By Leith van Onselen Last year, The Australian revealed that drop-out rates for first year university students had hit an all-time high one-in-five, with the Grattan Institute’s higher education policy expert, Andrew Norton, claiming there was a correlation between drop-out rates and increasing enrollments, particularly among low-Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) students. Then in June,
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