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The Bradley Review of higher education was generally accepted by Australian universities, however it was pointed out that there was a worrying "revival of the issue of teaching-only universities" (Healy, 2008, p.21).

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Reaction to the Government review of higher education by Denise Bradley was mainly positive, however there was some concern over the contentious issue of research versus teaching universities (Healy, 2008).

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Healy, G. (2008, June 18). Bradley received a cautious thumbs up. The Australian, p. 21.

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The prevailing argument with regard to teacher's remuneration is that "Other professions are rewarded according to performance; the same should apply to teaching" ("Apples for," 2007, p. 14).

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Much of the current debate on remuneration for teachers centres on the premise that higher performing teachers should be paid at the higher rate ("Apples for," 2007).

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Apples for best teachers. (2007, October 26). The Sydney Morning Herald, p. 14.