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ACADEMICS 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

ECONOMICS 

EDUCATION GENERAL 

EDUCATION K/12 

EMPLOYMENT

HIGHER EDUCATION

HUMAN RIGHTS

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

TEACHERS

TRADE UNIONS

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

WOMEN

YOUTH


ACADEMICS

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WORKING EVERY WEEKEND : THE PARADOX OF TIME FOR INSECURELY EMPLOYED ACADEMICS. Smithers, Kathleen; Spina, Nerida; Harris, Jess; Gurr, Sarah.
Time & Society 32 (1) 2023 pp. 101-122 

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Academic staff; Interviews; Employment contracts; Casual employment; Casualisation; Tenure; Job security; Working hours; University administration; Neoliberalism; Research; Data collection. Academic work; Burnout; Unpaid work; Fixed-term contracts; ‘Precariously employed academics’ (PEAs); Neoliberal university.

[ID NO.:230034]



EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

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CHILD CARE SUBSIDY ACTIVITY TEST : INCENTIVE OR BARRIER TO LABOUR FORCE PARTICIPATION. Jackson, Angela; McKenzie, Margaret; Grey, Emma. [n.p.] : Impact Economics and Policy, March 2023. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/61e32e62c8c8337e6fd7a1e6/t/6404ef877d49164322d52aa1/1678045067038/IEP_Activity+Test+V5%5B13%5D.pdf ; accessed on 10 March 2023


KEYWORDS: Employment; Labour force; Participation; Women; Mothers; Family responsibilities; Preschool education; Childcare; Access; Costs; Discrimination; Working hours; Low income; Casual employment; Policy framework; Research methodology; Data collection; Economic benefits; Government role; Employers; OECD countries. Gender differences; Paid maternity leave; Barriers to participation; Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Child Care Subsidy (CCS) activity test; Economists.

[ID NO.:230017]


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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR’S BURNOUT : A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE DETERMINANTS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERVENTIONS. Ng, Joanne; Rogers, Marg; McNamara, Courtney. Issues in Educational Research 33 (1) 2023 pp. 173-206 


KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Kindergarten; Preschool teachers; Educators; Teacher burnout; Research methodology; Literature review; Data collection; Low income; Stress; Wellbeing; Mental health; Gender; Job satisfaction; Teacher training; Teacher support; Workload; Working conditions; Social capital; Parents. Low wages; Staff turnover.

[ID NO.:230031]


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ROYAL COMMISSION INTO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION & CARE : INTERIM REPORT. [Adelaide, SA] : Royal Commission into Early Childhood Education and Care, April 2023. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.

https://www.royalcommissionecec.sa.gov.au/documents/RCECEC-Interim-Report.pdf ; accessed on 19 April 2023


KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; South Australia; Inquiry; Policy framework; Data collection; Preschools; Access; Participation; Enrolment data; Fees; Child development; Cognitive development; Educational outcomes; Families; Socioeconomic status; Disadvantaged children; Aboriginal children; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Government funding; Educators; Preschool teachers; OECD countries. Early childhood education and care (ECEC); Child Care Subsidy (CCS).

[ID NO.:230032]


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WHO IS STUDYING WHAT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE? : COMPOSITE NARRATIVES OF AUSTRALIAN EDUCATORS ENGAGING IN FURTHER STUDY. McKinlay, Sharon (et.al.). Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 48 (1) March 2023 pp. 66–80 (Bibliography).

KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Teachers; Educators; Survey; Lifelong learning; Higher education; Vocational education; Training; Student support; Student completion; Qualifications; Employment status; Research; Data collection; Teacher quality; Wages; Working conditions; Retention; Government policy. Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC); Long day care; Permanent employment; Workforce shortage; Workforce strategies.

[ID NO.:230018]




ECONOMICS

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5-YEAR PRODUCTIVITY INQUIRY : ADVANCING PROSPERITY : INQUIRY REPORT : VOLUME 1. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, February 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Report no. 100.

https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-volume1-advancing-prosperity.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

Recommendations and reform directives
https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-recommendations-reform-directives.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

KEYWORDS: Productivity; Inquiry; Innovation; Economic conditions; Education systems; Higher education; Vocational education; Training; Employment; Workplace relations; Policy development; Employers; Employees; Skills; Labour market; Wages; Innovation; Migration; Government policy; University students; Student outcome; Lifelong learning. Student contributions; Flexibility; Digital technology.

[ID NO.:230027]




EDUCATION – GENERAL

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5-YEAR PRODUCTIVITY INQUIRY : FROM LEARNING TO GROWTH : INQUIRY REPORT : VOLUME 8. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, February 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Report no. 100.

https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-volume8-education-skills.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

Factsheet no. 7 - School education
https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-factsheet7-school-education.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

Factsheet no. 8 - Tertiary education
https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-factsheet8-tertiary-education.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Productivity; Inquiry; Economic conditions; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; Policy development; Skill development; Lifelong learning; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Tertiary education; Access; Student demand; Socioeconomic status; University students; Student costs; Student completion; Retention; School improvement; Disadvantaged students; Charter schools; Student outcome; Academic staff; University teaching; Teaching profession; Teacher workload; International comparisons. Workforce development; Job-ready Graduates (JRG); Initial teacher education (ITE); Digital technology; Private providers; COVID-19.

[ID NO.:230024]


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ATAR'S RISING RELEVANCE : EXPLORING ADMISSION STANDARDS AND THE FALLING COMPLETION RATES OF SCHOOL LEAVERS AT AUSTRALIA’S UNIVERSITIES. Joseph, Rob. Sydney, NSW : The Centre for Independent Studies, February 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Analysis Paper 44.

https://www.cis.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/AP44_-ATARs-rising-relevance-1.pdf ; accessed on 6 March 2023


KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Secondary school students; Student learning; Student completion; Student attrition; Educational disadvantage; Student characteristics; Pathways; University admissions; Universities; HECS; Data collection; Government funding. Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Early offers; Demand-driven system; Commonwealth supported places (CSP); Job-ready Graduates (JRG).

[ID NO.:230002]


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EDUCATION POLICY OUTLOOK IN AUSTRALIA. Olivares, Christopher (et.al.). Paris : OECD Publishing, 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables. OECD Education Policy Perspectives No. 67.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Australia; Government policy; Government funding; Student performance; Equity; Educational standards; Socioeconomic background; Research methodology; Data collection; Disadvantaged students; Socioeconomic status; Student characteristics; Aboriginal students; Participation; Retention; School improvement; Early childhood education; Secondary education; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Governance; Teaching profession; Teacher shortage; Labour market; OECD countries. Policy analysis; Remote learning; COVID-19.

[ID NO.:230021]


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GENDER, EDUCATION AND SKILLS : THE PERSISTENCE OF GENDER GAPS IN EDUCATION AND SKILLS. Encinas-Martin, Marta; Cherian, Michelle. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2023. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables. OECD Skills Studies.


KEYWORDS: Education systems; Gender equality; Secondary school students; Early school leavers; Literacy; Numeracy; Mathematics education; Science education; Stereotypes; Student attitudes; Student performance; Educational achievement; Career choice; Transitions; Tertiary education; Skill development; Labour market; Salaries; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; International comparisons; OECD countries. High-achieving students; Gender differences; Gender disparities; Pay gap; Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM); Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC); Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).

[ID NO.:230001]


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IS EDUCATION LOSING THE RACE WITH TECHNOLOGY? : AI'S PROGRESS IN MATHS AND READING. OECD. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2023. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables. Educational Research and Innovation.

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Information technology; Training; Numeracy; Literacy; Student learning; Student performance; Skill development; Adult literacy; Technological change; Educational research; Benchmarks; Measurement techniques; Labour market; Employment; Wages; Research methodology; Data collection; Occupations; OECD countries. Artificial Intelligence (AI); Digital skills; Information and communications technologies (ICT); Survey of Adult Skills (PIAAC); Programme for International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC).; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA).

[ID NO.:230022]


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SAINT PAUL AND THE EDUCATION ENCOUNTER : LESSONS ON LOVE, EVENT AND CHANGE. Victory, Michael. Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd, 2022. Electronic document : ill., tables.

KEYWORDS: Religious education; Religion; Christianity; History; Educational research; Philosophy; Communities; Educators; Pedagogy; Teaching practice; Mathematics education. Saint Paul; Social practices.

[ID NO.:230003]



EDUCATION K-12

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CHOICE AND FAIRNESS : A COMMON FRAMEWORK FOR ALL AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLS. Greenwell, Tom; Bonnor, Chris. [n.p.] : Australian Learning Lecture, Koshland Innovation Fund, 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables.

https://all-learning.org.au/app/uploads/2023/03/12121-ALL_CommonFramework_Doc_Web_FA.pdf ; accessed on 19 April 2023

Executive summary:
https://all-learning.org.au/app/uploads/2023/04/12121-ALL_Concise_Common_Framework_Web_A4_FA.pdf ; accessed on 19 April 2023

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public schools; Religious schools; Independent schools; Public funding; Equity; Commonwealth government; State government; Government policy; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; International comparisons; Policy development; Educational research; Inequality; Disadvantaged students; Student needs; Low income; Family background; Family income; School choice; Student enrolment; Educational achievement; Teachers. Segregation; Low SES; Declining achievement; Advantaged schools; High-performing students; Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA); Schooling Resource Standard (SRS); Gonski review; Socio-economically mixed schools.

[ID NO.:230033]


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CLOSE THE GAPS BETWEEN RICH AND POOR. Cobbold, Trevor. Save Our Schools (SOS), December 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Education Research Paper.

https://saveourschools.com.au/funding/shocking-inequalities-in-school-results/#more-5303 ; accessed on 6 March 2023

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Public schools; Independent schools; Catholic schools; Inequity; Education funding; Commonwealth government; Disadvantaged students; Aboriginal students; Remote areas; Student learning; Student outcome; Socioeconomic status; Educational standards; Educational research; Equity; Statistical analysis. Schooling Resource Standard (SRS); Rich poor gap; High SES students; Low SES students; Achievement gap; Advantaged students; National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN).

[ID NO.:230006]


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NAB EDUCATION INSIGHTS SPECIAL REPORT : PART 1 : STUDENT WELLBEING - HOW YOUNG PEOPLE REALLY FEEL ABOUT THEIR LIVES. Pearson, Dean; De lure, Robert. [n.p.] : NAB Behavioural & Industry Economics, March 2023. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.

https://business.nab.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/NRE29033_NAB-Education-Insights-Special-Report-Part-1_1.3.2023.pdf ; accessed on 8 March 2023

KEYWORDS: Government schools; Nongovernment schools; Secondary school students; Youth; Survey; Girls; Boys; Perception; Wellbeing; Mental health; School environment; Student support; Stress; Bullying; Learning outcomes; Data collection; Parent perception; Teachers. Physical wellbeing; Loneliness; Remote learning.

[ID NO.:230011]


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SHAPING AI AND EDTECH TO TACKLE AUSTRALIA'S LEARNING DIVIDE. Loble, Leslie. Broadway, NSW : Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion, University of Technology Sydney, December 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.

https://www.uts.edu.au/sites/default/files/2022-12/PRF-UTS-Shaping-AI-EdTech-LOBLE-report.pdf ; accessed on 6 March 2023

KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Information technology; Access; Equity; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Disadvantaged students; Learning outcomes; Student achievement; Research methodology; Case studies; Data collection; Parent role; Teacher quality; Teaching skills; Teacher effectiveness. Learning gap; Special needs; Digital skills; Teaching strategies; Remote learning; COVID-19; National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Education technology (Edtech); Artificial intelligence (AI).

[ID NO.:230007]



EMPLOYMENT

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ARRIVING AT A SOCIAL EQUITY ORIENTATION ON WORKPLACE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE POLICY IN AUSTRALIA. Ellicott, Susan G. Labour and Industry 32 (4) December 2022 pp. 358-379 (Bibliography).

KEYWORDS: Employment; Social equity; Gender equality; Industrial relations; Law; Policy development; Union movement; Women; Research; Government policy; Employees; Collective bargaining; Employer attitudes; Workplace environment; Trade unions; Union members; Political party policy. Paid domestic violence leave; Family violence; Employer associations; Leave entitlements; National Employment Standards (NES); Modern awards; Fair Work Act 2009.

[ID NO.:230009]


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A DECADE OF WAGES LOST. Buckland, Michael; Reinhard, Joey. [n.p.] : The McKell Institute, January 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables.


https://mckellinstitute.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/A-decade-of-wages-lost.pdf ; accessed on 8 March 2023

KEYWORDS: Employment; Wages; Statistical analysis; Economic conditions; Teacher salaries; Living standards. Wage decline; Wage growth; Wage Price Index (WPI). 

[ID NO.:230013]



HIGHER EDUCATION

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5-YEAR PRODUCTIVITY INQUIRY : INNOVATION FOR THE 98% : INQUIRY REPORT : VOLUME 5. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, February 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Report no. 100.

https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-volume5-innovation-diffusion.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

Factsheet no. 3 - Innovation for the 98%
https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-factsheet3-innovation-diffusion.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

KEYWORDS: Productivity; Innovation; Review; Policy development; Economic conditions; Higher education; Universities; Academics; Researchers; Commercialisation; Education systems; Teachers; Students; Vocational education; Training; Government policy; Government role; Business; Human capital; Investment; Benchmarking; Employment; Employees; Skills; Labour market; Wages. University-industry partnership; Digital technologies; Registered training organisations (RTOs); COVID-19.

[ID NO.:230025]


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AMELIORATING DISADVANTAGE : CREATING ACCESSIBLE, EFFECTIVE, AND EQUITABLE CAREERS AND STUDY INFORMATION FOR LOW SOCIOECONOMIC STUDENTS : FINAL REPORT. Bennett, Dawn (et.al.). Perth, WA : National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, Curtin University, 2022. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.

https://www.ncsehe.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/2022-NCSEHE-BennettCoffey-Final-Formattted.pdf ; accessed on 8 March 2023

KEYWORDS: Higher education; Vocational education; Training; Access; Secondary school students; Career guidance; Pathways; Participation; Equity; Socioeconomic status; Disadvantaged students; Measurement techniques; Aboriginal students; Rural students; Remote areas; Career education; Academic achievement; Research methodology; Data collection. Low SES; High SES; Employability; Student voice; Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Job-ready Graduates (JRG); Index of Community Socioeconomic Advantage (ICSEA); Indigenous, Regional and Low SES Attainment Fund (IRLSAF); Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY).

[ID NO.:230015]


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THE FINANCIAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT OF THE COST OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION. Futurity Investment Group. Melbourne, Vic. : Futurity Investment Group, 2023. Electronic document : ill., graphs.


https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Yj_1mpXqwdXRBlufhuNXQGwuTK1InwCL/view ; accessed on 8 March 2023


KEYWORDS: Higher education; University education; Student costs; HECS; Research; Data collection; Student experience; Student loans; Gender; Stress; Student completion; Employment; Universities; Education funding. HECS-HELP; Student debt. [ID NO.:230012]


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GENDER, EQUITY AND POLICY NEGLECT IN STUDENT FINANCING OF TERTIARY EDUCATION. Warburton, Mark. [Melbourne, Vic.] : Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE), The University of Melbourne, 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables. 2023.

https://melbourne-cshe.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/4509852/Gender-equity-and-policy-neglect-in-student-financing.pdf ; accessed on 6 March 2023


KEYWORDS: Tertiary education; Higher education; Vocational education; Training; Inequity; Gender; Policy framework; Research methodology; History; Data collection; Student participation; Student costs; Student support; HECS; Educational attainment; Occupations; Salaries; Taxation; Women; Student loans; Debt; Employment; Apprenticeships; Government policy. Student contribution; Economic disadvantage; FEE-HELP.

[ID NO.:230004]


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THE MOTIVATIONS OF STAKEHOLDERS WHEN DEVELOPING UNIVERSITY INDUSTRY COLLABORATIONS IN AN AUSTRALIAN
UNIVERSITY : THREE CASE STUDIES
. Littleton, Clare; Townsin, Louise; Beilby, Justin. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management March 2023 pp. 1-14 


KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Industry; Interviews; Case studies; Literature review; University curriculum; University students; Student placement; Skills; Graduates; Employment; Academics. Employability; University-industry collaboration; Work-integrated learning (WIL); Stakeholders; Mutual benefits.

[ID NO.:230023]




HUMAN RIGHTS

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RELIGIOUS EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND ANTI-DISCRIMINATION LAWS : CONSULTATION PAPER. Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC). George Street Post Shop, QLD : Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC), January 2023. Electronic document : ill., tables.

https://www.alrc.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/ALRC-Anti-discrimination-Laws-CP-2023.pdf ; accessed on 6 March 2023

KEYWORDS: Religion; Religious schools; Religious education; Sex discrimination; Education policy; Inquiry; Policy framework; Human rights; Government role; Autonomy; Law; Students; Identity; Gender; Parents; Teachers; Employment; International comparisons. Exclusion; Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI+); Fair Work Act 2009; Freedom of religion; Legal obligations.

[ID NO.:230008]




INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

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5-YEAR PRODUCTIVITY INQUIRY : A MORE PRODUCTIVE LABOUR MARKET : INQUIRY REPORT : VOLUME 7. Productivity Commission. Canberra, ACT : Productivity Commission, February 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables. Report no. 100.

https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-volume7-labour-market.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

Factsheet no. 6 - Workplace relations and platform work
https://www.pc.gov.au/inquiries/completed/productivity/report/productivity-factsheet6-workplace-relations.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

KEYWORDS: Employment; Skills; Labour market; Productivity; Inquiry; Research methodology; Data collection; Policy development; Workplace relations; Participation; Minimum wage; Wages; Collective bargaining; Enterprise bargaining; Working hours; Employees; Tertiary education; Training; Skill development; Qualifications; Employers; Migrant workers; Employer employee relationship; Government policy; Trade unions; International comparisons. Modern awards; Better off overall test (BOOT); National Employment Standards (NES); Fair Work Act 2009; Skill shortage; Job mobility; COVID-19.

[ID NO.:230026]



TEACHERS

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THE AUSTRALIAN PRINCIPAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELLBEING SURVEY : 2021 DATA. See, Sioau-Mai; Kidson, Paul; Marsh, Herbert W.; Dicke, Theresa. North Sydney, NSW : Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University, February 2022. Electronic document : graphs, tables.

https://www.healthandwellbeing.org/reports/AU/2021_ACU_Principals_HWB_Final_Report.pdf ; accessed on 17 April 2023

KEYWORDS: Principals; Survey; Data collection; Occupational health; Wellbeing; Leadership; Working conditions; Workload; Working hours; Stress; Health; Bullying; Professional development; Professional learning; Teachers; School parent relationship; Student learning; Student background; Student behaviour; Violence; Parent role; Gender; Government role. Burnout; Work/family conflict; Principal health & wellbeing survey; School closures; COVID-19.

[ID NO.:230029]


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THE AUSTRALIAN PRINCIPAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELLBEING SURVEY : 2022 DATA. See, Sioau-Mai; Kidson, Paul; Dicke, Theresa; Marsh, Herbert W.. North Sydney, NSW : Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University, March 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables.

https://www.healthandwellbeing.org/reports/AU/2022_ACU_Principals_HWB_Final_Report.pdf ; accessed on 17 April 2023


KEYWORDS: Principals; Survey; Data collection; Occupational health; Wellbeing; Leadership; Working conditions; Workload; Working hours; Stress; Health; Bullying; Professional development; Professional learning; Teachers; School parent relationship; Student learning; Student background; Student behaviour; Violence; Parent role; Gender; Government role. Burnout; Work/family conflict; Principal health & wellbeing survey; School closures; COVID-19.

[ID NO.:230030]


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THE EFFECT OF RIGHT TO WORK LAWS ON UNION MEMBERSHIP AND SCHOOL RESOURCES : EVIDENCE FROM 1942-2017. Lyon, Melissa Arnold.
Educational Researcher 20 (10) April 2023 pp. 1-9 


KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Union membership; Teacher unions; Power; Public sector; Lobbying; Education funding; Research methodology; Statistical analysis; History; Education policy; Political attitudes; Schools; Collective bargaining; Policy framework; Government role; United States of America. Janus v. AFCSME (2018); School resources; Right to Work (RTW); Policy analysis; Unionisation; Non-union; Educational expenditure; Decrease union membership.

[ID NO.:230035]


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FRESH EVIDENCE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND TEACHING QUALITY. Gore, Jennifer (et.al.). The Australian Educational Researcher March 2023 24 p.


KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Primary school teachers; Teaching experience; Beginning teachers; Teacher quality; Educational research; Measurement techniques; Data collection; Education policy; International comparisons; Professional development; Pedagogy; Teacher effectiveness; Student achievement; Test scores; Mass media. Initial teacher education (ITE); Classroom observation; Quality Teaching Model. [ID NO.:230010]


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TEACHER EDUCATION EXPERT PANEL : DISCUSSION PAPER. Teacher Education Expert Panel. [Canberra, ACT] : Department of Education, March 2023. Electronic document : ill., graphs, tables.

https://www.education.gov.au/download/15222/teacher-education-expert-panel-discussion-paper/31881/teacher-education-expert-panel-discussion-paper/pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Student teachers; Student achievement; Research methodology; Data collection; Policy development; Teacher placement; Teacher training; University education; Government funding; Government policy; Graduates; Pedagogy; Teacher support; Teacher quality; Teaching practice; Teacher performance; Teacher retention. Initial teacher education (ITE); Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR); Evidence-based.

[ID NO.:230028]


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TEACHER SHORTAGES AND EDUCATION OUTCOMES IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Portfolio Committee No. 3 - Education. [Sydney, NSW] : Portfolio Committee No. 3 - Education, Legislative Council, February 2023. Electronic document : tables. Report no. 50.

https://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/lcdocs/inquiries/2909/Report%20No%2050%20-%20Teacher%20shortages%20and%20education%20outcomes%20in%20New%20South%20Wales%20-%2024%20February%202023.pdf ; accessed on 8 March 2023

KEYWORDS: Teaching profession; Teacher shortages; New South Wages; Inquiry; Policy development; Teacher supply; Teacher quality; Teacher workload; Casual employment; Working conditions; Principals; Teacher status; Teacher recruitment; Classroom management; Student learning; Student support; Wellbeing; Educational outcomes; Government role; Teacher unions. Initial teacher education (ITE); Out-of-field; Teacher vacancies; Mobile phones; NSW Teachers' Federation (NSWTF); Independent Education Union of Australia (NSW/ACT).

[ID NO.:230014]



TRADE UNIONS

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WHAT EXPLAINS THE INCREASE IN TRADE UNION DENSITY AND FEMALE SHARE OF UNION MEMBERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM IN 2017–2020?. Harris, Richard; Moffat, John. Journal of Industrial Relations 2023 pp. 1-17 

KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Union membership; Gender; Public sector; United Kingdom; Employment; Job insecurity; Research; Data collection; Collective bargaining; Employment contracts; Private sector; Europe; OECD countries. Unionisation; Union density; Union decline; Job tenure.

[ID NO.:230016]




VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING

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FUTURE DELIVERY OF FOUNDATION SKILLS TRAINING IN REMOTE AUSTRALIA : DISCUSSION PAPER. Department of Employment and Workplace Relations. [n.p.] : Department of Employment and Workplace Relations, December 2022. Electronic document.


https://www.dewr.gov.au/download/14885/future-delivery-foundation-skills-training-remote-australia-discussion-paper-december-2022/31450/future-delivery-foundation-skills-training-remote-australia-discussion-paper-december-2022/pdf ; accessed on 21 April 2023


KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; Skill development; Remote areas; Access; Policy framework; Student participation; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Adult literacy; Government role. Foundation skills; Job seekers; Skills for Education and Employment (SEE); Language, literacy, numeracy, and digital skills (LLND); Remote Community Pilots (Pilots); Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP); Community Development Program (CDP).

[ID NO.:230005]



WOMEN

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THE TIMES THEY AREN'T A-CHANGIN (ENOUGH) : IT IS PAST TIME TO VALUE WOMEN'S WORK EQUALLY. Littleton, Eliza; Jericho, Greg. Manuka, ACT : The Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, March 2023. Electronic document : graphs, tables.

https://australiainstitute.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Centre-for-Future-Work-Gender-Pay-Gap-WEB.pdf ; accessed on 14 April 2023

KEYWORDS: Employment; Women; Wages; Gender equality; Work value; Working hours; Statistical analysis; Low income; Early childhood education; Childcare; Access; Costs; Labour market; Sex discrimination; Salaries; Superannuation; Men; International comparisons; OECD countries. Pay gap; Unpaid work; Segregation; Insecure work; Flexible work arrangements.

[ID NO.:230020]



YOUTH

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GEN F'D? : HOW YOU AUSTRALIANS CAN RECLAIM THEIR UNCERTIAN FUTURES. Pennington, Alison. South Yarra, Vic : Hardie Grant, 2023. 137 p. The Crikey Read.

KEYWORDS: Youth; Employment; Wages; Social conditions; Economic conditions; Economic opportunities; Unions; Neoliberalism; Australia. Public housing; Fair go; COVID-19; Young Australians.

[ID NO.:230019]



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