UniSydney makes a perception problem worse

The University of Sydney responded to the leak of the report on entry scores to teacher education courses, yesterday by stating;

“We are very disappointed that a report using Universities Admission Centre data authored by University of Sydney researchers has been provided to selected media, without obtaining required approvals and against UAC’s protocols. … We are currently considering whether the release of this report now constitutes a breach of our policies and processes and will take appropriate action if it does.”

That hammering sounds is stocks being built in the UniSydney Quadrangle lawns. As a way of making the university look like it does not want the public to know about academic entry standards this is hard to beat.


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