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ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES


JOUR
BETRAYAL : THE TURNBULL GOVERNMENT HAS BURNED THE BRIDGE OF BIPARTISANSHIP. Pearson, Noel.
The Monthly (140) December 2017-January 2018 pp. 24-34
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Constitution; Reform; Human rights; Reconciliation; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Liberal Party; Racial discrimination. Uluru Statement; Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Makarrata Commission; Indigenous voice; Indigenous representation; Coalition Party; Conservatives. [ID NO.:180382]


JOUR
CLOSING THE GAP IN OUR KNOWLEDGE. Behrendt, Larissa.
Australian Educator (97) Autumn 2018 pp. 20-23
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; Aboriginal history; Aboriginal culture; Aboriginal languages; Reconciliation; Land rights. Constitutional recognition. [ID NO.:180397]


323.119915 LIN
CONSTITUTIONAL RECOGNITION : FIRST PEOPLES AND THE AUSTRALIAN SETTLER STATE. Lino, Dylan. Annandale, NSW : The Federation Press, 2018. xvi, 319 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal history; Aboriginal policy; Human rights; Constitution; Reform; Federal government; Racial discrimination; Native Title; International comparisons; Canada; New Zealand; Political party policy. Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; First Peoples; Howard government. [ID NO.:180410]


E2446
INDIGENOUS YOUTH EMPLOYMENT AND THE SCHOOL-TO-WORK TRANSITION. Venn, Danielle. Canberra, ACT : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), The Australian National University College of Arts & Social Sciences, June 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. 2016 Census Paper No. 7. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 December 2018
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Youth; Research methodology; Statistics; School participation; Student engagement; Retention; Educational attainment; School to work transition; Employment; Labour market; Remote areas; Unemployment; Gender. Aboriginal youth; Employment gap; Not in employment, education or training (NEET); Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA); Community Development Employment Projects (CDEP); Non-Indigenous youth. [ID NO.:180426]


E2442
INTERIM REPORT : JOINT SELECT COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTIONAL RECOGNITION RELATING TO ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER PEOPLES. Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition Relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Canberra, ACT : Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition Relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, July 2018. Electronic document.
(Patrick Dodson, Co-Chair; Julian Leeser, Co-Chair).
Link; accessed on 16 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Constitution; Reform; Inquiry; Human rights; Equity; Empowerment; Socioeconomic status; Outcomes; Legislation; Racial discrimination; Referendum; Indigenous population. Political participation; Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Indigenous voice; Uluru statement; Agreement making; Indigenous representation; Political voice. [ID NO.:180422]


E2440
THE NEOLIBERAL STATE, RECOGNITION AND INDIGENOUS RIGHTS : NEW PATERNALISM TO NEW IMAGINNINGS. Howard-Wagner, Deirdre; Bargh, Maria; Altamirano-Jiménez, Isabel (eds.). Canberra, ACT : Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, Australian National University, 2018. Electronic document ; tables.
Research Monograph no. 40.
(Bibliography; Index).
Link; accessed on 16 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Aboriginal history; Constitution; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Racial discrimination; Neoliberalism; Colonialism; Human rights; Aboriginal communities; Aboriginal health; Wellbeing; Social welfare; Indigenous population; Activism; Land rights; International comparisons; United Nations. Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; First Nations; Community Development Employment Project (CDEP); Paternalism; Self-determination. [ID NO.:180420]


JOUR
THE TORMENT OF OUR POWERLESSNESS : THE ULURU STATEMENT AND ENSHRINING A VOICE FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES. Mayor, Thomas.
Australian Options (87) March 2018 pp. 7-10
KEYWORDS: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders; Constitution; Reform; Law; Human rights; Referendum; Political attitudes. Aboriginal voice; Indigenous representation; Uluru Statement; Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. [ID NO.:180392]


ACADEMICS


JOUR
ARE SISTERS DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES?. Else, Holly.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2348) 15-21 March 2018 pp. 38-45
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Sexual harassment; Academics; Survey; Networks; Feminism; Women; Sex discrimination; University environment; United Kingdom. Gender pay gap; Academic sisterhood. [ID NO.:180371]


JOUR
DEFENDING ACADEMIC FREEDOM. Miller, Andrew.
Advocate 25 (1) March 2018 pp. 32-33
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academics; Academic freedom; University environment; Democracy; Neoliberalism; Research. [ID NO.:180400]


JOUR
GET A LIFE? : NO TIME FOR THAT!.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2343) 8-14 February 2018 pp. 34-47
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University staff; Academic staff; Survey; Workplace conditions; Workload; Mental health; Academic salaries; United Kingdom. Work/family balance. [ID NO.:180403]


APPRENTICESHIPS


E2437
THE IMPERATIVE OF HIGHER APPRENTICESHIPS. Australian Industry Group (AIG). [n.p.] : Australian Industry Group (AIG) Workforce Development, July 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Thought Leader Paper: Education and Training Policy Team. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Apprenticeships; Policy development; Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Higher education; Employment; change; Qualifications; Skill development; Government policy; Education funding; Industry; International comparisons. Workforce development; Information and communication technology (ICT); Dual sector. [ID NO.:180417]


AUSTRALIAN CULTURE


994 POB
AUSTRALIA : WHAT HAPPENED?. Pobjie, Ben. South Melbourne, Vic. ; Affirm Press, 2018. vii, 276 pages, ; ill.
KEYWORDS: Australia; History; Social attitudes; Political attitudes; Political party policy; Aboriginal history; Migration. [ID NO.:180412]


DEMOCRACY


JOUR
A TRAVESTY OF PROCESS. Brett, Judith.
The Monthly (139) November 2017 pp. 10-12
KEYWORDS: Government; Democracy; Law; Voting; Parliament. Compulsory voting; Outsourcing democracy. [ID NO.:180376]


DIRECTORIES


R 302.230994 MAR 2018
MARGARET GEE'S AUSTRALIAN MEDIA GUIDE. 113th ed.. East Melbourne, Vic. : AAP Directories, October 2018. vi, 580 p.
KEYWORDS: Mass media; Directories; Australia. [ID NO.:180365]


EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION


JOUR
QUALITY AND INEQUALITY. O'Halloran, Kate.
Australian Educator (97) Autumn 2018 pp. 18-19
KEYWORDS: Early childhood education; Quality; Access; Inequality. [ID NO.:180396]


ECONOMIC CONDITIONS


303.48 YAT
CAN THE WORKING CLASS CHANGE THE WORLD?. Yates, Michael D.. New York : Monthly Review Press, 2018. 216 p.
(Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Social class; Working class; Labour market; Wages; Unemployment; Capitalism; Government; Political parties; Education; Racism; Trade unions; Governance; Women; International comparisons. [ID NO.:180413]


JOUR
THE CUCKOO IN THE NEST. Kapferer, Bruce; Gold, Marina. 2018.
Arena magazine (151) December 2017-January 2018 pp. 31-34
KEYWORDS: Economic conditions; Neoliberalism; Social class; Inequality; Globalisation; Capitalism. [ID NO.:180398]


EDUCATION - GENERAL


EDUCATION - GENERAL
E2457
CAN EQUITY IN EDUCATION FOSTER SOCIAL MOBILITY?. Salinas, Daniel. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; graphs. PISA in Focus 89.
(SEE Record 180435 - Equity in education : breaking down Barriers to Social Mobility).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Student learning; Inequality; Socioeconomic status; Student performance; Educational attainment; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Social mobility; Higher education; Student completion; Education policy. Socioeconomic disparities; Labour market outcome. [ID NO.:180437]


E2436
EDUCATION AT A GLANCE 2018 : OECD INDICATORS. Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Funding; Equity; Resources; Investment; International comparisons; OECD countries; Statistical analysis; Access; Participation; Educational attainment; Student outcome; Parental education; Higher education; Tuition fees; Graduates; Academics; Transitions; Employment; Labour market; Teaching profession; Salaries; Vocational education; Training. Gender gap. [ID NO.:180416]


E2455
EQUITY IN EDUCATION : BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS TO SOCIAL MOBILITY. Salinas, Daniel (et.al.). Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. PISA. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Equity; Educational disadvantage; Student learning; Student achievement; Socioeconomic disadvantage; Inequality; Wellbeing; Social mobility; Resilience; Student performance; Educational attainment; Higher education; Student completion; Education policy; School to work transition; International comparisons; OECD countries. Socioeconomic disparities; Achievement gap; Segregation; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180435]


EDUCATION - K-12


JOUR
FINNISHING SCHOOL.
Education Review (2) March 2018 pp. 10-11
KEYWORDS: Public education; Finland; Curriculum evaluation; Teacher education. [ID NO.:180385]


JOUR
GOALS NOT SCORES MUST BE HEART OF EDUCATIONAL REFORM.
Australian Educator (97) Autumn 2018 pp. 16-17
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum design; Educational policy; Education funding; Equity; Resources; Pedagogy. [ID NO.:180395]


E2447
PISA AUSTRALIA IN FOCUS NUMBER 1 : SENSE OF BELONGING AT SCHOOL. De Bortoli, Lisa. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), February 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 December 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Student attitudes; Perception; Research methodology; Student motivation; Student characteristics; Student engagement; Socioeconomic background; Migrant students; Aboriginal students; Principals; International comparisons; OECD countries. Sense of belonging; Non-Indigenous students; Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). [ID NO.:180427]


E2441
SCHOOL COUNCILS IN GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. Victorian Auditor-General’s Office. Melbourne, Vic. : Victorian Government Printer, July 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Independent assurance report to Parliament 2018-19:3.
Link; accessed on 16 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Government schools; School councils; Principals; Survey; Audit; Governance; Accountability; Government role; Legislation; Victoria; School community. School performance; Legislative framework. [ID NO.:180421]


JOUR
SOLD DOWN THE RIVER? : HOW WE ENDED UP WITH NAPLAN. King, Rodney.
Education Review (1) February 2018 pp. 12-13
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum development; Political party policy; Education markets; Student learning; Student assessment. Global edu-business; Joel Klein; National Assessment Programâ€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Australian Curriculum and Reporting Authority (ACARA). [ID NO.:180386]


JOUR
STATE OF OUR SCHOOLS SURVEY.
Australian Educator (97) Autumn 2018 pp. 14-15
KEYWORDS: Public schools; Principals; Teachers; Survey; Education funding; Resources; Australian Education Union (AEU). State of Our Schools survey. [ID NO.:180394]


JOUR
TEACHING THE HISTORY OF NOTHING. Evans, Mark.
Quadrant (545) April 2018 pp. 68-71
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Secondary school education; Curriculum design; History. [ID NO.:180377]


JOUR
WHY TESTING FAILS US ALL. Robinson, Ken.
AEU News Term 2 2018 pp. 20-21
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Curriculum; Primary schools; Student learning; Standardised testing. National Assessment Programâ€"Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN); Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). [ID NO.:180375]


EMPLOYMENT


JOUR
EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW : MOVING TOWARDS SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY AT WORK?. Chapman, Anna; Gaze, Beth.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 30 (3) December 2017 pp. 209-213
KEYWORDS: Employment law; Equality; Discrimination; Human rights. Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:180378]


E2444
STALLING WAGES, FALLING GROWTH : GETTING AUSTRALIA OUT OF THE WAGE SUPPRESSION TRAP. Pawluk, James. World Square, NSW : The McKell Institute, May 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 3 December 2018
KEYWORDS: Employment; Wages; Research methodology; Data; Economic conditions; Economic growth; Employees; Awards; Minimum wage; Inequality; Productivity; Living standards; Government role; Policy development; Employment attitudes. Wage theft; Penalty rates; Wage growth; Wage suppression; International Monetary Fund (IMF). [ID NO.:180424]


344.01 VIC
VICTORIAN INQUIRY INTO THE LABOUR HIRE INDUSTRY AND INSECURE WORK : FINAL REPORT. Victorian inquiry into the labour hire industry and insecure work. Melbourne, Vic. : Victorian Government Printer, August 2016. 424 p. ; ill., graphs, tables. Parliamentary Paper 229 Session 2014-16. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 9 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Employment; Law; Inquiry; Precarious employment; Casual employment; Legislation; Labour law; Employers; Neoliberalism; Employment contracts; Victoria. Labour hire; Insecure work; Labour exploitation; Vulnerable workers; Labour hire licensing. [ID NO.:180364]


JOUR
WAGE CRISIS HAS OBVIOUS SOLUTIONS. Stanford, Jim.
Australian Options (87) March 2018 pp. 23-25
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Wages; Statistics; Industrial action; Government attitudes; Economic policy; Employer attitudes; Industrial relations. [ID NO.:180393]


JOUR
WAGE THEFT. Gao, Liyan.
Arena magazine (154) June/July 2018 pp. 17-20
KEYWORDS: Employment; Employees; Wages; Labour law; Employer attitudes; Casualisation; Trade unions; Activism. Change the Rules campaign; Wage theft. [ID NO.:180370]


HIGHER EDUCATION


JOUR
AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION PROMISES TO RESTORE DEMAND-DRIVEN SYSTEM. Ross, John.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2347) 1-8 March 2018 p. 22
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; TAFE; Government funding; Education policy; Australian Labor Party (ALP). Demand-driven; Funding cuts. [ID NO.:180408]


E2449
FINAL REPORT : IMPROVING RETENTION, COMPLETION AND SUCCESS IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Higher Education Standards Panel. [Canberra, ACT] : Department of Education and Training, 2017. Electronic document ; graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 5 December 2018
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Standards; University entrance; University students; Student support; Student attrition; Student completion; Student outcome; Retention; Research methodology; Data collection; University environment; Educational innovation. At-risk students; Completion rates. [ID NO.:180429]


JOUR
FUNDING FREEZE AND THE HIGHER EDUCATION ICE AGE. Kniest, Paul. 2018.
Advocate 25 (1) March 2018 pp. 22-24
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Government policy; Government attitudes; Government funding; Regional areas. [ID NO.:180399]


JOUR
FWC ENDORSES LONG WORKING HOURS AND UNPAID WORK.
Advocate 25 (1) March 2018 pp. 36-37
KEYWORDS: Higher education; University staff; Awards; Enterprise Agreements. Fair Work Commission (FWC); Fair Work Act 2009; National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU). [ID NO.:180401]


JOUR
GOING FOR BROKE. Matthews, David.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2351) 5-11 April 2018 pp. 34-39
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Marketisation; Universities; Fees; University students; Student costs; Debt; Competition; Inequality; United Kingdom; United States of America. [ID NO.:180406]


E2460
HOW DO ADMISSION SYSTEMS AFFECT ENROLMENT IN PUBLIC TERTIARY EDUCATION?. Albiser, Etienne. Paris : OECD Publishing, October 2018. Electronic document ; graphs,
Education Indicators in Focus no. 63. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Public education; Higher education; University admission; Access; Participation; Student attainment; Student assessment; Admissions criteria; Student enrolment; Tuition fees; Equity; International students; Government policy; Government funding; International comparisons; OECD countries. Public tertiary education; Centralised admission systems. [ID NO.:180440]


JOUR
MEASURING RESEARCH IMPACT IN AUSTRALIA. Gunn, Andrew; Mintrom, Michael.
Australian Universities Review 60 (1) 2018 pp. 9-15 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Academic research; Research funding; Evaluation; Measurement techniques. Research Engagement and Impact Assessment; National Innovation and Science Agenda. [ID NO.:180384]


JOUR
THE WEIGHT OF EXPECTATIONS. Inge, Sophie; Bhardwa, Seeta.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2346) 1-7 March 2018 pp. 36-43
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Academic staff; Mental health; Mentors; Researchers; University environment. [ID NO.:180404]


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS


JOUR
ADVERSE ACTION PROTECTION FOR THE RIGHT TO COMPLAIN OR INQUIRE IN S341 OF THE FAIR WORK ACT. Shi, Elizabeth.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 30 (3) December 2017 pp. 294-317 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour law; Employment; Working conditions; Unfair dismissal; Courts. Fair Work Act 2009; Adverse action; Workplace rights. [ID NO.:180380]


R 344.9401 FAI 2018
FAIR WORK LEGISLATION 2018-19 : CURRENT AS AT 24 AUGUST 2018. Rinaldi, Mark; Lambropoulos, Victoria; Millar, Rohan; Neal, Aaron (eds.). Rev. ed.. Pyrmont, NSW : Thomson Reuters, 2018. ixvii, 2338 p. (Index).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Labour law; Regulations; Collective bargaining; Enterprise agreements; Unfair dismissal; Minimum wage; Industrial action; Gender equality; Workplace relations; Review; Legislation; Trade unions; Governance. Fair Work Act 2009; Paid parental leave; Union density; National employment standards (NES); Modern awards; Fair Work Commission. [ID NO.:180409]


JOUR
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PANTOMIME. Flanagan, Frances.
Arena magazine (154) June/July 2018 pp. 5-7
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Trade unions; Governance; Regulations; Criminal law. Change the Rules campaign; Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU). [ID NO.:180369]


331.0994 IND
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS REFORM : LOOKING TO THE FUTURE : ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF JOE ISAAC AO. Hancock, Keith; Lansbury, Russell D.. Annandale, NSW : The Federation Press, 2016. xxix, 209 p. ; ill., graphs, tables. (Bibliography; Index).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Change; Reform; History; Legislation; Collective bargaining; Productivity; Wages; Employment relations; Labour law; Political party policy; Political attitudes; Women. Paid parental leave; WorkChoices; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:180414]


E2438
INQUIRY INTO PENALTY RATES AND FAIR PAY : FINAL REPORT. Penalty Rates and Fair Pay Select Committee. East Melbourne, Vic. : Victorian Government Printer, July 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables.
Parliamentary Paper No. 414, Session 2014-18. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Wages; Inquiry; Evidence; Employees; Working hours; Working conditions; Casual employment; Retention; Inequality; Equity; Gender; Youth; Job insecurity; Employer attitudes; Government role; Legislation; Victoria. Penalty rates; Pay gap; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:180418]


E2443
PENALTY RATES AND EMPLOYMENT : ONE YEAR LATER. Stanford, Jim; Henderson, Troy. [n.p.] : Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute, July 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables. Briefing Note. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Wages; Review; Evidence; Statistics; Economic conditions; Employees; Working hours; Part-time employment; Employer attitudes. Penalty rates; Fair Work Commission (FWC); Underemployment; Retail and hospitality; Empirical research. [ID NO.:180423]


JOUR
SUBSTANTIVE EQUALITY AT WORK : STILL ELUSIVE UNDER AUSTRALIA'S FAIR WORK ACT. Chapman, Anna; Gaze, Beth; Orifici, Adriana.
Australian Journal of Labour Law 30 (3) December 2017 pp. 214-235 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Industrial relations; Employment; Employees; Discrimination; Equality; Workplace environment; Employment standards. Adverse action; Fair Work Act 2009. [ID NO.:180379]


POLITICS


JOUR
ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST. Cooke, Richard.
The Monthly (140) December 2017-January 2018 pp. 36-51
KEYWORDS: Politics; Political party policies; Political attitudes; Ideologies. Conservatism. [ID NO.:180383]


POVERTY


JOUR
MONITORING AND ADDRESSING GLOBAL POVERTY : A NEW APPROACH AND IMPLICATIONS FOR AUSTRALIA. Saunders, Peter.
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 29 (1) March 2018 pp.9-23 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Poverty; Measurement techniques; Policy development; International comparisons.
Multi-dimensional deprivation index (MDI); Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey; World Bank. [ID NO.:180381]


TAFE


JOUR
TAFE IN AUSTRALIA : BEYOND SURVIVAL. Pardy, John.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (1) Autumn 2018 pp. 16-17
KEYWORDS: Education systems; TAFE; Reform; Education policy; Government attitudes; Student participation; Student costs. VET FEE-HELP. [ID NO.:180390]


JOUR
TAFE TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES. Forward, Pat.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (1) Autumn 2018 pp. 13-15
KEYWORDS: TAFE teachers; Teacher qualifications; Casual employment; Employment conditions; Equity; Competency based training; TAFE; Marketisation; Privatisation. [ID NO.:180389]


TEACHERS


AEU 2016
SCHOOL STAFF WORKLOAD STUDY : FINAL REPORT TO THE AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION UNION - VICTORIAN BRANCH. Weldon, Paul R.; Ingvarson, Lawrence. Camberwell, Vic. : Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), 2016. 82 p.; tables. Policy Research and Practice. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 10 December 2018
KEYWORDS: Principals; Teaching profession; Survey; Perception; Workload; Wellbeing; Teacher responsibility; Teacher effectiveness; Workplace environment; Demographics; Union membership; Australian Education Union (AEU); Victoria. Education support staff; Teaching-Out-of-field; Teacher characteristics; School staff workload study. [ID NO.:180363]


370.71 LLO
TROUBLED TIMES IN AUSTRALIAN TEACHER EDUCATION : FINAL REPORT 2013 OF THE OLT NATIONAL TEACHING FELLOWSHIP FINDING THE BALANCE : MANAGING SYNERGIES AND TENSIONS IN WHOLE-OF COURSE DESIGN : 2012-2013. Lloyd, Margaret. Canberra, ACT : Department of Education, January 2013. 78 p. (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Teacher education; Review; Higher education; Curriculum design; Preservice education; Mentors; Teacher effectiveness; Political attitudes. Initial teacher education (ITE); OLT National Teaching Fellowship; Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA). [ID NO.:180362]


E2421
UNDERSTANDING WORK IN SCHOOLS : THE FOUNDATION FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING. McGrath-Champ, Susan; Stacey, Meghan; Wilson, Rachel; Fitzgerald, Scott. Sydney, NSW : University of Sydney, 2018. 115 p. ; graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 16 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Public schools; Teachers; Survey; Data; Perception; Administration; Workload; Stress; Working hours; Employment status; Casual employment; Gender; Government role; New South Wales. Work/life balance; Permanent employment; NSW Teachers Federation (NSWTF). [ID NO.:180415]


JOUR
THE VITAL WORK OF TEACHER LIBRARIANS. Neilson, Olivia.
ACT Educator Term 3 2018 pp 26-27
KEYWORDS: Teacher librarians; Literacy skills; Information services; Staff. [ID NO.:180405]


TRADE UNIONS


E2450
POWER TO THE PEOPLE : HOW STRONGER UNIONS CAN DELIVER ECONOMIC JUSTICE. Dromey, Joe. London : Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), May 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 10 December 2018
KEYWORDS: Trade unions; Recruitment; Union membership; Organising; Union movement; Collective bargaining; Employees; Productivity; Wages; Labour market; Government role; Public policy; Economic conditions; Employer attitudes; Power; Precarious employment; United Kingdom. Economic justice; Employee representation; Union decline; Union density. [ID NO.:180430]


VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING


E2445
BEYOND COMPETENCE : AN ESSAY ON A PROCESS APPROACH TO ORGANISING AND ENACTING VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. Billett, Stephen.
International Journal of Training Research 4 (3) 2016 pp. 197-214 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Curriculum development; Competency based training; Student learning; Student engagement; Skill development; Student outcome; Occupations; Measurable techniques; Teachers; Pedagogy; Education policy; Government attitudes; Employers. 21st century skills. [ID NO.:180425]


JOUR
THE IMPORTANCE OF TAFE. Cameron, Doug.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (2) Winter 2018 pp. 19-22
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Reform; Quality; Privatisation; Marketisation; Government policy; Government funding; Political party policy; Access; Participation; Student learning; Fees; Youth; Unemployment. [ID NO.:180374]


JOUR
IN DEFENCE OF BASKET WEAVING.
The Australian TAFE teacher 52 (2) Winter 2018 pp. 8-9
KEYWORDS: Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Reform; Education policy; Education funding; Political party policy; Political attitudes. VET FEE-HELP; Private providers. [ID NO.:180373]


E2439
MATCHING SKILLS TRAINING WITH MARKET NEEDS. New South Wales Auditor-General. Sydney, NSW : Audit Office of New South Wales, July 2018. Electronic document ; ill., graphs, tables. Performance audit.
Link; accessed on 16 November 2018
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; Education markets; Fees; Economic conditions; Government policy; Audit; Disadvantaged students; Student outcome; Student support; Scholarships; New South Wales. Smart and Skilled; Performance audit; Skill shortage; Training providers. [ID NO.:180419]


JOUR
NEW FIGURES QUANTIFY THE EXTENT OF THE TAFE DISASTER. Wheelahan, Lisa.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (2) Winter 2018 pp. 6-7 (Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: TAFE; Public funding; Vocational education; Training; Reform; Government policy; Government funding; Privatisation; Data; Political attitudes. Private providers; For-profit. [ID NO.:180372]


JOUR
SAVING TAFE : WHAT WILL IT TAKE?. Wheelahan, Lisa.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (1) Autumn 2018 pp. 6-7
KEYWORDS: TAFE; Vocational education; Training; Investment; Political party policy; Australian Labor Party (ALP); Education markets; Access; Participation; Student learning; Skill development. [ID NO.:180387]


JOUR
TURNING THE SHIP AROUND. Ross, John.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (1) Autumn 2018 pp. 8-10
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Reform; Privatisation; Courses; Student costs; Quality. VET FEE-HELP; Private providers. [ID NO.:180388]


JOUR
WHY VOCATIONAL EDUCATION MATTERS : NOW MORE THAN EVER. Jones, Anne.
The Australian TAFE Teacher 52 (1) Autumn 2018 pp. 22-23
KEYWORDS: Education systems; Vocational education; Training; TAFE; Government attitudes; Student learning; Skill development; Research and development. [ID NO.:180391]


WOMEN


JOUR
CLOTHES DO NOT MAKE THE WOMAN. Rees, Emma. 2018.
Times Higher Education (THE) (2351) 5-11 April 2018 pp. 40-43
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Academic staff; Attitudes; Gender; Sex discrimination; Men; Workplace environment. [ID NO.:180407]


E2448
THE STATE OF PAY : DEMYSTIFYING THE GENDER PAY GAP. Colebrook, Catherine; Snelling, Charlotte; Longlands, Sarah. London : Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), May 2018. Electronic document ; graphs, tables. (Bibliography).
Link; accessed on 5 December 2018
KEYWORDS: Employment; Women; Occupations; Salaries; Research methodology; Data; Industry; Gender; Inequity; Sex discrimination; Maternity leave; Employers; Workplace conditions; Law; United Kingdom. Gender pay gap; Unconscious bias; Occupational segregation. [ID NO.:180428]


JOUR
WOMEN, UNIONS, EDUCATION AND LEADERSHIP. Rea, Jeannie.
Advocate 25 (1) March 2018 pp. 38-39
KEYWORDS: Higher education; Universities; Women; Leadership; Trade unions. Gender parity. [ID NO.:180402]


331.4 POR
WORK LIKE A WOMAN : A MANIFESTO FOR CHANGE. Portas, Mary. London : Bantam Press, 2018. 220 p.
(Index; Bibliography).
KEYWORDS: Employment; Women; Leadership; Workplace environment; Gender; Bias; Family responsibilities; Men; United Kingdom. Gender pay gap. [ID NO.:180411]


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