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Recurrent expenditure on school education in Australia is over $44 billion each year, around $36 billion of this provided by governments. These are considerable sums, more often than not expressed as a cost rather than an investment – especially when it doesn’t always seem to...
Recent trends in school recurrent funding strongly suggest that over 40 per cent of students in Catholic schools next year will average as much, if not more, public funding than their peers in similar government schools. Two years further on an additional 40 per cent...
Australia’s school funding system keeps shifting resources towards non-government schools, and the argument that this saves public money is looking even shakier
For many years the debate about Australian schools has been influenced by the claim that public funding of non-government schools is...