MP3: Gonski states say they won't let Coalition walk away from signed agreements

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Gonski states say they won\'t let Coalition walk away from signed agreements MP3

State Treasurers this morning met with the Federal Treasurer in Parliament House to voice their concerns about the Federal Government's refusal to honour the education funding deals they signed with the Commonwealth. The Education Minister, Christopher Pyne, is still insisting the Government hasn't broken its election promise on school funding, and that it will deliver the same amount of Commonwealth funds as promise... Source: abc.net.au

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