Greg Whitby writes in today’s Sydney Morning Herald

The Executive Director of the CEDP focused on children's futures in the school funding debate

“In Western Sydney, one in four school students attends a Catholic school. Some sections of the commentariat might not like it, but Catholic education is mainstream and we’re here to stay. Penny-pinching packs a punch on school spending, whether a student attends a low-fee systemic Catholic school or the state school over the road. School spending is smart money and needs-based funding that stands up to scrutiny is even smarter.”

Follow this link to read the full Sydney Morning Herald article, where this originally appeared 21 June 2017.

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