Federal Election 2022

In the lead up to the Federal Election, see what Independent schools are seeking, and what the parties have promised so far.

What Independent schools need

Independent Schools Australia seeks commitments from the Federal Election candidates that provide Independent schools with the certainty they need to remain accessible for Australian families.

ISA FEDERAL ELECTION STATEMENT

Download the statement of key priorities for Independent schools.

Go to: Media Releases « Independent Schools Australia

Commitments by political parties

Compare the announcements from the Liberal/Nationals Coalition, the Australian Labor Party and the Australian Greens.

Go to: Federal Election 2022 – What the major parties promise

Independent Schools Electorate Map

Screen shot of a map

Go to: Find schools in your electorate or find the electorate of your school.

Key information about Independent schools

Download:

INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS – AT A GLANCE (one page)

INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS – SNAPSHOT (six pages)

Why Independent schools matter

Independent schools are a key part of the education landscape in Australia. They sit alongside government and catholic schools in contributing to our society and the safety, learning and wellbeing of its children.

 


Updated 6 May 2022

Authorised by M Evans, Chief Executive Officer, Independent Schools Australia, 12 Thesiger Court, Deakin ACT 2600

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