The Review of senior secondary pathways into work, further education and training developed from a recommendation in the Through Growth to Achievement: Report of the Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools. The Review is one of eight national priority initiatives included in the National School Reform Agreement. The final report, Looking to the Future: Report of the Review of senior secondary pathways into work, further education and training , was published by Education Council on 23 July You can read the final report here. The panel conducted extensive consultations in each state and territory, and heard from education and industry leaders, teachers, parents and students. The Review also received over written submissions.
Secondary sources are a great place to begin your research. Although the primary sources of law--case law, statutes, and regulations--establish the law on a given topic, it is often difficult to quickly locate answers in them. Secondary sources often explain legal principles more thoroughly than a single case or statute, so using them can help you save time. Secondary sources also help you avoid unnecessary research, since you're tapping into work that someone else has already done on an issue. This guide provides a basic overview of each source, including their strengths and why you might use them, as well as tips on finding, using, and citing them. You may reproduce any part of it for noncommercial purposes as long as credit is included and it is shared in the same manner. Harvard University Digital Accessibility Policy.