NTEU presents ‘Ivory Tower’

A must-see movie for all who work or study in Higher Education.

IVORY TOWER examines the flaws and inequality in the US higher education system, where student debt now exceeds $1.2 trillion. It highlights the threats to quality and the value of university education when institutions adopt corporate models that treat education as a private rather than a public good.

Christopher Pyne has lauded the American higher education model and said “We have much to learn about universities competing for students and focusing on our students,” and “Not least, we have much to learn about this from our friends in the United States.”

“Is this a glimpse into the future of Australian Higher Education?” asks Jeannie Rea, NTEU National President.

Don’t miss this important opportunity to learn what a deregulated Higher Education system looks like!

For more information see: http://www.nteu.org.au/ivorytower

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