The Business Council of Australia has welcomed the announcement that West Australian school principals will be able to make staffing, resource and curriculum decisions. BCA Chief Executive Katie Lahey said...Read more
Some positive steps were taken at yesterday’s COAG meeting but a risk remains that the pace of key national reforms is slowing, Business Council of Australia Chief Executive Katie Lahey said....Read more
The Business Council of Australia has welcomed the announcement by Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Victorian Premier John Brumby, that ‘Teach for Australia’ will recruit high-achieving graduates to contribute...Read more
This speech, titled ‘Policy in the Crisis’, was delivered by Business Council of Australia President Greig Gailey to the Australian Workers Union National Conference on 3 February 2009. The year...
The Age By Hutch RanckChairmanBCA Education, Skills and Innovation Task Force Anyone interested in the future of Australian education should pay attention to COAG this weekend. The change to our...
The Business Council of Australia has strongly welcomed the announcement by Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard of a new pathway for high-achieving people to teach in schools. BCA President Greig...Read more
August 2008 Higher education has a vital contribution to make in preparing and positioning Australia for the new and emerging challenges and opportunities that will transform the global environment in...Read more