Welfare Education Department,Social Welfare Education department,is a social welfare education agency,is also called welfare department

A social welfare department that is also called a welfare department.It is the division that runs welfare, including education, and has been responsible for the distribution of welfare payments, including unemployment benefits, and for making welfare decisions.It has a staff of about 10 people.It provides a wide range of services, including housing and social housing, […]

How to get a free education for your kids

FEDERAL PAYMENT OF $19,000 A YEAR TO TEACH CHILDREN: In Australia, a child’s school fees are paid to the government by parents and students.The government collects $5,000 for every child to attend, but parents can opt to pay no more than $1,200.This means that parents can choose to pay more, or get no money at […]

When you need a job: ‘You’ve got to be on top of things’

When you want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the office, you’re better off making a plan.The truth is, you’ve got the freedom to be yourself, and that’s the most valuable asset you have.In this article, we’ve rounded up the top reasons why you should make the most of your free […]

How to Avoid the Most Common Mistakes in College Admissions

A few months ago, a new documentary from the University of California, Berkeley, called How to Get In College was on a list of “10 things you should know before you apply to college.”The film was created by a former admissions officer for a local school, but it’s one of many that have appeared online […]

What will happen to the welfare education budget?

Posted November 13, 2018 08:53:25 The Abbott government is considering a plan to scrap $2 billion in welfare education funding for the 2018-19 financial year.The plan was revealed in a document that was seen by the ABC on Wednesday night.Labor has said it is reviewing its own welfare education spending plan.Under the proposed budget, the […]

More than 10,000 migrants and refugees are being deported as Australia’s immigration crackdown continues

More than ten thousand migrants and refugee families are being ordered to leave the country as part of a crackdown on the influx of asylum seekers.The decision to deport the families comes as the Immigration Department announced it had issued around 2,000 deportations on Thursday, the same day as Prime Minister Tony Abbott was in […]

Conservatives respond to BMBC’s budget news

Conservative Action News (CAN) has responded to the BMBTU budget news by responding to the fact that the BMPU was created as a response to a federal grant and will be administered by the Alberta Government.The news comes after the BMTU rejected a federal government offer to create a new non-profit body to manage the […]

‘Huge’ amount of money spent on ‘school to work’ scheme

With the Government finally releasing a list of the total expenditure for its flagship welfare education programme, more and more parents are starting to realise just how much money has been spent on the scheme.As we reported last month, more than £3 billion was spent on a £2.6 billion scheme that has not been released […]

What’s wrong with WA’s ‘no-cash’ school funding?

Updated September 21, 2018 11:04:54 A proposal to remove funding for schools from the State Government’s ‘No Cash’ school levy has been defeated.Key points:A new WA Government policy aims to reduce WA’s welfare spending in schools, with more schools set to lose moneySource: News24About 25 per cent of WA schools currently receive No Cash grants, […]