Targeting support for high-need students in primary schools:
Report of the TRIPS study
28th September 2011
The report examines the allocation of money which flowed to primary schools from the more than $2 billion COAG National Partnership funding to improve educational outcomes for students, particularly those who need it most. The study involved schools from government and non-government systems in Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia and was prepared by Professor Max Angus and Harriet Olney from Edith Cowan University for APPA and was funded by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR).
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