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With over 1100 individual members, the Western Australian Primary Principals' Association is the voice of primary school leaders across the state.

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Date:
06 September 2016

In November 2015, Treasury amended the Tenant Rent Setting Framework Policy, with changes taking effect on 1 July 2016. 

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Date:
19 August 2016

The Western Australian Primary Principals’ Association (WAPPA) welcomes the Auditor General's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education Report.

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Date:
15 June 2016
Members of the community are encouraged to sign the petition at http://www.wappa.asn.au/petition to show their support of a zero-tolerance policy on violence against school leaders.
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Date:
19 June 2015

WAPPA commends the Department of Education on the introduction of ‘KindiLink’, a voluntary kindergarten program for three-year-old Aboriginal children. WAPPA members are pleased that the Department has recognised and responded to the call for greater education support for Aboriginal children at an early age.

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Date:
03 November 2014

A report by PricewaterhouseCoopers has identified that schools in Australia are not receiving adequate funding for students with a diagnosed disability or learning difficulty.

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Date:
11 August 2014

WAPPA claims preliminary assessment of the new student-centred funding model will see programs axed and large numbers of school students worse off. 

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