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The Canadian college system is more attractive to high achieving school graduates than is the somewhat comparable Australian VET sector according to this study.
This study provides a comparison of the post-school education systems of Australia and Canada using data from the Longitudinal Surveys...
Using census data, the authors find that the participation rates of both men and women with low educational attainment rose substantially between 2001 and 2006.
However, the participation rates of people with no post-school qualifications remain significantly below those with post-school qualifications (around 10...
• Child care is said to be a public good because it supposedly has developmental and academic benefits for children, and increases female labour-force participation and therefore economic growth. Numerous reports state unequivocally—but often without providing supporting evidence—that more women would work if child care...
The Federal Government’s Work Choices legislation has severely curtailed the capacity of State Governments to regulate labour practices directly by legislation. Of the possible State Government regulatory responses to Work Choices, it is the use of public procurement as a means for...