Education & Training

Research
26 July 2015

A huge spread of achievement levels in Australian classrooms is making it hard for teachers to implement best education practice and target their teaching to the needs of every individual student...

Commentary
24 July 2015

Australia’s school funding system keeps shifting resources towards non-government schools, and the argument that this saves public money is looking even shakier

Research
23 July 2015

This report shows how government funding of schools has shifted in recent years and how familiar claims about the relative cost of schools have become obsolete and misleading.

Research
23 July 2015

The 2015 COAG Leaders' Retreat issued a communique outlining the steps agreed to by the leaders in working towards major reform of Australia's Federation, with a focus on health, education,...

Research
23 July 2015

Demonstrating that professional development really works for the Australian Not-for-Profit sector, this report presents seven key findings which show that developing NFP employees and volunteers...

Research
22 July 2015

This paper advocates for a co-ordinated cultural shift in their engagement with access to resources in order to make peer-reviewed articles available to a wider audience.

Research
21 July 2015

The focus of this paper is on social media in teacher education in relation to the use of social media for building a professional online presence and learning network.

Research
20 July 2015

This report models the costs of a single income contingent loans scheme for higher education and vocational education and training (VET) students. It seeks to quantify the largely hidden...

Website
17 July 2015

OpenDOAR is an authoritative directory of academic open access repositories.

Website
17 July 2015

The aim of ROAR is to promote the development of open access by providing timely information about the growth and status of repositories throughout the world. Open access to research maximises...