They are the ex-government that just keeps giving. At least they are helping out eduction now by showing future governments what not to do.
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/nati...1226870368714#The $16.2 billion Building the Education Revolution scheme, one of the signature policies of the Rudd and Gillard years, has been condemned as an international case study of legislative and bureaucratic failure. A paper by three Australian academics published in the International Journal of Public Administration says the Labor-era stimulus program of building multi-purpose school halls, science labs and libraries highlights the pitfalls governments need to avoid when rolling out large-scale public expenditure programs.
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