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The death of evidence in education policy-making

John Rice writes in The Conversation (10 June 2014) about the scant evidence that underpins the Abbott Government’s higher education policies, asking what place does evidence now have in policy formulation in the educational context? Can Australia really afford to conduct uncertain social experiments with something as fundamentally important as education?

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