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Professor in the Practice of Higher Education Policy at ANU and sector commentator Andrew Norton isn't convinced students are better off under the new HECS-HELP repayment scheme. Picture: Supplied

ANALYSIS: Budget offers more questions than answers

There’s one thing we can say for sure about higher education policy for the next 12 months: no matter which party wins the election, there will be more consultations and reviews. Last year, Labor announced a green paper-white paper approach to getting its policy detail right. Last night, in the 2016–17 Budget, the Liberals called for submissions on policy ideas, with a new 'Expert Advisory Panel' to help them sort out which policy directions to pursue.

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