Alarm bells should be ringing about the Albanese government’s sidelining most of the recommendations of its own expert advisory body.
No one admires unearned advancement. Luck may give some people unique talents, but even Mozart had to practise. Such hard work deserves reward.
The Australian government wants to obliterate failure from education. Universities could even be fined if students fail.
275 campus sexual assaults a week is feminist disinformation.
Equitable higher education policy requires balancing fairness with accountability and maintaining a delicate balance between individual ambition and societal responsibility.
A fair society does not give preferences to members of racial or ethnic groups but treats all people as unique, capable, and contributing individuals.
Hanania is skeptical about the value of reading old books primarily on the grounds that human thought has made progress over time and thereby rendered many of the arguments of the past irrelevant for the modern world.
The land, in this regard, is a trodden one. Merger talks between South Australia's universities have already failed twice – in 2012 and 2018.
But as our cities hurtle toward the addition of over a million new residents, there's a conversion opportunity which to me makes a lot of sense, and one which could be achieved at lower conversion costs.
In recommending the removal of faith-based schools’ ability to hire faith-based staff, it will remove the faith from faith-based schools in Australia.
Universities demean themselves when they view their mission as making money. They are much more important than that.
According to the report, 'one faculty debated the use of gift cards as payment for academics as recently as last year'.