Media Feature — Education: Improving standards only way to compete with China

By Julie Cross. Published in The Daily Telegraph. 

“McKell Institute chief executive Michael Buckland said his team’s analysis of the sector from early childhood education, through to primary and high school, TAFE and university, found more government investment was needed if Australia wanted to remain competitive on the global stage, particularly in regards to China.

Australia would never be able to match China on wages, so producing innovative students was the only way forward, he said.”