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25.11.2013

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The stand-off between the Federal government and the states over education funding is continuing today. During the election campaign, the then Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, said he was on a 'unity ticket' with Labor over the Gonski education changes. Now, Mr Abbott's Education Minister has confirmed the Coalition government won't commit to the six-year funding deals signed between the previous Labor government and ... Source: abc.net.au

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