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We have a strong record in improving Australian skills and education. Our work in these sectors is grounded in experience from early childhood development to P-12 education to universities, training providers and adult learning.
Our team believes that lifting quality and access in education and skills is critical to Australia's future.
Educational organisations, whether school boards, universities, government agencies, training organisations or NGOs, benefit from our unique combination of skills and experience gained across the education, government, commercial and financial sectors.
We understand the challenges facing educators in Australia. We work with leaders across all segments of the education sector to develop more responsive, resilient and connected institutions capable of delivering improved education outcomes.
In this webcast, we outline the five steps that are critical to successfully bringing about constructive, concrete reform in Australia’s education system.
PwC's National Education & Skills Leader David Sacks speaks to the Rt Hon. Lord Jack McConnell to get his international perspective on successful education reform having led similar reforms in Scotland.
While education alone cannot – and will not – solve the many problems facing Australia, PwC strongly believes that further strengthening our education system through successful reform is a goal worth pursuing.
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