Academia becalmed : Australian tertiary education in the aftermath of expansion
This book deals with the current crisis facing Australian tertiary education, especially universities and colleges of advanced education. Its message is simple. Tertiary education is becalmed in the sense that, after a long period of sustained and rapid expansion, it has now entered a period of no growth and decline. Student enrolments overall have levelled off, and in some fields and in some institutions have fallen alarmingly. As well, since 1976 financial support for universities and CAEs,...[Show more]
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