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International students need greater protection from being underpaid

International students need greater protection from being underpaid

Bernard KeaneApr 11, 20176 Comments

International students appear regularly in stories about underpayment of workers. They're vulnerable and often unaware of their rights, and we don't even know how much they're being exploited.

LEAKED: instructions for teachers to use coal in the classroom

LEAKED: instructions for teachers to use coal in the classroom

CrikeyFeb 10, 20176 Comments

A new educational program aims to get children looking at coal with as much love as Scott Morrison does. As discovered by satirist Ben Pobjie.

How to improve indigenous kids' lives

How to improve indigenous kids' lives

Stephen BartosNov 21, 20161 Comment

Data. We've got to pay attention to the data, writes Stephen Bartos, CEO of the Australian Research Alliance for Children & Youth.

Did the Productivity Commission really bag education funding?

Bernard KeaneSep 7, 20167 Comments

Was the Productivity Commission attacking higher levels of education funding in its new report? No -- its focus was quite different, and missed by most of those who commented on it.

McKew: come on, Bill, wedge Mal on an issue that matters

McKew: come on, Bill, wedge Mal on an issue that matters

Maxine McKewJun 22, 20165 Comments

Bill Shorten should take the Coalition's education policy to task, writes former MP for Bennelong Maxine McKew.

Labor: no pain, no gain -- and not much gain, anyway

Labor: no pain, no gain -- and not much gain, anyway

Bernard KeaneJun 10, 20163 Comments

Labor's fiscal credibility is on the line, and it will be hoping a dose of good old-fashioned hypocrisy will help.

How the right is blunting Labor's Gonski wedge

How the right is blunting Labor's Gonski wedge

Bernard KeaneMay 16, 201610 Comments

The government has tried to reframe the Gonski debate as being simply about more spending on schools -- at the expense of disadvantaged students.

Keane: neoliberalism is fine, but what we have is crony capitalism

Keane: neoliberalism is fine, but what we have is crony capitalism

Bernard KeaneApr 27, 201641 Comments

The business community in Australia are fair-weather neoliberals whose only real commitment is to "reform" that suits them, and many politicians are no better.

The rise and rise of Malcolm Abbott and the sex-obsessed right

The rise and rise of Malcolm Abbott and the sex-obsessed right

Bernard KeaneFeb 24, 201642 Comments

While Malcolm Turnbull panders to the right, he looks more and more like the man he replaced.

Has Fred Nile done a deal with the devil to privatise TAFE?

Has Fred Nile done a deal with the devil to privatise TAFE?

Alex MitchellDec 16, 20159 Comments

The CDP hands Mike Baird's NSW Liberal government another big win.

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