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What motivates parents to choose a particular school?

To answer this question, 22 parents from Melbourne and regional Victoria, Australia, were interviewed. These parents came from a broad range of middle socio-economic backgrounds.  Parents were sourced through school newsletters or advertisements in local community newspapers. 1,136 more words

Economics Of Education

Employment and education - A query for the Forrest Review

Education is important for getting a job. There is absolutely no doubt about that, with countless academic studies (and popular anecdotes) showing that those with relatively high levels of education are more likely to be employed than those with relatively low levels. 1,395 more words

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The effects of an affirmative action ban

Affirmative action policies at universities are being challenged more and more often nowadays. And actually, some states have already banned them. So what lessons have we learned from these bans? 1,124 more words

Economics Of Education