I believe the establishment of a national curriculum is crucial to achieving the educational goals set out by MCEETYA. There have been attempts to nationalise the Australian curriculum dating back to 1968 by the Commonwealth government (Reid, 2005). In my opinion, to achieve progress and to meet international standards, the education system needs to “collaborate in a globalising world” (Reid, 2005). “The focus should be on developing a common curriculum that will enable all students to develop a broad and general knowledge of the world” (Cole, 2007,
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PROTECTING RIGHTS WITHOUT A BILL OF RIGHTS: INSTITUTIONAL PERFORMANCE AND REFORM IN AUSTRALIA, by Tom Campbell, Jeffrey Goldsworthy and Adrienne Stone (eds). Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2006. Reviewed by David Erdos, ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Politics, University of York. Email: de508 [at] york.ac.uk. Although there are clear signs that moves to adopt some form of national Bill of Rights are gathering increasing momentum (see e.g.
I will explain the Concept of Freedom of Contract in Australian Contract Law and show how the changes in Australian Consumer Law address this concept more effectively. I will talk about major changes in Australian Consumer Law which now addresses new national law guaranteeing consumer rights when buying goods and services aswell as the Unfair Contract Term
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In September, 1846, there were discussions in the Legislative Council in NSW as to the need for some control to be made over “intercolonial legislation.” Two weeks later, Governor Fitz Roy suggested “some superior functionary” be appointed, with the power to review and, if necessary, disallow legislation of all colonies on anything other than local matters. These suggestions have been regarded as the first move towards Federation. The next move came from Britain, when, in 1847, Earl Grey, then the Secretary of State for the colonies, suggested a “central authority” be created in Australia to regulate matters affecting more than one colony. Then, in November 1880, an intercolonial conference in Melbourne, attended by representatives from NSW, SA and Victoria, agreed to resolutions moved by Henry Parkes in favour of the establishment of a Federal Council. As you can tell by reading this, there were many reasons how and why Australia became a Federation.
As a new century began, the growing Association would have a philosophical impact on schooling in America. The National Education Association continued to address major societal and educational issues of the times. NEA’s Department of Indian Education, which was established in 1899, studied how the government’s policy of segregating and conforming in the American Indian nations impacted their education. Indian children attended White-run reservation schools, or boarding schools, where they were methodically stripped of their language and philosophy. Lessons focused on vocational skills and American