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Private school parents are not the only ones facing hefty back to school costs.  Those with children in the government system must also pay up.  The NewDaily, January 21, 2014  Parents Victoria's Executive Officer, Gail McHardy, comments.

 

School homework over summer is under the microscope ......  Herald Sun December 7, 2013  Parents Victoria's Executive Officer, Gail McHardy, comments.

After hearing ADF (Australian Drug Foundation) National Policy Manager, Geoff Munro, speak at Parents Victoria's 2013 conference, a parent delegate spoke out.  Read her comments.

Call it dress-up day, celebration day or carnival day, anything but muck-up day.  Parents Victoria's Executive Officer, Gail McHardy, comments.

The Age, October 17, 2013

 

 

Parents may not be warned when their child is suspended from school and principals will have greater power to expel students - even for being "unproductive" - under a discipline crackdown by the state government.  The Age, October 13, 2013  Parents Victoria's Executive Officer, Gail McHardy, comments.   See also Parents Victoria Facebook page for further considerations and opportunity to comment.

 

 

Parents Victoria wishes to acknowledge the passing of Janet Powell (30/9/13).  According to one of our Life Members and history records, Janet was involved in one of our country District Councils many years ago.  Janet had an interesting life, in teaching and politics.  We pass on our condolences to Janet's family and friends.

Almost half of Victorian state primary students are being taught in composite classes.

Herald Sun, August 18, 2013  Parents Victoria's Executive Officer, Gail McHardy, comments.

 

Parents Victoria Executive Officer, Gail McHardy, acknowledges Transport Minister Terry Mulder's commitment (10/7/13) on having seat belts and improving safety for our children on country school buses.  It's a great start and we look forward to further updates on how the Victorian Government will make this happen sooner rather than later, to prevent injuries like Emily Blake's.  Encourage all parents and interested folk to circulate our school bus safety survey link to be completed ASAP and to provide even more data to our government to address safety concerns being raised on high speed and hazardous road networks when transporting our students to and from school.   The Age, July 10, 2013

 

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