Education

Uni bill a 'foolish' election trigger: Pyne

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Education minister dismisses talk of early election trigger, says he wants bill passed.

The next trillion dollar lending crisis

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Total outstanding student loan debt in the US has breached $US1 trillion, and default rates are at more than 25%. Australia is experiencing a similarly worrying trend.

Where will the jobs of the future come from?

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The value of Australia's mining exports continues to decline, but there's another huge opportunity for export growth and jobs that has yet to be tapped.

Education exports tipped to boost jobs

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Report tips growing demand for services to create 'more jobs than the mining boom'.

CSIRO staff running out of patience

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CSIRO scientists committed to industrial action if an enterprise bargaining “impasse” is not resolved by the end of the month.

Single childcare payment on the cards

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Parents could get one childcare payment, not two, as part of govt families package.

LinkedIn turns its gaze to e-learning

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Professional networking site gains access to massive online libraries of video tutorials with the $US1.5 billion purchase of lynda.com.

Settlement delay hits G8 Education

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Childcare provider G8 Education shares fall as acquisition faces regulatory delays.

Govt to press on with uni reforms

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Abbott govt to push ahead despite universities warning watered down reforms unacceptable.

Unis turn on Pyne's reforms

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Deregulation plans in disarray after leading universities withdraw support.

Vocation names Cummins CEO

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Troubled education group reduces debt to $10m, flags further asset sale.

International students stream into US colleges

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Rise is driven by affluent class in China and scholarships offered by oil-rich Gulf states.

Tas uni campuses not viable under deregulation

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Vice-chancellor says future of regional University of Tasmania campuses could be at risk.

Vocation flags third asset sale

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Education group Vocation will pay down $85m of debt, after selling Endeavour Learning.

Abbott to push on with uni reforms

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PM says Coalition will make another attempt to get deregulation plans through Senate.

ALP wants Pyne's head over uni fail

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Pyne should resign or be fired after failing to convince the Senate to pass uni reforms again: Carr.

Pyne won't 'give up' on uni reforms

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Government's higher education reforms again voted down in the Senate.

Pyne defiant on uni reforms

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Education minister vows to push ahead with plans to deregulate fees despite opposition.

Vocation sells off subsidiaries in $15m deal

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Troubled group sells Australian School of Management and Australian College of ­Applied Education.

Uni regulation hurdles clear: Pyne

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Minister says Senate will be amenable to fee deregulation now funding cuts are off the table.

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