How Australia can regain centre stage on education
2 March 2018
People enter, experience and navigate our education system in very different ways. These trajectories, and the options and decisions that determine trajectories, are commonly referred to as pathways.
The way our education system are structured and delivered has a significant influence on the types of pathways available; the extent to which people can move between different pathways; and whether these pathways meet the needs of individuals and communities.
The Mitchell Institute explores how well our education system provides a diverse range of pathways in to determine what systemic changes are needed to improve service and opportunities for all Australians, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds.