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Improving a Country's Education
AbstractAustralia's education system reflects its history of federalism. State and territory governments are responsible for administering education within their jurisdiction and across the sector comprising government (public), Catholic systemic and other independent schooling systems. They collaborate on education policy with the federal government. Over the past two decades the federal government has taken a greater role in funding across the education sector, and as a result of thisdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-59031-4_2 fatcat:yqox6tdgazbvhkswqykwhhvpre