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NSW describes education funding as \'moral\' issue MP3

States and territories that signed up to the former Labor government's new education funding model are now making the case for the system, with the Commonwealth preparing to renegotiate the agreements. The New South Wales Education Minister Adrian Piccoli says he's a strong advocate for the new system, saying having a needs-based funding model is a moral issue. Source: abc.net.au

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