Making Higher Education a Policy Priority
The release of the results of the NTEU’s public polling last month has generated some interesting responses and discussions in the media about the difficulty of making higher education a policy priority.
The following contributions make interesting reading:
- Andrew Norton (The Age, 28 June 2011) Paying for education is not popular http://www.cis.org.au/media-information/opinion-pieces/article/3171-paying-for-higher-education-is-not-popular
- Paul Kelly (The Australian, 6 July 2011) Lower standards in higher education http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/commentary/lower-standards-in-higher-education/story-e6frgd0x-1226088366182
- Peter van Onselen (The Australian, 6 July 2011) History proves universities will suffer under Coalition http://www.theaustralian.com.au/higher-education/opinion-analysis/history-proves-universities-will-suffer-under-coalition/story-e6frgcko-1226088327264