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We are treated on an almost continuous basis to justifiable complaints from the public education lobby about the underfunding of government schools. Yet, no one in that lobby even put a funding model to the Gonski panel.
by Chris Curtis - 11/07/2024 - 2 comments
Master the art of superficial profundity and prosper in the knowledge that, in the end, it's better to be superficially profound than profoundly superficial.
by Steven Schwartz - 12/06/2024
The extra 'summer surplus' battery capacity must be 48.8 – 97.6 times the 'summer surplus' daily solar generation, assuming batteries last for 5 – 10 years.
by Geoff Carmody - 11/06/2024 - 17 comments
The treasurer should have stayed the course. He needs to save every bit of money he can.
by Graham Young - 14/05/2024 - 4 comments
The case of intelligence community and leftist leadership giving Wikipedia a bias is serious. Wikipedia is where the young are getting their information.
by Murray Hunter - 2/05/2024 - 5 comments
In this subtropical clime, there is a tail to the hot season, I think of it as the scorpion tail, as summer's end attenuates through March to Easter.
by Sarah Flynn-O'Dea - 26/04/2024 - 3 comments
What makes this especially astonishing is how those same archbishops and school leaders sided with the Labor Party in 2017 over school funding using robocalls and letters to parents to campaign against the Turnbull Coalition government.
by Scott Prasser - 24/04/2024 - 8 comments
I received the notification on LinkedIn about these honorary degrees and, upon scrolling the comments, found that most of them were aggressively denouncing the lack of gender balance in the award photo.
by Chris Lloyd - 17/04/2024 - 5 comments
The announcement last week that the NSW government will cut spending on its own public schools by 1.25 per cent again highlights the failure of state governments to meet their share of the Gonski Student Resource Standard.
by Scott Prasser - 17/04/2024 - 5 comments
It is not the rules of being good, a law or standard, neither the description of a what a good person is like, that give rise to difficulty.
by Sarah Flynn-O'Dea - 20/03/2024 - 4 comments
Newspapers such as The Guardian Australia even urged the PM to get with the Swift program, as her 'ubiquity in a fragmented world might carry some broader lessons...'
by Binoy Kampmark - 23/02/2024 - 3 comments
Blaming the Commonwealth allows the states and territories to avoid taking responsibility for this neglect and confuses who should be held accountable for how much we spend on education and its effectiveness.
by Scott Prasser - 21/02/2024 - 4 comments


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