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Grattan Institute is an Australian public policy think tank, established in 2008. The Melbourne-based institute is non-aligned, however it defines itself as contributing "to public policy in Australia as a liberal democracy in a globalised economy." It is partly funded by a $34 million endowment, with major contributions from the Australian Federal Government, the State Government of Victoria, the University of Melbourne and BHP Billiton.


Lopsided funding gives more to private schools that need it least

The problem isn't that private schools are over-funded but that public schools are funded well below their targets, writes a Grattan Institute director.
The Age - Published

Private school funding growth outstrips public schools' despite Gonski

Public school funding grew by just $155 a student over a decade, while private school students received 10 times as much, a Grattan Institute analysis has found.
The Age - Published

Two very different visions for Australia put to federal election candidates

The IPA is lobbying politicians and candidates to support selling the ABC, withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement and repeal 18C, while the Grattan Institute has laid out a very different agenda.
SBS - Published

Election winner must fix school funding

The Grattan Institute says the the biggest thing the winner of the May 18 election could do is finish fixing school funding so that it truly aligns with need.
SBS - Published

Trust in politics hits 50-year low: study

A new study by the Grattan Institute has made a series of recommendations to improve trust in politics and the integrity of government.
SBS - Published

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