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|Unis vow to fight teaching cut-off|
|Julie Hare A proposal to restrict enrolments in teacher education would be met with a constitutional challenge.|
|Do the maths – MOOCs break the mould|
|Jill Rowbotham THE accelerating evolution of online teaching offers myriad possibilities the Australian sector can seize.|
|Asian language pledge ‘a delusion’|
|Bernard Lane LABOR’S promise of Asian language classes for every school student is a “delusion”, says Australia’s first ambassador to China.|
|Hunting for rare species, the IT grad|
|Bernard Lane FRESH out of Melbourne’s RMIT University, Rhys van der Waerden has three jobs.|
|UNE to offer web courses for credit|
|Andrew Trounson THE University of New England’s plan to offer free online courses and link them to paid tutorials and exams is part of a global trend.