Trigger warnings, cultural appropriation and safe spaces. Who decided to bestow guardian status to Australian universities? This publication looks at how we got here, where we are headed and what the alternative is to this new status quo.
From its earliest classical origins, education's real purpose was to build 'character' so graduates could take up their role in their society and contribute to the good of everyone. But is that still the case or have financial imperatives had their way?
This paper prescribes a dose of market forces for Australia's medical workforce training.
It is a cautionary story about that fatal conceit, especially relevant in this era of neo-Keynesianism where government intervention is becoming the default mode. It shows how central planning, to paraphrase...