Education & Training

15 September 2014

CUE is the quarterly magazine from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Government. This issue puts forward ideas for achieving deliberative democracy, e-democracy or open government at both central and local government levels, within New Zealand and in the Asia Pacific region.

9 September 2014

Provides data on the structure, finances, and performance of education systems in the OECD’s 34 member countries, as well as a number of partner countries.

5 September 2014

Flexible learning programs generate substantial benefits for individual young people as well as for their communities and broader Australian social and economic imperatives, according to this report.

4 September 2014

Provides a history of the Australian National University's Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies and the iconic building which housed it.

4 September 2014

Graduates, especially women, can expect a substantial increase in the time taken to pay off their student loans under proposed changes to Australia’s higher education sector University, according to this paper.

2 September 2014

In this speech, Mitchell Professorial Fellow Peter Noonan discusses the role of vocational education and training (VET) and calls for a sustainable investment base for VET and a more coherent funding model across the tertiary education system in Australia.

2 September 2014

Presents recommendations for Australia to take a strategic approach to science and its related fields, focusing on: building competitiveness, supporting high quality education and training, maximising research potential and strengthening international engagement.

1 September 2014

Christopher Pyne says there is no alternative to his deregulatory reforms. The evidence suggests otherwise.

29 August 2014

The education systems of Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore and Shanghai routinely top international rankings and their reform efforts in the last three decades are often held up as a model for the west.

28 August 2014

This technical supplement provides an interim model to gauge the potential impacts of policy scenarios proposed in the Productivity Commission's report: Childcare and Early Childhood Learning.