Pyne's Gonski shambles

Ashenden, Dean
December 2013
Eureka Street;12/21/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p86
The article presents the views of Australian Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne over the issues of the fundamental funding of Australian education and schooling in Australia. It mentions the several key components of the fundamental funding such as the national school funding body for funding model. It also highlights Pyne's contribution towards the existing educational funding and the unity among the labor personnels with the states and territories of the country.


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