The AEU is not affiliated to any political party, but based on our assessment of the various parties’ policies, we welcome the re-election of a progressive government for the ACT. We will look on with interest as Labor and the Greens negotiate their parliamentary agreement, trusting that the education promises made prior to the election will be reflected in that document.READ MORE
In Kurrajong, Shane Rattenbury, Josh Ceramidas, Leah Dwyer, Richard Niven and Rachel Stephen-Smith are committed to putting public education first. Shane Rattenbury from the Greens is the only candidate in Kurrajong to sign our pledge on education.
In Murrumbidgee, Caroline Le Couteur and Chris Steel are committed to putting public education first. Caroline Le Couteur from the Greens is the only candidate in Murrumbidgee to sign our pledge on education.
In Brindabella, Michael Mazengarb and Angie Drake are committed to putting public education first. Michael Mazengarb from the Greens is the only candidate in Brindabella to sign our pledge on education.
Written by Yvette Berry - ACT Labor Sitting Member & Education Spokesperson
ACT Labor believes every Canberran deserves the best quality education to get the most out of life – in their job, their career and their community. Building better skills and training means building a better Canberra and broadening the horizons of our people and our communities.READ MORE
Written by Shane Rattenbury - Greens Leader & Minister for Education
The ACT Greens believe that a high-quality, free and equitable education is a cornerstone of a healthy democracy and is fundamental to the ACT’s continued prosperity. We believe that everyone should have access to education that meets their needs and aspirations.READ MORE