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Australia urged to act on girls’ education in Solomons as 93 per cent dropout rate revealed

Oceania/ Australia/ 10.06.2019/ Source: www.sbs.com.au. Omar Dabbagh reports from Visale, Solomon Islands Prime Minister Scott Morrison is being urged to prioritise education equality during his visit to the Solomon Islands, after a new report found a shockingly low number of girls finish high school in the Pacific nation. Aid agency Plan International, which compiled the ‘Our […]

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School choice increases social segregation and inequity in education

Oceania/ Australia/ 28.05.2019/ Source: au.educationhq.com. A new OECD report, Balancing School Choice and Equity, shows that school choice policies have increased social and academic segregation between schools which, in turn, reduced equity in education Australia is a prime example of the impact of choice on social segregation in schools. School choice has been at the centre […]

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AUSTRALIA Planes laborales para ampliar la Universidad Infantil.

Oceania/Australia/www.universityworldnews.com El Partido Laborista de Australia se ha comprometido a financiar la expansión del plan de Children’s University, creando una red de socios en todos los estados y territorios de Australia.  Después de seis años, operando en cinco de los ocho estados australianos, el plan nacional de la Universidad para Niños también se expandió a […]

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Students going without the basics: ‘I was heartbroken when I missed school’

  By: Josephine Tovey. Worsening school inequality in Australia further entrenches disadvantage. There are children who struggle to afford attendance at free public schools Bec* loves school and wants to go to university so she can become a social worker, and help children who grew up in similar situations to her own. The Aboriginal teenager missed […]

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Australia: El cambio climático desencadena un movimiento social sin precedentes

Redacción: Tendencias 21 Gobiernos que administran a 47 millones de personas están en emergencia climática La lucha contra el cambio climático comienza a alcanzar los niveles más altos de la política, después de que el Parlamento británico declarara el estado de emergencia climática, suscrito también por 520 gobiernos locales de 20 países. Las movilizaciones están […]

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Gender gap narrows but push towards science has lowered wages

By Paul Karp  Analysis of graduate earnings in Australia shows benefit of a university degree is diminishing Policies to boost female participation have helped narrow the gender gap in career earnings but pushing students to study science has resulted in smaller pay packets. Those are the results of a Grattan Institute analysis of graduate earnings […]

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Australian universities play the long game in Indonesia

Oceania/ Australia/ 08.04.2019/ Source: www.universityworldnews.com.   Now that the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA) has been signed, Australia’s training sector has an opportunity to build on a small base. Indonesia’s young and expanding population, its geographic proximity and its steady economic trajectory towards the top 10 global economies by 2030 make it a key market […]

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