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Author Archives: John Ross and Julie Hare

The cut-price revolution

The government is getting its higher education revolution at 30 to 40 per cent of cost, higher education experts say. Universities are pushing ahead to meet the government’s education revolution targets despite receiving only 30 to 40 per cent of ...

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Sniffing the wind

Gillard might be our first female PM. She’s also the first PM in 35 years to step up from the education portfolio. But what does it mean? Last Wednesday was just like any other June day in Canberra. No heat ...

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International education exports top $16 billion

Australia’s seemingly irrepressible international education industry earned $16.6 billion last financial year on the back of two consecutive record quarters, according to new figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The latest International Trade in Goods and Services figures, released ...

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Well-kept secrets and a few surprises

Emeritus Professor Denise Bradley runs a watertight ship. The report from her higher education review has been arguably the most eagerly anticipated document to swamp the sector in two decades. But Bradley’s leak-proof outfit ensured that the speculation remained just ...

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