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Tom Greenwell

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Less choice, less affordability: the private school subsidy paradox

The decades-long expansion of public funding to private schools has done the opposite of what its proponents claim.
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Everyone loses when schools are segregated ... but some more than others

Only fifteen minutes from Parliament House, four Canberra schools reveal the growing segregation in Australian education — and how government policy is at its heart.
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Australia’s “next great social policy reform”

The Morrison Government ignores the case for expanding access to preschool education at its peril, writes Tom Greenwell.
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Are we really running schools like factories?

Gonski called time on Australia’s “industrial” model of “mass education.” But does the diagnosis — and the prescription — reflect classroom reality?
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The Piccoli prescription

The former NSW education minister says Australia has a cultural problem when it comes to schooling.
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