Pyne pushes for more independent public schools
Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne has launched an initiative to grant independent status to around 1500 public schools within the next three years, but some experts say that greater school autonomy doesn’t always lead to better schools. Sam Cucchiara reports.
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