Education & Training

Research
13 April 2015

Ten million Australians are members of their local public library, and one million are enrolled at university. However, in 2015, public libraries and universities are sharing a challenge – adapt...

Research
8 April 2015

Provides a complete assessment of progress towards the Education for All goals established in 2000 at the World Education Forum in Dakar, Senegal.

Research
31 March 2015

The growth of collaborative research practices in a connected era, and latterly a rise in funder mandates, have fuelled a rapid increase in interest in sharing research data.

Research
30 March 2015

Jeff Borland of the University of Melbourne looks at the evidence for various types of active labour market programs in Australia, uncovering some important lessons for policymakers.

Research
30 March 2015

Australia ranks 29th out of 30 in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in terms of the proportion of large businesses and small to medium enterprises (SMEs)...

Audio
26 March 2015

We live in an information rich age, our education levels have increased dramatically over the last few decades, so why hasn’t this led to a similar improvement in the quality of public debate?

Research
26 March 2015

Presents a detailed regional profile of the City of Brimbank, covering a range of health, education and other social and demographic characteristics.

Research
26 March 2015

This exploratory study is the first time that the point of view of primary schools and their day-to-day experiences of dealing with student homelessness have been investigated.

Commentary
25 March 2015

Looked at over time and ranked against other OECD countries, public funding of Australian universities is at a record-breaking low.

Research
20 March 2015

The percentage of Australian school students with the skills and knowledge required to be active and informed citizens has remained stable between 2010 and 2013, but there is room for improvement...