A new report has shown a surge in private school enrolments, suggesting parents aren’t fazed by exorbitant fees and students achieving the same academic results as those in public schools.
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New figures have shown that since 2009, the Government’s funding increases for private schools has trounced the funding given to public schools.
Call it a “get-rich-slow scheme”. By opting not to enrol their kids in a private school, parents could save themselves more than $1m, figures from the Australian Scholarships Group (ASG) have found.
A new study has thrown a curveball into the academic slugfest between public and private schools.
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