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Mon Jun 12, 2017
Executive Meeting 1 pm
Tue Jun 13, 2017
SPC Annual Conference
Wed Jun 14, 2017
SPC Annual Conference
Thu Jun 15, 2017
SPC Annual Conference
Fri Jun 30, 2017
End Term 2
Mon Jul 17, 2017
School Development Day
Tue Jul 18, 2017
Term 3 starts
Mon Jul 24, 2017
Executive Meeting
Mon Aug 07, 2017
Retired Principals' lunch 10am-2 pm
Wed Aug 23, 2017
Executive Meeting
Thu Aug 24, 2017
State Assembly
Fri Aug 25, 2017
Professional Learning Day

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NSW SCHOOLS NEED RESOURCES NOW

MEDIA RELEASE

 

28th November

 

NSW SCHOOLS NEED RESOURCES NOW

 

 

The New South Wales Secondary Principals’ Council (NSW SPC) calls upon all state and territory leaders to put the interests of children before politics and support vital reform of the school funding system

 

The Australian Education Bill 2012 is an important first step in ensuring all young people have access to a quality education.

 

‘’Schools, particularly public schools, desperately need that investment,’’ said Lila Mularczyk, the President of NSW SPC.

 

The Australian Education Bill establishes access to quality education for all students as an entitlement of common citizenship; sets new goals for education; introduces a National Plan for School Improvement; builds new principles for school funding and links school funding and school improvement.

 

‘’There must be a commitment by all political leaders to negotiate and agree to the new funding arrangements and to pass the legislation early in 2013,’’ said Ms Mularczyk.

 

‘’The Gonski Review made it clear: there is an urgent need to invest in education and to improve the way funding is distributed. The current commonwealth funding system is neither effective nor fair.’’

 

The reprehensible decision by the NSW State Government to slash $1.7 billion from the state’s education budget makes funding reform an even greater priority for NSW schools.

 

“This is a unique opportunity to ‘get it right’ for all children, to ensure the future of our national education system to maintain our international competitiveness,’’ Ms Mularczyk said.

 

Contact SPC President: Lila Mularczyk   0417 284 227

 

SPC Deputy Presidents:  Chris Presland            0414 986 514

                                              Andrew Newman       0407 134 394

                                              Bernie Roebuck         0409 438 201

MEDIA RELEASE

Media Release
28th November 2012

The New South Wales Secondary Principals' Council (NSW SPC) calls upon all state and territory leaders to put the interests of children before politics and support vital reform of the school funding system.

The Australian Education Bill 2012 is an important first step in ensuring all young people have access to a quality education.

''Schools, particularly public schools, desperately need that investment,'' said Lila Mularczyk, the President of NSW SPC.

The Australian Education Bill establishes access to quality education for all students as an entitlement of common citizenship; sets new goals for education; introduces a National Plan for School Improvement; builds new principles for school funding and links school funding and school improvement.

''There must be a commitment by all political leaders to negotiate and agree to the new funding arrangements and to pass the legislation early in 2013,'' said Ms Mularczyk.

''The Gonski Review made it clear: there is an urgent need to invest in education and to improve the way funding is distributed. The current commonwealth funding system is neither effective nor fair.''

The reprehensible decision by the NSW State Government to slash $1.7 billion from the state's education budget makes funding reform an even greater priority for NSW schools.

"This is a unique opportunity to 'get it right' for all children, to ensure the future of our national education system to maintain our international competitiveness,'' Ms Mularczyk said.

Contact SPC President:    Lila Mularczyk: 0417 284 227

 SPC Deputy Presidents: Chris Presland 0414 986 514

                                              Andrew Newman 0407 134 394

                                              Bernie Roebuck 0409 438 201