Save Our Schools - Educational Research Briefs

SOS Education Policy Comment December 2023 Private Schools Had Biggest Decline in PISA Results

SOS Education Policy Comment December 2023 PISA Results Intensify Pressure on Governments to Fully Fund Public Schools

SOS Education Policy Comment November 2023 Closes the Achievement Gaps Between Rich and Poor

SOS Education Policy Comment October 2023 Private School Funding Model is Increasingly Incoherent

SOS Education Policy Brief October 2023 The Next Schools Agreement Must Embrace Key Principles for School Funding

SOS Education Policy Brief September 2023 Fully Funding Private Schools is No Solution to Inequity in Education

SOS Education Research Brief September 2023 The Fallacy of the Genetic Determination of Inherent Cognitive Abilities

SOS Education Policy Comment April 2023 A Golden Age of Tax Concessions for the Rich

SOS Education Policy Comment March 2023 50 Wealthy Private Schools Raked In Over $600 Million in Donations & Investment Income

SOS Education Policy Comment March 2023 Wealthy WA Private Schools Rake in Millions in Donations

SOS Education Policy Comment February 2023 Wealthy NSW Private Schools Rake in Millions in Donations & Investment Income

SOS Education Policy Comment February 2023 Wealthy Victorian Private Schools Rake in Millions in Donations

SOS Education Policy Comment February 2023 Private Schools Had the Biggest Funding Increases and the Biggest Falls in School Results

SOS Education Research Paper January 2023 Government Funding Failures Have Stoked Shocking Inequity in NSW School Outcomes

SOS Education Policy Comment January 2023 Labor Kicks the Public School Funding Can Down the Road


SOS Education Research Paper December 2022 Close the Gaps between Rich and Poor

SOS Education Policy Comment November 2022 Victorian Public Schools Are Robbed of Funding By Growing Bureaucracy

SOS Education Research Paper November 2022 Victoria - A Failed Education State

SOS Education Policy Comment September 2022 More Tudge Fudges

SOS Education Policy Comment September 2022 Millionaires Who Pay No Tax Rob the Poor

SOS Education Policy Comment August 2022 Labor Should Scrap the Stage 3 Tax Cuts for the Rich

SOS Education Policy Comment August 2022 Voucher Advocate Recants

SOS Education Policy Comment August 2022Labor Chooses Tax Cuts for the Rich Instead of Funding for Disadvantaged Schools

SOS Education Policy Comment June 2022 Fully Fund Public Schools to Increase Productivity

A Public Education Agenda for the New Education Minister 1 June 2022

SOS Education Policy Comment May 2022 Stuart Robert's Duplicities on School Funding and Outcomes Exposed

SOS Education Policy Comment May 2022 Labor Chooses Privilege Over Fairness in Education

SOS Education Research Paper April 2022 Wealthy Victorian Private Schools are Massively Over-Funded

SOS Education Research Paper April 2022 Exclusive WA Private Schools Massively Over-Funded by the Morrison Government

SOS Education Research Paper April 2022 Wealthy Qld Private Schools Massively Over-Funded by the Morrison Government

SOS Research Paper April 2022 Morrison Govt to Over-Fund NSW Private Schools by Nearly $1 Billion

SOS Education Policy Comment March 2022 Funding Crisis in NSW Public Schools

SOS Education Policy Comment March 2022 Public Schools in Victoria Face a Funding Crisis

SOS Education Research Brief March 2022 Money Works in Education

SOS Get Gonksi Back on Track

SOS Education Policy Comment February 2022 JobKeeper Gravy Train for Wealthy Perth Private Schools.

SOS Education Policy Comment February 2022 New School Funding Figures Put Pressure on Labor to Step Up for Public Schools

SOS Education Policy Comment January 2022 JobKeeper Gravy Train for Queensland Private Schools

SOS Education Policy Comment January 2022 JobKeeper Jackpot for Canberra Grammar

SOS Education Policy Comment January 2022 Shameless Greed of Wealthy Victorian Private Schools

SOS Education Policy Comment January 2022 NSW Private Schools Profited Millions from Jobkeepe

SOS Education Policy Comment November 2021 Victorian Private Schools Profited Millions from Jobkeeper

SOS Education Research Brief November 2021 Question Mark Over the Accuracy and Reliability of PISA Tests

SOS Education Research Paper October 2021 Nobel Prize Committee Says Money Matters in Education

SOS Education Policy Comment October 2021 Wealthy Schools Pocket Millions in JobKeeper Funds Despite Profits

SOS Education Research Paper June 2021 The Disadvantage Burden of Public Schools is Three Times That of Private Schools

SOS School Funding Brief May 2021 New Figures Reveal Increasing Resource Advantage for Private Schools

SOS Education Policy Comment May 2021 Tudge Fudges School Results and Funding Revised Version

SOS Education Research Paper March 2021 Private School Funding Increase is Six Times the Public School Increase

SOS Education Policy Comment February 2021 Integration of Private Schools in the Public System Would Deepen Structural Failure

SOS Research Brief February 2021 Over-Funding of Private Schools to Increase While Public Schools Remain Under-Funded

SOS Research Brief November 2020 -Funding Gap Between Public and Private Schools Will Accelerate Over the Next Decade

SOS Research Brief October 2020 - Education Resource Gaps in Australia Remain Amongst the Largest in the World

SOS Research Brief October 2020 - OECD Says Public Schools in Australia Do As Well As Private Schools

SOS Research Brief August 2020: The Bureaucratisation of Public Education in Australia

SOS Research Brief: Public Schools Face Funding Crisis, Private Schools are in Clover

SOS Education Policy Comment on Turnbull Memoirs - Exposing the hypocrisy and unchristian practice of the Catholic Church in diverting taxpayer funding

Save our Schools Research brief: Teachers say there is too much administrative work and stress in schools

Save our School's Education Policy Comment: The Federal Govt has a National responsibility to fund public education

Save our Schools Research brief: Low SES schools have far less resources than High SES schools

Save our Schools Policy Comment: OECD Says 3 in 4 Australian Students Do Not Try on PISA Tests

Save our Schools Education Research brief - The Facts about School Funding in the ACT

Save our Schools Education Research brief - The Spending Arms Race between Elite Schools is out of control

Save our Schools Education Research brief - The Facts About School Funding in Tasmania

Save our schools - Education Research Brief - More Studies Show That Money Really Does Matter in Education by Trevor Cobbold



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