I have an abiding belief in education as an ‘enabler’, not only of improvements in individual, community and national living standards, but as essential to developing an informed and engaged citizenry, and in promoting peace and understanding between the people of different nations.
The importance of improving educational participation and attainmentEducation, News, Recent Media Interview, Tasmania | 24th February 2022
Saul Eslake talks to Tasmania Talks’ Mike O’Loughlin about the importance of improving educational participation and attainment if Tasmanians are to achieve sustainably higher real wages.
Lifting education key to boosting Tasmanian wagesEducation, News, Publications, Tasmania | 2nd August 2021
You may find this article by Sean Ford in today’s Examiner and Advocate newspapers of interest … it encapsulates what I’ve been saying on this subject now for 24 years, to no real avail – but, to paraphrase Mitch McConnell speaking (pejoratively) of Elizabeth Warren, “still I persist”. Tasmanias education outcomes need improving to boost […]
Tasmania’s Economy and Education Systems in the Time of Covid-19 (and Afterwards)Education, Tasmania | 18th February 2021
Presentation to the University of Tasmania’s Strategic Forum (comprising the University’s senior academic and administrative staff) Sandy Bay Campus, Hobart, 18th February 2021
Learning to make the most of lifeEducation, News, Publications | 17th April 2018
Saul Eslake | Chatter Matters | 17th April 2018 Op-ed article written for Chatter Matters, a public dialogue about communication, literacy,enablement, collaboration, and relational trust, curated by Rosalie Martin. This article was published in the Hobart Mercury newspaper on 17 th April 2018.
Submission to the Review of Years 9-12 Education in TasmaniaEducation, Tasmania | 26th September 2016
Education, Innovation and Australia’s Economic FutureEducation | 14th April 2008
Talk to the Australian College of Educators 2008 National Conference, Hobart, 14th April 2008