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An expert conducting a review of regional education for the federal government thinks Australia has become too obsessed with sending country students to university.
There's been a long and chequered history of decentralisation in Australia—indeed it goes back at least as far as 50 years, with Gough Whitlam campaigning on the issue back in 1966.
The push to move our workforces out of the cities and to the...
The 85 per cent of Australia that is remote from the main centres of population is a place of recurrent crises leading to ad hoc special interventions. Broken up by state and territory boundaries it is the backyard for the governments of Australia. While it...