Essential Reforms for Equity and Fairness

Four urgent reforms are essential to give all Australian students equal access to education and equal opportunities to achieve their educational goals and aspirations.

IHEA's Students First Campaign advocates essential reforms to give all students equity and fairness.

Four Urgent Reforms:

  1. Equal Loan Scheme Support - Abolish the 25% FEE-HELP Loan Tax
  2. Equal Support - Implement the Bradley Review Recommendation to allocate Commonwealth Supported Places on the basis of provider quality
  3. Equal Tuition Protections – Implement a Domestic TPS
  4. Equal Say on Consumer Quality Surveys – A Consumer Voice for all Students through QILT

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