Neoliberalism and Higher Education: The Australian Case

Australia“When neoliberal policies in Australia began to bite in the sphere of higher education, towards the end of the 1980s, a common reaction among university staff was astonishment and then dismay. To see staff of other universities as opponents rather than colleagues, or to prove the economic value of courses never designed to be sold, seemed bizarre if not mad requirements, and morally offensive too …” (more)

[Raewyn Connell, Universities in Crisis, 20 February]

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