Global approach; International organisations; International comparisons; Government role; Neoliberalism; OECD countries. International Monetary Fund (IMF); Political economy; Empirical data; World Bank. [ID NO.:170144]


JOUR
OUT OF TOUCH ON THE POLITICAL CLASS. Eltham, Ben.
Overland (224) Spring 2016 pp. 11-18
KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Inequality; Minimum wage; Mass media; Ideology; Political attitudes; Government role; Politicians; Salaries; Journalism; Social democracy. 'Class war'; News Limited. [ID NO.:170148]


JOUR
UNIVERSAL BASIC INCOME. Klein, Elise.
Arena Magazine (142) 06-07 2016 pp. 6-8
KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Capitalism; Inequality; Poverty; Policy development; Employment; Access; Participation; Precarious employment; Wages; Neoliberalism; Government policy; Attitudes. Universal basic income (UBI); Economic insecurity. [ID NO.:170123]


POLITICS


320.0110994 TIN
IN SEARCH OF GOOD GOVERNMENT : GREAT EXPECTATIONS & POLITICAL AMNESIA. Tingle, Laura. Carlton, Vic. : Black Inc, 2017. 243 p.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Politics; Government; Performance; Governance; Policy development; Politicians; Political attitudes; Public opinion; Mass media; Political party policies; Economic policy; Economic conditions; History; Liberal Party; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Coalition Party. [ID NO.:170159]


TEACHERS


E2170
AUSTRALIA’S PRIMARY CHALLENGE : HOW TO LIFT TEACHER QUALITY IN EARLY SCHOOL YEARS. Jensen, Ben; Roberts-Hull, Katie; Magee, Jacqueline; Ginnivan, Leah. Australian ed.. Washington, DC: National Center on Education and the Economy (NCEE), May 2017. Electronic document ; ill, graphs.
(Bibliography).
https://learningfirst.com/s/Australias-Primary-Challenge.pdf; accessed on 10 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Teachers; Quality; Performance; Teacher education; Research methodology; Pedagogy; Teaching skills; Primary schools; Student learning; Student assessment; Student performance; Teacher induction; Professional learning; Government policy; International comparisons; OECD countries. Teacher knowledge; High-performing systems; Evidence-based. [ID NO.:170185]


JOUR
COPING WITH THE SWITCH. Rogers, Romony.
Australian Educator (93) Autumn 2017 pp. 24-27
KEYWORDS: Beginning teachers; Graduates; School environment; Workload; Teacher support; Teacher background; Professional development. [ID NO.:170127]


E2164
THE GIFTED DIMENSION OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS : IMPLICATIONS FOR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING. Henderson, Lesley; Jarvis, Jane.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 41 (8) August 2016 pp. 60-83 (Bibliography).
Electronic document
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher quality; Professional standards; Professional learning; Teaching practice; Literature review; Pedagogy; Curriculum; Student learning; Gifted; Student engagement; Student needs; Student teacher relationship. Gifted and talented students. [ID NO.:170179]


E2140
INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT ON THE TEACHING PROFESSION : EMPOWERING AND ENABLING TEACHERS TO IMPROVE EQUITY AND OUTCOMES FOR ALL. Gomendio, Montserrat. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher training; Leadership; Autonomy; Skills; Professional learning; Standards; Education systems; Governance; Student teacher relationship; Equity; Curriculum; Student learning; Student attainment; Student characteristics; Teacher unions; Government role; International comparisons; OECD countries. Evidence-based; Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS); International Summit on the Teaching Profession; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA); Gender differences. [ID NO.:170108]


E2142
PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AND THE CHANGING NATURE OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION. Guerriero, Sonia (ed.). Paris : OECD Publishing, 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Educational Research and Innovation.
(Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Pedagogy; Teaching profession; Standards; Governance; Teacher education; Teaching methods; Teacher motivation; Professional development; Educational innovation; Student teacher relationship; Student learning; Student outcome; Research methodology; International comparisons; OECD countries. Pedagogical knowledge; Teaching for Effective Learning (ITEL) project; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:170110]


JOUR
SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO? : RESILIENCE AS A PROTECTIVE FACTOR FOR TEACHERS' INTENTION TO LEAVE THE TEACHING PROFESSION. Arnup, Jessica; Bowles, Terence.
Australian Journal of Education 60 (3) November 2016 pp. 229-244 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Resilience; Teacher attrition; Research methodology; Study; Beginning teachers; Job satisfaction; Teaching conditions; Student achievement. Teacher turnover; Intention to leave. [ID NO.:170132]


JOUR
SPOTLIGHTING CRIMES AGAINST EDUCATION. Tebbel, Cyndi.
Australian Educator (93) Autumn 2017 pp. 30-31
KEYWORDS: Teachers; Human rights; Government attitudes; Democracy; Social justice; Academic freedom. Education International (EI). [ID NO.:170129]


E2158
TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS SYSTEMS, FRAMEWORKS AND MEASURES : A REVIEW. Clinton, Janet (et.al.). Melbourne, Vic. : Centre for Program Evaluation (CPE), Melbourne Graduate School of Education, The University of Melbourne, January 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
(Bibliography).
http://apo.org.au/files/Resource/teachereffectrpt2017.pdf; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher effectiveness; Standards; Teacher evaluations; Education policy; International comparisons; Research methodology; Data; Measurement techniques; Teacher education; Student teachers; Educational attainment; Teacher training; Graduates; Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Government role. Initial teacher training (ITI). [ID NO.:170173]


TRADE UNIONS


331.87 BAR
FROM FIRST CONTACT TO FIRST CONTRACT : A UNION ORGANIZER'S HANDBOOK. Barry, Bill. New York : The Worker Institute at Cornell ILR, 2015. 129 p. ; ill.
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Activism; Union movement; Union membership; Organising; Campaigns; Democracy; Government role; Legislation. [ID NO.:170191]


331.881 BUR
GREEN BANS RED UNION : THE SAVING OF A CITY. Burgmann, Meredith; Burgmann, Verity. 2nd ed.. Sydney, NSW : NewSouth Publishing, 2017. xv, 348 p. ; ill.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Trade unions; Activism; Environmental protection; Government role; New South Wales; Union movement; History; Mass media. Citizen participation; Construction workers; Australian Building Construction Employees' and Builders Labourers' Federation. [ID NO.:170187]


331.8732 BRA
HOW TO JUMP-START YOU UNION : LESSONS FROM THE CHICAGO TEACHERS. Bradbury, Alexandra (et.al.). Detroit : Labor Education and Research Project, 2014. 221 p. ; ill.
A Labor Notes Book.
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Activism; Union movement; Union membership; Organising; Campaigns; Teacher unions; Democracy; Government role; Legislation; Corporations; Privatisation. Chicago Teachers Union (CTU). [ID NO.:170190]


R 331.88025 TRA
TRADE UNIONS OF THE WORLD. Blackburn, Daniel; Cross, Ciaran (eds.). 7th ed.. London : International Centre for Trade Union Rights (ICTUR), 2016. x, 678 p.
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Industrial relations; Directories; International countries; Politics; Economic conditions; History; Union movement; Union membership. Global unions; International Centre for Trade Union Rights (ICTUR). [ID NO.:170166]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


JOUR
VET-FEE HELP IS DEAD. Kniest, Paul.
Advocate 23 (3) November 2016 pp. 24-25
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Reform; Government policy; Legislation; Regulations; Student enrolment; Student participation; Student loans. VET FEE-HELP; Private providers. [ID NO.:170117]


E2167
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION & TRAINING : THE NORTHERN TERRITORY'S HISTORY OF PUBLIC PHILANTHROPY. Zoellner, Don. Acton, ACT : Australian National University (ANU) Press, 2017. Electronic document ; ill.
(Bibliography).
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22459/VET.04.2017; accessed on 7 May 2017
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Northern Territory; History; Research methodology; Governance; Colonisation; Commonwealth government; Education funding; Policy development; Political party policy; Government role; Economic development; Employment; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Philanthropy; European settlement. [ID NO.:170182]


WOMEN


331.4133 FOX
STOP FIXING WOMEN : WHY BUILDING FAIRER WORKPLACES IS EVERYONE'S BUSINESS. Fox, Catherine. Sydney, NSW : NewSouth Publishing, 2017. 214 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Women; Employment; Participation; Access; Sex discrimination; Equality; Wages; Inequality; Gender inequity; Business; Attitudes. Flexibility. [ID NO.:170189]


YOUTH


E2149
PREPARING YOUNG PEOPLE FOR THE FUTURE OF WORK : POLICY ROUNDTABLE REPORT. Torli, Kat; O'Connell, Megan. Melbourne, Vic. : Mitchell Institute, Victoria University, March 2017. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Mitchell Institute policy paper no. 1/2017.
(Bibliography).
www.mitchellinstitute.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Preparing-young-people-for-the-future-of-work.pdf; accessed on 12 April 2017
KEYWORDS: Youth; Policy development; Educational attainment; Employment; Labour market; Access; Participation; Skill development; Unemployment; Statistics; Government policy; Education systems; Secondary education; Student engagement; Vocational education; Training; Transitions; Apprenticeship. Graduate outcome. [ID NO.:170163]


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