The school system in Australia is changing, and its changing for the worse.
The education system has always been broken, but the problems have become so severe that they have been made worse by the government.
And the problem is not just in the education system, but in other sectors too.
In some areas, there is a real danger that the problems are becoming worse before they even reach the mainstream.
The ABC’s chief economist, Ian Rintoul, tells the story of what the future might hold in this special program.
“It’s a really strange future,” he says.
“In terms of Australia’s long-term growth potential, and in terms of the economic wellbeing of the nation, it’s a very challenging time.
There’s been a lot of focus on teacher shortages, and the teachers are really struggling.” “
But in some areas the trajectory is going in the wrong direction.
There’s been a lot of focus on teacher shortages, and the teachers are really struggling.”
There is a lot at stake for the country’s future, Professor Rintouls says.
This year, for the first time, the state of Western Australia experienced its worst recorded decline in the number of teachers.
More than 600 fewer teachers have been appointed to classrooms in Victoria, where the numbers are on the rise.
Across the country, the number the number in Victoria is declining is also on the decline.
Professor Rintulson says the problems with the school systems in Australia are a reflection of the broader global financial crisis, and have been exacerbated by the policies of the governments of the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
But the problems aren’t limited to education.
For example, the education funding system in the United Kingdom is also being undermined by the austerity measures that the governments in the two countries have imposed.
In Australia, it is also a major contributor to the problems of the health system, with many students struggling to get the necessary health care.
And there is also growing concern about the quality of education in some regions of the country.
As a result, it isn’t just about the education sector.
It’s about the entire health system.
We need to get a grip on this,” Professor Rinc, who is also the director of the Australian School of Economics and Business, says.”
What we’re seeing is a situation where we’re just seeing the symptoms of the disease.
And we have to get this broken.
“It is a global problem Professor Rinsoul says.
And it is a problem that will get worse in the coming years.
Australia has the largest student population in the world.
And in a society that is increasingly reliant on foreign-educated workers, the growing numbers of people leaving the country to work abroad is also creating problems for the education systems.
To solve the problem, Professor Richard Reeves, the president of the Australia Institute, says the government has to put in place more efficient policies that enable the economy to grow.
He says the education policy changes made by the Turnbull Government have been an “extraordinary achievement”, with the impact on Australian students and teachers being “very, very positive”.
But he says there is more to be done.