Mr Hurley has expertise in post-secondary education policy and international education systems. He has worked in various research and management roles in the vocational and higher education sectors. He has a particular interest in advocating for equitable policy solutions so that the benefits of education can be shared by all.

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Not all Australian parents can access quality childcare and preschool