How can Australia attract and retain the best teachers? What is the best teaching education model? How can a worrying exit from the profession be stymied and what can Australia learn from other nations across the world? These are among the questions in the first episode of The Policy Shop.
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, Professor Glyn Davis is joined by Professor John Hattie, from the Melbourne Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne and Judy Crowe, President of the Victorian Association of State Secondary Principals, to examine how Australia can develop and implement policy to support Australia’s teaching education profession.
The Policy Shop is a new monthly podcast where we discuss public policy and the way it affects Australia and the world.
Hosted every month by Vice-Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, Professor Glyn Davis, this 30-minute podcast, featuring national and international guests, will examine a different public policy subject on every episode.
Coming up on the April episode of the Policy Shop: Governing the ungovernable? – Australia’s property market and public policy. Dr Judy Yates, School of Economics at the University of Sydney and Professor of Economics at the University of Melbourne, John Freebairn, will join Professor Davis for a discussion on Australia’s property market.
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