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The real reforms needed for education financing

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20 Oct 2014

The real reforms needed for education financing

Christopher Pyne can look to hike up university fees to reduce the government's funding commitment, but shouldn't he also be looking at the massive salaries of University Chancellors, with several earning more than a million dollars a year.

Then, what about the 40% of private school funding that comes from taxpayers? An Australian anomaly.
This weeks running order:
1. University Chancellor Salaries
2. Richard Kazimer's US Report
- the rich poor gap
- the shame of sexual assault in colleges
- Sadam Hussein's chemical weapons
- In a tiz over Ebolla
3. Tony Abbott letter's to pensioners
4. A letter from Jo'burg
5. John Dobbie's UK report
- The PM's personal letter
- public sector wage demands
- good news for tractor drivers
- a plaque in honour of Edith Smith
- genitalia in the name of art
- the great public butt blug
- Britain's best architecture
6. Linguistic games with Professor Barry Spurr
7. Public funding for private schools
8. David Campbell's New Zealand report
- Hakka gets out of hand
- poaching vigilante
- geriatric skydiver
- pom attacks Kiwi apples
- NZ's UN security council seat
9. 'What's the big idea' with Brian Haverty
- vote for politicans' pensions
- complimentary waiters
- camera jewellery
- automated valet parking


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