Archived News for Education Sector Professionals - March, 2013
Australia needs to adapt to a change global labour market, where work can be moved around the globe at the stroke of a pen and restructuring is increasingly becoming a regular occurrence, according to the Australian Workplace Productivity Agency (AWPA).
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has launched the country’s first multi-disciplinary research centre dedicated to addressing key issues of food security and environmental challenges.
The Times Higher Education 2013 World Reputation Rankings has been released, with US and UK institutions cementing their places as the world’s top institutions.
The Federal Government has announced it will invest an extra $41.1 million in a new National Partnership agreement to boost literacy and numeracy results in Victorian Schools.
Teachers are being unfairly blamed for the failings of the education system, when in fact they are its greatest asset, Melbourne University’s Professor Stephen Dinham told a gathering of the country’s top pedagogues.