Indian education systems have long been characterised by the involvement of non-state actors – from the missionary schools established during the colonial period through to the growing power of international agencies and private schools and colleges since the 1990s. While we know a lot about diverse actors’ involvement in education delivery, less attention has been …
The DNEP could be a springboard for educational renewal and imaginative international partnership.
The Commonwealth Department of Education and Training (DET) commissioned the Australia India Institute to develop a collection of ten case studies from Australia and India. This collection
aims to illustrate how quality assured online learning is being prioritised and developed by higher education institutions and education technology companies in both countries
Report on our Question Marks Seminar focused on the rise and importance of Hindi with a panel discussion comprising of four experts.
The growing importance of India to Australia is not well reflected in schools. India-related content and Indian languages are very rarely taught in Australian schools.