Home | Industry+Reform | Education ministers must ‘come to their senses’: Cobbold
Trevor Cobbold says federal education minister Simon Birmingham, and their state counterparts, must close the gap between rich and poor schools. Photo: Alistair Brightman
Trevor Cobbold says federal education minister Simon Birmingham, and their state counterparts, must close the gap between rich and poor schools. Photo: Alistair Brightman

Education ministers must ‘come to their senses’: Cobbold

Australia’s education ministers “must come to their senses” and work out reforms to close the growing divide between rich and poor schools, a former Productivity Commission economist turned public school advocate has said.

Please login below to view content or register for a 4 week FREE Trial.

Membership Login