Research and Studies


A simple moral choice: some children or all children?

A simple moral choice: some children or all children?

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Funding Increases for Private Schools Continue to Outstrip Increases for Public Schools

Funding Increases for Private Schools Continue to Outstrip Increases for Public Schools

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Govt. Concealing Catholic Schools’ Use of Taxpayer Funds

Public accountability for the use of taxpayer funding is a fundamental tenet of democratic government. Yet, this principle has long been ignored by Catholic education authorities who refuse to reveal how they distribute government funding amongst their schools despite it being a legislative requirement.

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Funding Agreements Defraud Public Schools

Funding Agreements Defraud Public Schools

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Money Matters for Student Outcomes

A new comprehensive review of academic studies in the United States has found overwhelming evidence of a strong causal relationship between increased school spending and student outcomes.

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WA Public Schools lose billions under new education agreement

Public schools will lose about $6.1 billion in funding over ten years from 2018 under the new Bilateral Agreement between the Commonwealth and Western Australian Governments published last week.

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Public Schools Are Swindled by Billions Under New Education Agreements

Public Schools Are Swindled by Billions Under New Education Agreements

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SOS Education Research Brief

The Brief summarises data contained in a just published UNICEF report which shows that Australia has nearly the most unequal education system in the developed world.

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Advantaged Schools Get First Call on the best Teachers

A research paper published today by Save Our Schools shows that Australia allocates more and better teacher resources to socio-economically advantaged schools than to disadvantaged schools.

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Massive Gaps in Teacher Resources Between Disadvantaged and Advantaged Schools

Australia allocates more teacher resources to socio-economically advantaged schools than to disadvantaged schools. Disadvantaged schools in Australia have more students per teacher, more teacher shortages, more teacher absenteeism, more poorly qualified teachers. Read more.

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