society

When the rivers run dry

Universities are in trouble, and the government isn’t helping

A minor language

If Footscray Primary’s Vietnamese program ends, what else is lost?

Blind study

When it comes to China’s influence, Australian universities have been burying their heads in the sand for too long

Learning difficulties

The Coalition’s political agenda is a gross infringement on academic freedom

At what cost

University fees have never functioned as a price signal in the way the government is anticipating

Oh, the humanities

Despite the ideological thrust of Dan Tehan’s funding proposals, universities might now have an incentive to boost humanities enrolments

The screens that ate school

What do we really know about the growing presence of Google, Apple, Microsoft and more in the education system?

On Louise Adler, academic publishing and cultural barbarism

The debate about MUP has been remarkable for its intellectual poverty

Formal night in Gunnedah

Not even a drought can stop this NSW country town’s night of nights

Abbott, ANU and the decline of Western civilisation

How the Ramsay Centre’s degree stopped before it started

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