The new Australian Kids’ Guide, which will be available for purchase on August 15, includes information on the state of education and wellbeing in Australia and the government’s support for schools.
“Australia’s children are being left behind by our government, the current government, on everything from school outcomes to childcare,” the guide states.
“The National Government has made it clear that its goal is to make Australia the best place for kids to grow up,” Education Minister Christopher Pyne said in a statement.””
Parents can learn more about education and family responsibilities by checking out the new guide.”
“The National Government has made it clear that its goal is to make Australia the best place for kids to grow up,” Education Minister Christopher Pyne said in a statement.
“We will continue to support families, teachers, schools, local communities and students through the new National Kids’ guide.”
The guide will also cover the issues facing parents and young people and the “challenges” facing parents with childcare.
The guide also includes advice on how to raise a family, how to plan a holiday and more.
It will be sold by ABC TV, ABC Radio and the ABC News website, as well as from August 15.
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