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Education in the digital blender

The digital age will help everyone learn more, everywhere writes Jennifer Bennett. Online and blended learning offer the opportunity to attend university to more people than ever before, while upending notions of what a university actually is.  Two of Australia’s ...

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End of the Line – Beam me up

ET from planet Zog has been beamed from his command ship to earth to discuss Australian higher education policy with the minster for tertiary education, Senator Chris Evans. Startled by the presence of a small green figure, Senator Evans offers a cautious greeting. Minister: What ...

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Time to re-think compulsory school leaving age

Policies that equate raising the school leaving age with improved outcomes are deluded, writes Stuart Middleton. A former director general of the NSW Department of education, Ken Boston arrived back in Australia after 10 years in England and declared he ...

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VET student entitlement schemes flawed

In recent months Skills Victoria’s experimentation with market-based VET funding has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. Despite attempts by the Victorian government to maintain a positive narrative, stories have emerged in the Victorian Parliament and in ...

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