Changing higher education for good
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The increase in tree and sea changes, the move to the regions, and the retro movement and growth of local communities, are all major drivers for universities right now. I hear an increasing number of vice chancellors talk about 2021 being a year of forging stronger links with their internal and external communities and giving greater credence to local context.
Professor Pascale Quester | The Australian: Much has been written this year regarding the havoc COVID-19 is wreaking on Australia’s higher education sector, as well as the plight brought on our universities by the travel bans and sudden disappearance of international cohorts who have sustained them for decades.
Anna Patty | The Sydney Morning Herald: Students frustrated with remote learning are unhappy about paying full fees while battling with expanding online tutorials as Sydney’s universities work towards bringing more classes back to campus.