Opinion: a critical appraisal of the new higher education charges for students
The legislation concerning the financing of Australian higher education passed the Senate in the last Parliamentary sitting week of 2003. The changes introduced will begin in 2005, and after this time the system will start to move away from its current settings. It is argued in what follows that these reforms have the strong potential to change radically the policy landscape with respect to student charges. A premise of the paper is that the transformation of Australian higher education...[Show more]
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