Fair Funding Now
Teachers Federation response to Labor promises on school fundingOctober 10, 2018
Labor’s pledge to substantially increase funding for public schools is a clear point of difference to the Coalition’s funding model which cuts billions of dollars from our schools, while making special deals with Catholic and Independent schools.
New polling shows private school funding deal could sink Morrison governmentOctober 05, 2018
More than seven in ten undecided voters in specific marginal electorates across Australia disapprove of the Morrison government’s $4.6 billion special funding deal for private schools, according to new polling.
Research Confirms Why Minister Stokes Must Continue to Oppose the Morrison Government’s Special DealOctober 02, 2018
Research commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation by education economist, Adam Rorris, has produced further evidence supporting the need for fair funding of public schools.
New FOI data reveals PM’s school funding hypocrisySeptember 26, 2018
New school funding data has revealed that Australia’s most disadvantaged government schools receive at least $10,000 less per student in government funding than equivalent Catholic schools.
Coalition’s corrupt school funding proposal lacks fairnessSeptember 21, 2018
The Morrison Government’s funding deal for Catholic and independent schools fails to address the urgent needs of public school students in NSW.
Quick chats a positive experienceSeptember 18, 2018
Community members are receptive to conversations about funding for public schools, teachers participating in Fair Funding Now! week of action activities reported.
Petition for new PM calls for fair fundingSeptember 14, 2018
Sutherland Teachers Association and community members have hand-delivered a Fair Funding Now! petition to the electorate office of Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
New OECD report reveals the real cost of Morrison govt education cutsSeptember 12, 2018
Australian teachers are teaching larger classes and working significantly more hours than their colleagues overseas, while public funding for education as a percentage of total government expenditure is falling, according to a new report.