30 July 2010, by Gavin Moodie
LH Martin Institute Associate Professor Leesa Wheelahan has been very busy this last year responding to requests to present keynotes and lead seminars on what many conference organisers call the implications of Bradley for VET. The Bradley review was of higher education, but it is a hot topic in vocational education and training for two reasons.
30 July 2010, by Andrew Norton
If education ministers can be judged by the average number of policy initiatives per year in office, Julia Gillard will be remembered as a high achiever. But on one key issue—funding per student—her legacy is uncertain. Unlike her two Liberal predecessors, she left the portfolio with real funding per domestic student lower than it had been when she arrived.