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Shared research infrastructures are playing an increasingly important role in most scientific fields and represent a significant proportion of the total public investment in science. Many of these infrastructures have the potential to be used outside of their traditional scientific domain and outside of the...
A new international website to support the work of people who commission and evaluate development projects has been created, with leadership from RMIT University's Centre for Applied Social Research.
The site aims to share the experiences and ideas of people who conduct and commission...
Australian schools need an injection of at least an extra $5 billion, according to the Gonski report, the most far-reaching review of schools funding since 1973.
The review found the current education system is complex, confusing, failing disadvantaged students and contributing to falling performances...
equity101 is a repository of social inclusion policies, programs and research in education as well as a forum for social inclusion discussion and debate, for education researchers, practitioners, teachers, senior managers and policy makers.
In consultation with key stakeholders, the National Centre for Student...
The first Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) evaluation of disciplinary and institutional research quality in early 2011 established a comprehensive measure of research performance. The effect on institutions was immediate and electric, everywhere triggering strategies to lift ERA rankings.
This suggests that the...
Using 2015 and 2016 total VET activity data, this infographic examines the uptake and utility of training package qualifications.
The threat posed by commercial lock-up of crucial infrastructure has implications that transcend libraries and extend across the operations of higher education institutions, writes Heather Joseph.
This Learning Curve presents findings from the 2016 Tell Them From Me school surveys completed by primary and secondary students, parents/carers and teachers in NSW government schools.
Rational: Chronic disease is a major agent in the gap in expected life span of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, which some see as the result of self-inflicted lifestyle choices. This need not be the case, however.
Method: An economic optimisation model is...
This report presents the findings of a 2015 Jack Brockhoff Foundation Churchill Fellowship research project. It discusses cross-system collaborative efforts in the US, Scotland and Denmark to keep young people in school and out of the justice system and puts forward 12 recommendations for improvements...