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Pyne promising each school would receive the same "dollar for dollar" funding irrespective of who won the election.

Pyne promising each school would receive the same "dollar for dollar" funding irrespective of who won the election.

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Copy of a press release in which Christopher Pyne promised that each school would receive the same funding "dollar for dollar" regardless of who won the Sept 7 election.
Copy of a press release in which Christopher Pyne promised that each school would receive the same funding "dollar for dollar" regardless of who won the Sept 7 election.

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12/1/13AEUs dishonest campaign on school funding | Pyne Onlinewww.pyneonline.com.au/media/media-releases/aeus-dishonest-campaign-on-school-funding1/3
Home>MediaMedia Releases>AEU’s dishonest campaign on school funding
 AEU’s dishonest campaignon school funding
The Australian Education Union (AEU) has this week been caught out distributing blatantly dishonestclaims on school funding in South Australia. At primary schools in South Australia, the AEU has distributed misleading campaign material entitled ‘message from local principals and teachers’. This ‘message’ is actually from the AEU and is authorisedby its Federal Secretary in Melbourne.The AEU’s dishonest ‘message’ claims that the Coalition would deliver only one third of total fundingagreed to in the South Australian school funding agreement.This is false.Tony Abbott and the Coalition have confirmed that they will commit the same amount of federalschool funding as the Government over the forward estimates. Every single school in  Australia willreceive, dollar for dollar, the same federal funding over the next four years whether there is a Liberalor Labor Government after September 7.Kevin Rudd and the AEU have abandoned any notion of ‘A New Way’ and instead have nothing tooffer Australian parents other than the same old Labor ways of dishonest scare campaigns.The AEU’s latest scare is a dishonest campaign tactic that is being used to hide Kevin Rudd’s appallingrecord of broken promises in education, including:Childcare CentresLabor promised to end the double drop-off by building 260 childcare centres, but gave up afterbuilding only 38.
Christopher Pyne
Federal Member for Sturt Minister for Education - Leader of the House
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Student results After five years, both international and national testing data shows that student achievement in Australia has either flatlined or declined.Literacy and numeracyLabor’s $540 million literacy and numeracy programme failed to improve student outcomes. Anindependent performance audit of the programme which examined national testing data from 2008to 2011 concluded the programme did not make a statistically significant improvement in any State.Cash for ‘most improved schools’ programme As part of a deal brokered with regional Independents in order to secure office in 2010, Laborpromised that a third of cash bonuses of up to $70,000 per school set aside for ‘school improvement’ would be paid to regional schools. Not one school received a cash bonus as promised at the lastelection before the policy was scrapped, let alone the regional schools.Teacher bonus programmeNot one teacher has been paid a cash bonus as promised at the last election before the policy wasdumped in the Budget.Teach NextIt was sent to the policy dustbin in the pre-election economic outlook. Yesterday’s announcementconfirms that the funding has been redirected to Teach for Australia, which the Coalition suggestedshould have happened in the first place.International educationLabor has failed to protect one of our most important export sectors. The cumulative loss ineducation exports has, so far, been $4.8 billion (to December 2012).Mr Rudd’s fear mongering is just another example of the fakery he has engaged in since the start of the campaign – and he knows it – because during his time as a senior bureaucrat for formerQueensland Premier Goss, he closed 46 schools.21 August 2013
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