Read stories about the inspirational teachers, principals, parents and school communities transforming the lives of children. Because that is what Fair Funding is about - quality public schools that give our children a fair go at reaching their potential.
The time is up for the Morrison government
A symbolic morning in Canberra was a powerful reminder of what’s at stake at the next election. The Fair Funding Now! Community’s moment is now upon us.
Vote for Fair Funding Now!
Only a change of government will deliver fair funding for public schools.
Extra funding would mean more reading support at Berwick Chase Primary
Berwick Chase Primary School Principal Chris Short would invest any extra public school funding made available by the election of a Shorten Labor government into teacher training, maths specialists and into expanding the school’s student literacy intervention programs.
Extra funding would mean extra teachers for Rockhampton State High
Rockhampton State High School Principal Kirsten Dwyer would invest any extra public school funding made available by the election of a Shorten Labor government into more teachers and additional STEM learning resources for the school’s students.
More teacher support at Taranganba State School with extra funding
Taranganba State School Principal Susan Beatty would invest any extra public school funding on extra teachers to ensure that every single student received the support they need to succeed in the classroom.
Extra school funding would mean more specialist teachers at Kincumber public
For Trish Peters, principal at Kincumber Public School, any extra public school funding would be used to hire specialist physical education, art and music teachers for the school’s students.
Extra school funding would mean more specialist teachers at Beenleigh High
For Matt O’Hanlon, principal at Beenleigh State High School, any extra public school funding would be used to hire additional teaching staff as well as teachers’ aides.
Thousands of public schools displayed outside Parliament in fight against funding cuts
Thousands of schools were planted in the lawns outside Parliament House in Canberra on Budget day as part of the Fair Funding Now! campaign.