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.
Break the divide
A strong support network and a policy of inclusion helps students to thrive at this Brisbane school.
Govt has failed to deliver for students with disabilities
School funding cuts for students with disabilities must be reversed now, says the Australian Education Union.
Electing for change
In a make-or-break year for public education, electing a government that puts public education first is more important than ever.
Communities coming together
As the Fair Funding Now! vans take to the roads across Australia, the campaign continues to gain thousands of supporters who are standing up for public education.
Every child has a right to a quality education - VIDEO
In this short video principal, teacher and parent from Oberon Primary School speak about why they are involved in the Fair Funding Now campaign.
Wanniassa to use extra public school funding for student reading program
Teacher coaching, a reading recovery program and a personalised online maths program are just some of the initiatives Wanniassa School Principal Shane Gorman would look at implementing if a Shorten Labor government wins power at the next federal election.
Extra funding would mean extra literacy and numeracy programs at St Helena
Karen Terry, Principal of St Helena Secondary College, would expand her school’s literacy and numeracy programs for years seven and eight students.
Extra funding could mean more teachers for Chifley College – Mt Druitt
For Cathy Anderson, principal at NSW’s Chifley College – Mt Druitt campus, extra public school funding made available by the election of a Shorten Labor government would make a huge difference to her school’s teacher training and development programs, as well as to her school’s teacher numbers.