The Australian college dropout rate rising – International –

The Australian college dropout rate rising – International – in Sydney in September 12, according to the Australian Federal Education Department data show that Australia university students drop loss phenomenon is serious, every five students have a dropout. Analysts pointed out that a significant increase in online courses and part-time students is the main reason for the high dropout rate. According to the Sydney Morning Herald reported that ten years, the Australian university student dropout rate has hovered around 15%. Data show that in 2014, New South Wales, Charles Sturt University, Southern Cross University and University of New England dropout rate has been higher than the average level of 22% to 24%. University of Tasmania dropout rate ranked first in the country, 46%. University of Western Sydney dropout rate of 14%, lower than the national average; University of New South Wales dropout rate is the lowest, less than the University of Sydney dropout rate of less than 5%. Bermingham, Australia’s minister of education, said that colleges and universities should shoulder the responsibility to fight for higher benefits for their students, according to the Ministry of education in the United States and China. This article is based on the analysis of the Australian Federal Minister of education, Mr. Simon. He believes that improving students’ campus life and experience is the primary task of reducing the high dropout rate, the need for joint efforts of educational institutions and the Australian government. It is reported that the Commonwealth of Australia government will be issued at the end of the Australian College Entrance Examination Reform approach. (Intern Qin Min) (commissioning editor: Wang Ying (Intern), Chang Hong)相关的主题文章:

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