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Vocational education and training sector is still missing out on government funding: report

  • Written by Sarah Pilcher, Policy Fellow, Mitchell Institute, Victoria University
imageThe uneven approach between VET and higher education in particular reflects an ongoing failure to conceive of the two as part of a single tertiary education system.Shutterstock

There is a stark difference between schools, VET and higher education spending in Australia, according to our research published today.

The Mitchell Institute’s 2017...

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