πŸ‘ The funding gap on education

Liked The funding gap on education (The Saturday Paper)
If you’ve lost track of the frustrating schools funding debate lately, it’s time to start paying attention. The difference between the offerings of the two major political parties at the federal election is sharp and it boils down to one number – $14 billion – the amount Labor is proposing to invest in public schools over the next decade, over and above what the Coalition has on the table after last year’s Gonski 2.0 deals. Though not enough to bring public schools up to standard, it’s significant.

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