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Birmingham Funding Proposal - Worrying Facts for Catholic Education

Posted on 15 June 2017
Birmingham Funding Proposal - Worrying Facts for Catholic Education

The following message was distributed by the CEO Melbourne earlier this week:

School funding policy is a complicated area. However, it deals with the very lifeblood of our schools.

The quality of education available to your children, the breadth of learning opportunities they'll receive, the amount of fees you'll be expected to pay, the special services and teacher training available to your school all comes down funding.

Right now all of this is under a cloud, thanks to the Turnbull government's proposed education changes.

These pages will explain what's on the table, what it means for you, where Catholic education believes it should be changed and how you and your school community can work for an outcome that will ensure the best results and opportunities for your family. 

Please click on the link for all the details:

Cathoic Education Melbourne - Funding Fact Check

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