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More funding for NSW public schools confirmed
Lois Lee | 승인 2018.11.08 10:00

The New South Wales Government has secured extra funding for NSW public schools, as it signed up to the new National School Reform agreement. 

As a result, NSW schools will receive an addition funding of $6.4 billion to 2027. This will bring the State’s total investment to $148 billion for both government and non-government schools. 

“The agreement confirms that New South Wales is committed to delivering better outcomes for our students, no matter where they go to school,” Minister for Education Dan Tehan said. 

“The Morrison Government has delivered record school funding for state schools, for Catholic schools and for Independent schools. Now we must ensure our record funding will have the greatest impact on student results,” he added. 

Overall, NSW schools will receive more than $226 billion to 2027. 

In addition, the funding boost also includes an addition $712 million in NSW Equity Fund for government schools, which complements the federal government’s $1.2 billion Choice and Affordability Fund. 

“This is a historic day for NSW setting up our students for a stronger, better future,” Premier Gladys Berejiklian said. 

“Every child, no matter where they live, their family’s circumstances or the school they attend, must be given every opportunity to do their best,” Ms Berejiklian said. “This extra funding will go to those students who need it most and will allow them to thrive at school.” 

Lois Lee  info@hanhodaily.com

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