EVENT – VET in CRISIS – The first in a series of seminars on problems with Vocational Education – John Cain Foundation and Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy, University of Melbourne

Melbourne,  2nd March 2017 John Cain Foundation and Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy, University of Melbourne present:  Professor Leesa Wheelahan – leading a discussion on VET IN CRISIS Professor Leesa Wheelahan is the William G. Davis Chair in Community College Leadership at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Canada. Leesa has published … [Read More] EVENT – VET in CRISIS – The first in a series of seminars on problems with Vocational Education – John Cain Foundation and Centre for Vocational and Educational Policy, University of Melbourne

Social Service Futures and the Productivity Commission: A Power To Persuade dialogue – PTP

Power to Persuade is hosting a dialogue on the Productivity Commission and the forthcoming review of public services. Extract 2016 will see a Productivity Commission Inquiry into the marketization of social services. Power to Persuade believes that the outcome will be critical to the future of Australian society and is organising a dialogue to raise … [Read More] Social Service Futures and the Productivity Commission: A Power To Persuade dialogue – PTP

VET Reform: Bureaucracy naïve to moral compass of the private sector – The Mandarin

Extract from an article by Paul Roberts-Thomson OPINION: The Australian VET market is nearly 20 years old, but defendable quality control remains elusive. The market has figured out it is a lot cheaper to train students who don’t turn up, than students who do. Minister Scott Ryan’s Redesigning VET-Fee Help discussion paper extends the unquestioned consensus in … [Read More] VET Reform: Bureaucracy naïve to moral compass of the private sector – The Mandarin

Throwing Out the Rulebook – Brotherhood’s Research & Policy Centre

SUMMARY – Extract This report addresses the question: What can be learned from the collaborative effort of government, community and other organisations in the initial developmental phase of an innovative model—Education First Youth Foyers—to address homelessness among young people? It covers the initial planning and development stage of the Education First Youth Foyer (EFYF) model, … [Read More] Throwing Out the Rulebook – Brotherhood’s Research & Policy Centre

Brotherhood’s ‘My Chance, Our Future Campaign’: 20 youth unemployment hotspots revealed – Youth Unemployment Monitor March 2016

Welcome to the My Chance, Our Future Campaign – and the first Youth Unemployment Monitor for 2016. This regular publication provides data, stories and other insights to spotlight youth unemployment in Australia. We saw a compelling need for this resource two years ago as youth unemployment soared to record levels after the Global Financial Crisis. … [Read More] Brotherhood’s ‘My Chance, Our Future Campaign’: 20 youth unemployment hotspots revealed – Youth Unemployment Monitor March 2016

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