Australia’s Ageing Future: Too Hard for Labor

Ageing is the biggest social issue facing Australia. By the middle of the century there will be 50,000 centenarians and the number of 85 year olds is expected to jump from 400,000 in 2007 to 1.6 million in 2047.

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Australia’s Ageing Future: Too Hard for Labor

The importance of teaching

England is fortunate that we have so many great schools, so many superb teachers and so many outstanding head teachers.

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Labor’s education revolution: an evaluation

National surveys consistently place education, along with employment, health and the economy, as an issue near the top of the list when it comes to ranking voters’ concerns.

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Best in Class

Teacher reforms to give our students the world’s best education

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The Liberal view of higher education

Student loss a $2.6bn blow”, “Unis locked in the ‘great’ debate”, “Overseas student strategy criticised”, “Quality debate stifled”, “Universities fee hike threatens an equitable system”, “Basic research fails leadership and funding test”.

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After Dawkins

Bringing diversity back to Australian higher education.

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Challenges for our universities in the 21st century

Australia’s universities are central pillars of our civil society. As well as providing tertiary education at Bachelor, Masters and Doctoral level, they contribute significantly to the research and innovation base of the country, provide community support in many areas of intellectual endeavour and act as one of the repositories of our national culture.

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