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Analysis shows disturbing VET trend

New analysis has highlighted a 6 per cent decline in government-funded VET students across Australia between 2015 and 2018, sparking concerns about the state of the sector. However, two jurisdictions bucked the trend by showing growth, analysis by Claire Field ...

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Time’s up for cheats as new laws announced

The Morrison government will introduce legislation to curb academic cheating at university, with people found guilty facing up to two years’ jail time or a $210,000 fine. The new laws are targeting so-called “contract cheating”, where third parties provide assessment ...

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Charles Sturt program looks beyond ATAR scores

We’re often told that soft skills such as empathy, collaboration and communication will be key to the future workforce, but they haven’t been considered much in university admission requirements. But now one university is changing all of that. Charles Sturt ...

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