http://resources.smh.com.au/smh/media-common-1.0/images/feedback-button.gifBy Mark Kenny. Redirecting money from universities into schools to pump up Julia Gillard's troubled Gonski school education reforms has not impressed voters any more than it has impressed state governments, with one in four saying they may shun the ALP because of it.
A survey of voter attitudes conducted for the higher education group Universities Australia has found the budget decision to slow funding growth for universities by taking $2.8 billion from the sector to fund the schools deal could cost votes. Read more...