Reverse the cuts to public education

Reverse the cuts to public education

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In their eight years of Government the former Liberal-National Government oversaw severe cuts to education amounting to $230 million and 1400 staff including 550 teachers.

All of these cuts meant staffing reduction, reduced numbers of teachers, support and education assistant staff, fewer educational programs offered, increased class sizes and cuts to classroom resources.

So when we say there is nothing left to cut, we mean it.

Now, the new Labor Government is taking more, which will further cut resourcing and curriculum support for our children's learning.

After eight years of brutal cuts by Barnett, the proverbial cupboard has been ...

In their eight years of Government the former Liberal-National Government oversaw severe cuts to education amounting to $230 million and 1400 staff including 550 teachers.

All of these cuts meant staffing reduction, reduced numbers of teachers, support and education assistant staff, fewer educational programs offered, increased class sizes and cuts to classroom resources.

So when we say there is nothing left to cut, we mean it.

Now, the new Labor Government is taking more, which will further cut resourcing and curriculum support for our children's learning.

After eight years of brutal cuts by Barnett, the proverbial cupboard has been well and truly emptied and we hoped with a new Labor Government, that the shelves would be restocked.

But now the shelves themselves are starting to disappear which is compromising the quality of our public education system.

Mark McGowan's Labor Government havce been in office for 1 year and while tough decisions have to be made, it should never come at the expense of our childrens' education!

Send a message to the Minister and the Premier telling them how these cuts will affect your capacity to deliver quality education, your child's learning and your community’s wellbeing.

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Email Education Minister Sue Ellery

Tell Educatoin Minister Sue Ellery and your local member how the latest cuts will affect your capacity to deliver quality public education, your child's learning and your community's wellbeing.

 

 

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