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Difference, globalisation and the internationalisation of curriculum
The idea of internationalisation of curriculum has become entrenched in Australian higher education. Almost every university in Australia now professes to the need to transform its curriculum toExpand
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Inside Online Charter Schools
That National Study of Online Charter Schools is organized into three separate, topical report volumes. In Volume I, Mathematica describes the universe of online charter schools, the students theyExpand
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The Role of Technology in Engaging Disengaged Youth: Final Report
This research analyses the ways in which young and disadvantaged Vocational and Education and Training students can be engaged through new information and communications technologies. The continuedExpand
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Young People on the Margins: What Works in Youth Participation
Current Australian public policy has a strong focus on youth and young people. In particular, the policy discourse and the initiatives that are emerging in support of this discourse advocate youngExpand
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What can evidence-use in practice learn from evidence-use in policy?
Abstract Background: This paper approaches evidence-informed practice from the perspective of evidence-informed policy-making. Using the findings of a recent study of evidence-use by educationalExpand
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Educating Generation Next: Young People, Teachers and Schooling in Transition
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Speed, International Security, and "New War" Coverage in Cyberspace
Mass media representations foster a view that the "War on Terror" is taking place both everywhere and nowhere, presenting Western governments with an opportunity to mobilize public support in new and ubiquitous ways. Expand
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