Monash U’s inspired idea

The Monash Commission, charged with “fuelling national discussion and policy reform” (CMM yesterday)  on post-secondary education has honourable antecedents. A learned readers points to the Warwick Commission, established by that university in 2007, to undertake independent analysis and provide practical recommendations on policy problems.  The Warwick U version was set up while Nigel Thrift (now a member of the Monash Commission) was VC. Richard Higgott, then at Warwick took the idea  to Murdoch U when he became VC there. The  two Murdoch Commission’s addressed WA’s role in its international region and food security.


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