Education welfare is an area where a lot of the money is being made, because there are a lot more schools and universities to run.
It’s a big, big business, and the main source of the funding for schools and the teachers is the government.
The main question is, how do you get the money into schools and into teachers?
The Government has made education a priority, and in 2018-19, the Government made education compulsory for every child in every state and territory.
That’s a huge achievement.
The funding model for education has been different for the last few years.
In 2018-2019, funding from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was reduced by $3.6 billion, the largest decrease in any of the previous funding models.
That was the second time that funding had been reduced, and it’s the second-biggest reduction of funding for education ever.
The Government has also cut funding for disability benefits, disability support payments, and support for children with disabilities.
The amount that people are entitled to is much smaller.
But in the last budget, there was also a new, $6 billion grant for education and it also gave $10 billion more to education.
So that means that in 2018/19, it will be $4.4 billion more.
That’s a very big boost for education, because the Government is investing in schools.
There are a number of different things that they can do.
They can put money into the schools themselves.
For example, they could put money in the state primary schools to run their school, or they could spend money on facilities like new classrooms and school supplies.
That would help teachers.
It also helps to increase the number of teachers, because they could hire more teachers.
And then there are the Government’s other priorities.
They can put more money into supporting schools to help them deal with issues like the crisis in the classroom.
They could spend more money on school supplies, and teachers can pay for their own clothing and school uniforms, and some of that would go towards schools’ classrooms.
In 2019-2020, the National School and Yearbook will have a $20 million fund to help schools.
That will help schools to be able to carry on running, and they will also be able, if they want to, to put their own money into school funding.
So in 2019-20, there will be about $40 million for schools.
But there’s also a bigger picture to consider.
This is the second year that the Government has set aside $6.2 billion to provide funding to schools, and there is a lot going on around the budget.
The last time the Government set aside more money was in 2017-2018, and that was when they set aside about $3 billion.
That money was used to support schools to increase enrolments, and to improve their financial position, and also to invest in their schools.
In 2018-20 and 2019-2019 alone, the State Government has invested in more than $200 million in schools, but in 2019 they’ve spent $6,700,000 on the schools.
So the amount that schools are going to be getting in 2019 is $3,700 more than it was in 2018.
So this will give schools another $3 million to invest.
But how much money does that amount mean in real terms?
Well, it depends on the number and quality of schools in your state.
For the last 10 years, the average Australian school is in the top 25 per cent of countries in terms of enrolment.
But it’s also the worst performing school in the world, and Australia ranks below the average for most of the countries in the OECD.
In 2017-18, we ranked 13th, with a student enrolment of 1,788.5 students.
So, if we had 1,500 schools in the bottom 25 per-cent of the OECD, we’d be in the middle of the pack.
But the Government says that this investment is a good thing for schools because they can actually see that there is more money being spent in their state schools than in other schools.
So, it’s a good way to put money back into schools.
But, as we all know, there are so many things that can happen in the short term that can affect the bottom line of a school.
So what will happen in 2019 and 2020?
There are three main areas that can change in 2019.
The first is the National Budget.
That is the budget that comes out every financial year, and is the one that tells people how much more or less they’re going to get from the Government.
The Budget is normally released on October 31st every year.
In the last financial year for 2019-21, the Budget came out on October 23rd, and for 2020-21 that’s October 28th.
So if the Budget doesn’t arrive by October 29th, that means the government has not met its commitment.
If that happens, the Treasurer’s Office has