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Title Lateline: 08/06/2016
Published Australia : ABC, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (29 min.) ; 169852141 bytes
Summary Stories include: 'Labor rolls the dice on economic policy, admitting its budget position will be worse over the next four years if elected to government', 'Panel Debate: Phillip Heath, Head of Barker College, and Dr Chris Sarra, Professor of Education at the University of Canberra', 'Lateline visits a new school model for Indigenous students on the NSW Central Coast'<br /><br />LABOR ROLLS THE DICE ON ECONOMIC POLICY, ADMITTING ITS BUDGET POSITION WILL BE WORSE OVER THE NEXT FOUR YEARS IF ELECTED TO GOVERNMENT<br />Releasing his 10 year economic program, Bill Shorten promises a return to surplus five years from now, the same time frame as the Government amid concern from economists about Australia's AAA rating.<br /><br />PANEL DEBATE: PHILLIP HEATH, HEAD OF BARKER COLLEGE, AND DR CHRIS SARRA, PROFESSOR OF EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CANBERRA<br />Tony Jones hosts a special panel with Phillip Heath and Dr Chris Sarra and asks them both whether the new school format set up on the Central Coast by Barker College is the way of the future for Indigenous education.<br /><br />LATELINE VISITS A NEW SCHOOL MODEL FOR INDIGENOUS STUDENTS ON THE NSW CENTRAL COAST<br />It's highly resourced with small class sizes, and Sydney's prestigious Barker College is behind a new school format which aims to help close the gap on literacy and numeracy for Indigenous students
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2016-06-08 at 22:35:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Budget -- Forecasting.
Economic policy -- Political aspects.
Education -- Finance.
Indigenous peoples -- Education.
Literacy programs -- Evaluation.
Aboriginal Australians in popular culture.
New South Wales -- Central Coast.
Form Streaming video
Author Jones, Tony, host
Lipson, David, reporter
Stewart, John, reporter
Ah-See, Tjanarra, contributor
Bartos, Stephen, contributor
Benton, Ian, contributor
Durmush, Georgia, contributor
Durmush, Rachel, contributor
Gordon, Sean, contributor
Heath, Phillip, contributor
Oliver, Shane, contributor
Sarra, Chris, contributor
Shackleton, Jamie, contributor
Shorten, Bill, contributor
Turnbull, Malcolm, contributor