Coalition policies and corporatization of universities are premised on shifting costs to students and staff. Part 2

Australia’s tertiary education system is large, complex, and poorly regulated. Its government funding sources, governance structures and annual reporting requirements lack transparency and are inconsistent between and within jurisdictions. Distorted government priorities and discredited ideological fixations have created a dysfunctional system that devalues the work of academics and professional staff while imposing ever higher burdens … Continue reading Coalition policies and corporatization of universities are premised on shifting costs to students and staff. Part 2 Continue reading »