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ALL submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry From Learning to Growth
November 8, 2022
The current Productivity Commission Inquiry From Learning to Growth has the potential to be a defining event in the evolution of Australia’s school system. We concur with the Commission that a quality education benefits both individuals and society and that education has a cost and uses valuable resources. We also agree with the Productivity Commissioner’s viewpoint that education is ripe for disruption. However, our view is that:
Focusing on reform within schools will not get us where we need to go unless we address broader structural issues.