‘Intruders’ not welcome: Coalition to decide who is worthy of education funding – Michael West

‘Intruders’ not welcome: Coalition to decide who is worthy of education funding – Michael West

When Scott Morrison became prime minister in 2018, the Coalition poured an extra $4.6 billion over a decade into Catholic and independent schools. Productivity Commission figures released this week show government funding for non-government schools continues to grow at a faster rate than for public schools. Judging by statements the new federal Education Minister Alan Tudge made to Parliament, that inequality will deepen. Lyndsay Connors reports

‘Intruders’ not welcome: Coalition to decide who is worthy of education funding – Michael West

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