ACER has built a strong reputation as a provider of reliable support and expertise to education policy makers and professional practitioners since it was established in 1930.
As a not-for-profit organisation, independent of government, ACER receives no direct financial support and generates its entire income through contracted research and development projects and through products and services that it develops and distributes.
ACER has experienced significant growth in recent years and now has more than 380 staff located in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Dubai and New Delhi.http://acer.edu.au/
Campus Morning Mail is an independent newsletter written and published by Stephen Matchett, formerly a long-serving journalist at The Australian newspaper. CMM receives no undisclosed funding or other assistance from any organisation or individualhttp://campusmorningmail.com.au/
Universities New Zealand – Te Pokai Tara (Universities NZ) is the peak body representing and advocating for New Zealand’s eight universities, both nationally and internationally. Each university is represented by their Vice-Chancellor, which comprises the membership of Universities NZ. The organisation has a number of key roles as part of its overall mission: advocacy and advice to government and its agencies, as well as statutory responsibilities for the approval and moderation of academic programmes in universities and the administration of over 40 national scholarships. Universities NZ also coordinate university research policy, foster internationalisation of education, survey graduate outcomes and nominate university representatives to external organisations. The university sector is focused on being facilitative and dynamic to promote people working together to enhance the quality of New Zealand’s universities and their contribution to the public good.http://www.universitiesnz.ac.nz