Australian government gives parents money for schooling

01/25/2009 | Australian (tiered subscription model), The

Australian principals distribute money to families who are unable to pay education costs for their children. The cost to send a secondary-school pupil to a public school rose this year by about £150, and the government money pays for items such as uniforms and textbooks.

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