A report by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council may signal the end of a nine-year push for a national student Ombuds program. The ALTC study concluded that a national ombudsman would not necessarily address the core issue that problems raised by students "should be dealt with earlier and fairly." In addition, the authors pointed out that a third of Australia's universities have student ombudsmen. (The Australian.)
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