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WHY NOW

Students in victoria receive less

They’re cutting resources to some of Australia’s lowest-funded students.

Victorian parents deserve to know that the Turnbull government is putting their children’s futures at risk.

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IN VICTORIA

Students in victoria receive less

If the Andrews Government is committed to delivering the Education State for our children’s future, they need to close that gap.

The first step is to commit to years 5 and 6 of the Gonski needs-based funding agreement.

WHAT’S THE SOLUTION?

The solution is needs-based education funding.

Victorian teachers, principals and support staff have identified five core priorities that needs-based funding addresses:

  1. A curriculum that meets the needs of all students
  2. More individualised support for all students
  3. Professional development for teachers, support staff and principals
  4. Building and maintaining classrooms and facilities
  5. Reduced class sizes

HOW WILL THIS HELP US?

Meet Wendy

When teachers have large classes, they all too often end up being unable to attend to the individual needs of students. Read More »

Meet Mr. Devereux

“From the street, we look like a proper school,” says principal Peter Devereux.” But it’s like a Hollywood facade…” Read More »

Meet Peter

Peter Clifton, principal of Magpie Primary School, is proud that every student at his school uses an iPad and a laptop in class. Read More »

Meet Tom

Tom, 11, is prone to “meltdowns”. He is in Grade 6 at Kilberry Valley Primary School. Read More »

WHAT CAN YOU DO?

Join parents, teachers, education support staff, principals, grandparents, policy-makers, the Australian Education Union in the fight for an inclusive education system that delivers for all our children, their families, school communities and Victoria.

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