Susie Boyd, NSW Federation of Parents and Citizens Associations President: Parents across the state are really concerned that an entire generation of children is going to be underfunded.
Education community speaks out on cuts threat
Chris Presland, Secondary Principals’ Council President: The knowledge economy rests heavily on what happens in our schools today. If we don’t heavily invest in the schools today, then there is no medium to long-term prosperous future for this country.
Phil Seymour, NSW Primary Principals’ Association President: I work nationally with the Australian Primary Principals Association … and the NSW model — the way the funding is needs-based — is the envy of Australia.