Red tape in Education
A Senate Inquiry looking at the impact of red tape in the private education sector has issued its Interim report.
Through the Inquiry process, Private Education providers universally agreed that compliance burdens are onerous and need to be rationalised. Many also suggested that the burden of regulation is stifling innovation.
The Report makes seven recommendations. Among those are the suggestions that COAG reviews the breadth of regulation at state and commonwealth levels to find opportunities to reduce red tape and also that a standardised “one-size-fits-all” regulation system is developed.
Click here to read the report.
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