Who's Afraid of a Public School? Public perceptions of education in Australia
Verity Firth and Rebecca Huntley measure and explore the attitudes of Australians towards the relative merits of public versus private education.
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Choosing to send children to public schools will improve outcomes for all
The Guardian, 11 March 2014
If enough parents persisted with the public system to improve it, then the benefits would flow, say Verity Firth and Rebecca Huntley
Hardly the wages blowout of an inflexible market
The Drum, 7 March 2014
Stephen Koukoulas shows that the hard facts on the macroeconomic outlook confirm a good degree of labour market flexibility and no urgency for mass reform of the industrial relations system.
Value in making things
Australian Financial Review, 18 February 2014
We are seeing a renewed enthusiasm for industrial work, says Dennis Glover.
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Who's Afraid of a Public School?
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, authors of Per Capita’s latest research report,
Who’s Afraid of a Public School?
, an examination into public perceptions of education and what this means for public policy in Australia.
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