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Why both Labor and Coalition are wrong about their claims on the economic value of education

The Grattan Institute’s Peter Goss and Julie Sonnemann write in The Conversation (17.5.16) about both major parties’ positions on school funding and the value of education.

‘School education made headlines during week one of the election campaign. Over the past week, both major parties made claims about how much – or how little – the economy would benefit from their spending on schools. But both Labor and the Coalition over-stated their claims. Here’s why.’

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