Tassie signs education reform

Written By miftah nugraha on Selasa, 09 Juli 2013 | 19.55

TASMANIA has today signed up the the Federal Government's national education reforms.

Federal Education Minister Bill Shorten made the announcement this afternoon.

Mr Shorten said the deal would deliver improvements for each of the 81,000 school students in the state.

Tasmania is the fourth state to sign up to the reform package.

"The Heads of Agreement that provides the detail of this reform for Tasmania which will see annual funding allocations for Tasmanian schools rise to $1.4 billion in 2019," Mr Shorten said.

"Over the six years of the new agreement, the Australian and Tasmanian governments will invest more than $380 million in extra funding between 2014 and 2019.

"These indexation arrangements mean all schools in Tasmania -- government, independent and Catholic -- will see fair funding growth each year."

Mr Shorten said the Federal Government would boost school funding by 4.7 per cent each year throughout the agreement while the State Government will increase its funding by 3 per cent each year.

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