Report on follow-up during 1981 of the report of the Committee of Inquiry into Education and Training (Williams report)

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Author: Williams, B. R.

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Australia. Committee of Inquiry into Education and Training

Abstract:

This report on follow-up during 1981 of the Williams Report proposals is the second to be made since the Government announced its decisions on the Williams Report in November 1979 (indexed at TD/LMR 85.677). The Williams Committee examined possible developments in the provision of education facilities and services and in the relationship between the education system and the labour market to the year 2000. Overall the approach advocated was that future development should be a matter of evolving adjustments rather than major structural change. This evolutionary approach is reflected by the...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Employment; Quality; Equity; Labour market; Management; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Educational administration; Access to education and training; Labour supply; Postsecondary education; Planning of education and training; Education; Training

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: The Ministers for Education and Employment and Youth Affairs, 1981

Physical description: 40 p.

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Also called: Report on follow up during 1981 of the report of the Committee of Inquiry into Education and Training (Williams report)

Related items: TD/LMR 85.677

Notes:
Chairman of the Committee of Inquiry: B. R. Williams

Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 87.2222

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