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The Challenge of Global Learning Australian

Topic Theme: eLearning and Global Learning Table of Contents Executive Statement Summary Overview 21st Century Global Learning Service Contextual problem Opportunity Final Statement Introduction: Call for a Quality Global Education Service  Discussion Paper Relevance Penal Colony: Education and Internal Threat Quality Education: Private Secondary Schooling Secondary Schooling Cultural mind-set Global World: Restructure International Achievement Data and Quality Teaching Free Trade and Protectionism Free Trade since 1957 Communities of Global Inclusivity eLearning Recommendations Bibliography Executive Statement Summary This Executive Statement summarises  Key concepts in Global Learning discussion paper . It succinctly identifies the essential key issues associated with global competitive education markets, global work skills, past and present protectionist and free trade endeavors, the shaping of Australian education, and requirements