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Australia’s record long stretch of uninterrupted economic growth has not been by chance but by design. To continue experiencing economic growth, and opportunities for all Australians, requires the nation to become more innovative, more competitive, and to better equip and engage its workers. This growth...
In his official Budget reply address last night, Bill Shorten laid out Labor's plan to get the country moving in the wake of the mining boom. It's an agenda with an emphasis on education and clean energy.
The Opposition leader rejected the Government's Budget...
This report defines enduring principles to underpin the long-term funding of Australian higher education as well as specific recommendations and options for a reformed funding model.
Australia’s future social and economic development depends on having an educated and highly skilled community, delivering creativity, innovation...
The audit objective was to examine the effectiveness of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations' establishment of the Primary Schools for the 21st Century (P21) element of the Building the Education Revolution (BER) program. The focus of the audit was on: the establishment...
This paper sets out the main issues being considered by the Commission in this new inquiry.
The federal government has directed the Commission to give consideration to and advise on:
• demand for the workforce’s services, with particular regard to the skill sets...