Opinion: NDIS stops at the school gates

9 February 2022

As the school year gets underway, David Brady writes that education for students with a disability in NSW is a hotchpotch of success, misses, and failures. Since 2005 NSW governments both Labor and Coalition have overseen three inquiries, a Royal Commission, over one hundred million dollars spent on plans attempting to fix the issues, and […]

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Opinion: NDIS stops at the school gates

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