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Early education planning – on-site kindergartens would help take some stress out of family life

THE Queensland Catholic Education Commission has started a push to build 80 kindergartens on school grounds across the state – a project that would cost $80 million. The complete-campus approach would see preschools built onsite at about one third of all Catholic schools. It’s a project being championed by Queensland Catholic Education Commission executive director Dr Lee-Anne Perry, who  said ... Read More »

Fees in some Queensland Catholic schools to rise because of Gonski plan

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PARENTS of students at some Queensland Catholic schools are bracing for fee increases of almost 10 per cent next year – a direct result of the new Federal Government funding changes to schools. About 30 Catholic schools run by religious institutes and incorporated bodies are the hardest hit because they are considered “over-funded” under the Government’s new Gonski 2.0 model. ... Read More »

Queensland Catholic school leaders frustrated by ‘confusing’ Gonski 2.0 funding model

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CATHOLIC school executives and principals are privately expressing frustration at the Federal Government’s new funding model, because they are unable to accurately plan school finances. Parents too are approaching Catholic schools concerned that fees could rise under the funding shake-up – known as Gonski 2.0 – even though the budget promise is that it will deliver an $18.2 billion boost ... Read More »

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