ACU in the media 23 February - 1 March

ACU in the media 23 February - 1 March

Find out the top stories that featured ACU in the news in the last week.

Bias towards boys in maths, higher education reforms, and whether ATARs are a reliable measure for university entry are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last week.  

 

HEADLINE

OUTLET

DATE

CIRCULATION

Sounding off on reform – again

Campus Review

 

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Renewed call to lower private subsidy

The Australian

24.02.15

309,040

If Pyne’s higher education reforms don’t pass beware of the Carr crash

The Australian

25.02.15

109,798

Recapping uni places ‘Stalinist wet dream’

The Australian

25.02.15

n/a

Call for Pyne to take a leaf out of Morrison’s reform

The Australian

25.02.15

109,798

Jeremy set to direct UHCM

Hunter Valley News

25.02.15

n/a

Teachers think boys are better at maths than girls

The Conversation, Mamamia

 

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Entry concerns not an ACT issue

The Canberra Times

1.03.15

105,938

Maths teaching must add up

The Australian

23.02.15

104,774

TAFE helps steer Edwina into law

Canterbury-Bankstown Express

24.02.15

69,726

Go for a debt deal

The Australian

25.02.15

104,774

So who wants to be a teacher?

The Australian

25.02.15

104,774

My week of doing exactly what I want

Marie Claire

1.03.15

90,092

VCs slam uni recapping idea

The Australian

25.02.15

413,814

 

 



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