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State Government deems to be "of public value" if they want a free education under an overhaul to further education funding. The Sunday Mail can reveal the government will provide fee subsidies for courses, that will also apply to those offered at
But we should not forget that just over a year ago they were battling accusations they were education vandals, having cut $1.7 billion from the NSW education budget at precisely the time when the Gonski review was advocating an increase. Back then,
Melbourne that offers courses to vulnerable teenagers will shut. Its managers cite state government funding cuts as the reason. The William Angliss Institute will close its Cranbourne campus next month. The campus, which has operated for more than a
NSW students from next year under changes to state government funding, the Greens say. Work and Study Pathways Faculty, which provides basic literacy and numeracy programs for students wanting to study other courses. It's also estimated the
Sydney to protest against cuts to the sector ahead of a national letterbox drive next month...NSW Teachers Federation assistant general secretary Maxine Sharkey said the sector was facing up to 800 job losses over the next four years and had already
The body was set up three years ago to help the Queensland Government address the state's skills and workforce priorities...However, Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek told Parliament much of Skills Queensland's work will be done by the
The caution comes as internal NSW Treasury figures reportedly show a drop in apprentices and trainees employed by businesses paying payroll tax. The figures show the number fell from 56,427 to 54,017 between 2011 and 2012. Dr Kaye said in a statement.
It is unclear how much Ms Lourey is being paid for her temporary public service role because of the decision to award the contract to the company instead of directly to her...Fairfax Media has obtained a letter written by Mr Bolt to the Public
Sydney keeps making headlines and now a jury of more than 40 citizens is set to be empanelled with the task of tackling the issue. The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation, the City of Sydney, the NSW government and the independent newDemocracy Foundation
Australia Network directly funded by the commonwealth," he said...He said the commonwealth's annual funding to states and territories for skills and training amounted to $7 billion over the budget cycle.