The information on this page has been compiled from currently available policy information from the major political parties websites. The Australian Parents Council is non-political and the publishing of this information is in no way an endorsement of any political party or their pledge but merely an information source for parents.
Comments from parents published on this page were taken as a random pulse of what parents thought was important when it comes to education leading to election 2016.
Working for a world class education system – Education Equality Initiative
Greens commit to fairer students with disability funding (22 April 2016)
Childcare support (6 June 2016)
Labour will deliver fairer and faster child care help (5 June 2016) More affordable childcare policy
Media Release: Commonwealth Commitment to Real Funding Growth Welcomed (1 May 2016)
Media Release: Independent Schools Look To the Future – 2016 ISCA & AHISA National Education Forum (15 March 2016)
Media Release: Labor’s Commitment to School Funding Certainty Welcome (28 Jan 2016)
Press Release : Growing pressure on school places need attention (16 June 2016)
Press Release: Catholic schools committed to care for all students (15 June 2016)
Press Release: Radical funding freeze proposal unjustified, will hurt students (1 June 2016)
Press Release: Education front and centre as election campaign nears (7 May 2016)
Press Release: Labor underlines its commitment to school education (7 May 2016)
Press Release : Budget delivers indexation certainty for school funding (3 May 2016)