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.
Fair Fund Now! Week of Action a huge success
The Fair Funding Now! campaign kicked into high gear last week as the ‘Week of Action’ call for fair funding for public schools hit the streets across the nation.
PM urged to reverse public school funding cuts
An open letter signed by around eleven thousand people, which insisted that savage cuts to public school funding be reversed, has been sent to the office of the Australian Prime Minister.
Campaigners deliver Fair Funding Now! message to Min. Simon Birmingham
Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham has heard from the Fair Funding Now community about the need to restore funding to public schools during a visit to the Northern Territory earlier this week.
Don't support Malcolm Turnbull's school funding cuts on 28 July.
In Saturday's Longman by-election you have the power to stop Malcolm Turnbull's savage school funding cuts.
If his cuts go ahead, Longman schools will miss out on $18.3 million in funding.
Ongoing support valuable from day one
When Katerina Duckstein set foot in the classroom as a teacher for the first time, she was luckier than many new educators . She could call on her mum - a teacher with 35 years’ experience - for advice.
Targeting individual learning
Extra Gonski funding has gone a long way at the Lismore High Campus of The Rivers Secondary College in northeast New South Wales. And it’s producing strong results for both students and teachers.
Tackling disadvantage with individual support
Not every class at Paralowie School is a small one - the school can’t afford that . But, in those classes where numbers are lower, the results speak for themselves.
Finding a leading edge
“This place could get out of hand very quickly,” says Upper Coomera State College principal Mike O’Connor . “It’s big . And size breeds complexity.”
Funding supports programs to lift literacy
It may be a small school, but Mahogany Rise Primary in the Melbourne suburb of Frankston North is drawing on the latest literacy research for an innovative program that’s delivering big results.