Latest research from the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth (LSAY) is the focus of NCVER’s upcoming national forum on youth transitions. Featuring prominent speakers like the Gonski review’s expert panel member Bill Scales, The Australian’s John Ross, and Radio National’s Paul Barclay, this event is sure to appeal to anyone with an interest in the challenges faced by Australian youth in moving from school into further study, work and other destinations. More
Does completing a qualification matter? What are the implications of performance-based funding? These were some of the questions discussed at a recent NCVER forum.
Education is costly, but who should pick up the tab? This question, and others, have been asked of a diverse selection of authors for a forthcoming book of Research readings on structures in tertiary education and training.
A new report shows that educational attainment is a strong indication of social exclusion.
New NCVER research looks at the role that remoteness, language and cultural engagement play in Indigenous education participation and achievement.
Measuring the impact of adult literacy and numeracy programs can be a complex business, a new report finds.
An excellent resource containing summaries of all research published by NCVER during 2012 is now available.
This update summarises the latest data releases on apprenticeships and traineeships, VET in Schools and student outcomes; reveals the progress towards capturing information on the VET workforce; and looks at developments into 2013.
A new series of tools and products will help anyone from the experienced to the uninitiated in data analysis to get what they need from LSAY.