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Two steps forward, one step back in march towards fair outcome for schools

Brisbane Times Friday, 12 October 2018 ()
Two steps forward, one step back in march towards fair outcome for schoolsLabor's extra $14 billion for public schools is appropriate for two reasons - but questions remain over funding for private schools.
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