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Looking backwards to tomorrow

From the vantage point of Australian higher education in 2011, the sector of twenty years ago is another world.  There are points of connection with 1991, as with a parallel universe. But much has altered in higher education, in policy, ...

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International student security

We need to denationalise, globalise and humanise the concept of international security, writes Simon Marginson. Death comes to all of us. But in a few special cases, a person’s death takes on a great significance because of its timing within ...

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Life after Bradley

The Bradley report is politically astute and enters the policy mainstream. Its main concerns about participation rates, social equity and VET reform are shared with the Rudd Government. Denise Bradley and her panel have also read the fiscal issues well. ...

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