The TJ Ryan Foundation produces reports and commentary on a range of current issues in Queensland public policy. It will generate major reports on select topics of particular interest for the people of Queensland, as well as provide commentary on current events and papers published elsewhere.
Fraser Barton reports in InQld (1.12.21) on the Queensland government’s announcement of vaccination mandates for anyone working at or attending the state’s schools, childcare centres and
Allan Patience writes in the Pearls and Irritations blog (17.5.21) about the federal government’s seeming disinterest in effectively supporting the tertiary education sector through the worst
Former TJ Ryan Foundation Executive Director, Professor Roger Scott, expands on his post-retirement return to education, describing the differences to be found in teaching and learning at the
TJ Ryan Foundation Research Associate, David Peetz, writes in The Conversation (26.6.20) about the federal government’s proposed changes to higher education fee structures in a supposed
Gareth Bryant comments in the Sydney Morning Herald (22.6.20) on the Morrison government’s proposed changes to higher education degree fee structures, which looks to load more
Katharine Gelber and Kristine Bowman write in The Conversation (24.6.19) about the federal Education Minister’s push for Australian universities to adopt a ‘free speech code’, with
Peter Hurley and colleagues write in The Conversation (29.5.19) about their new Mitchell Institute report on the pressing need for collaborative government reforms in Australia’s tertiary
Bronwyn Hinz writes in The Conversation (21.12.18) that 2018 was a ‘mixed bag’ for schooling policy in Australia, with new ministers, a new organisation and auspicious anniversaries.
Margaret Gardner writes in The Conversation (18.12.18) about the federal government’s decision to reduce university funding, revealed in the Treasurer’s MYEFO announcement. The author argues that,
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