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  • University policies and practices appear to influence the rate at which institutions admit students … Show more

  • There is nothing new that poor numeracy skills are prevalent among children and adults with… Show more

  • We know that mathematics is one of the cornerstones of our civilisation, and those with higher… Show more

  • A recent report by Sinan Gemici, Patrick Lim and Tom Karmel, entitled The impact of schools on… Show more

  • Completion rates are, in the simplest sense, the proportion of people who finish a qualification… Show more

  • Young people are usually the ones who suffer most when there is an economic decline. A recent paper … Show more

  • Speech by Dr Peter Shergold, Chair of the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) … Show more

  • The need to keep students engaged is a constant focus for vocational education and training (VET)… Show more

  • This article summarising the paper "Which paths work for which young people?", which asks … Show more

  • With a policy focus on improving the skills of Australian workers and increasing the productivity… Show more

  • If you’re looking for a job, career change or promotion, vocational education and training (VET)… Show more

  • In Australia, after people complete their compulsory schooling, their main choices for post-school… Show more

  • This piece explores whether participation in VET in schools assists the transition of young people… Show more

  • The notion that Indigenous culture acts as a barrier to achievement in vocational education and… Show more


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