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Australia has developed a reputation as an aggressive and competitive provider of international education and an ardent proponent of free trade in education services. This paper describes Australia's role in promoting trade liberalisation through the World Trade Organization's (WTO) General...
The move to local school management (LSM) in its various formations is one of the most significant educational policy moves to occur in recent times in western countries. Although something is known about the effects on governance, budgeting and resource decision making, relatively little is...
This article draws on a recently completed ethnographic study to present an argument for a renewed commitment to social justice in, and through, public schooling. Such a commitment needs to incorporate whole-school responses to the classed nature of society and inequalities arising from the...
The troubled relation of working-class families to education systems is one of the deep structural problems of modern education, which is taking a new shape under neo-liberalism. The issue is explored in the context of an Australian reform intended to make upper-secondary education more...
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