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The 'Coddling of the American Mind' provides a disturbing survey of US universities, and some good advice.
by Ashley Humphrey - 25/08/2020 - 6 comments
I have been involved in the Australian International Education industry for almost 20 years and I have been thrilled to watch it grow and prosper over the years as it has been going from strength to strength.
by Michael Baron - 24/08/2020 - 19 comments
Overt political opinions, notably when expressed in a manner that might threaten brands and compromise lines of funding, are being hunted down by cadres of paranoid officials.
by Binoy Kampmark - 7/08/2020 - 15 comments
Dan Tehan's new uni-fees arrangements are (a) increasingly onerous for students (b) inconsistent in government contributions (c) shallow in economic rationales and (d) not serious about equity issues.
by Stephen Saunders - 5/08/2020 - 17 comments
It's telling that the government's proposal to radically overhaul university fee structures has been disparaged by figures from across the political map.
by Scott Buchanan - 3/07/2020 - 36 comments
The state restrictions placed on public places in response to the Covid-19 pandemic has put great strain on higher education, effectively mothballing campuses without staff or students on site.
by Murray Hunter - 30/06/2020 - 3 comments
Universities across the world are floundering from the effects of coronavirus. Some are struggling to survive and risk bankruptcy.
by Dorothea Anthony - 26/06/2020 - 13 comments
Each time there was a sharp increase in enrolments there was a corresponding claim that higher education was in 'crisis' again.
by Don Aitkin - 25/06/2020 - 15 comments
China says it has gone to a 'war footing' to deal with a new outbreak of the virus in Beijing. Here is a reality check: it isn't over yet.
by Peter West - 22/06/2020 - 27 comments
The University of Queensland's approach in tackling this fire cracker has been to treat any criticism of overreliance on China, be it through student numbers or the funding of Confucius Institutes, as an attack on their
by Binoy Kampmark - 8/06/2020 - 7 comments
There have been times in history when finding out the truth or at least what was generally accepted as the truth was fairly unambiguous and straightforward.
by John Wright - 9/04/2020 - 6 comments
Many social norms, widespread poverty, institutional practices and inequality prevent access to quality education - especially for girls.
by Patricia Jenkings - 8/04/2020 - 9 comments


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