Who would have thought

Dan Tehan points to one way universities could deal with COVID-19 funding falls 

There’s important work going on with the unions and the sector at the moment to see whether some workplace relations flexibility will also help,” the education minister told Sky News Thursday.

Mr Tehan did not mention that it is the National Tertiary Education Union federal leadership and four VCs proposing, with rank and file union activists, and vice chancellors from universities large and small opposing, albeit for very different reasons.  Perhaps because he thought, not unreasonably, people would assume he was making it up.


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