Last week Andrew Barr sold the children of Kaleen High and Lake College to the University of Canberra.
Today he’s announced that CIT is getting outer suburb primary kids:
ACT Labor has joined forces with Federal Labor to ensure students at Kingsford Smith School, Charnwood Dunlop Primary School, Florey Primary School and Richardson Primary School get a taste of a range of career options and get the assistance they need to get the most out of the ACT education system.
The signing of an agreement today between the ACT Department of Education and Training and the Canberra Institute of Technology unlocks $6 million in ACT and Commonwealth Government funds to help students and their parents get more out of their schooling.
Surely primary school is far too young for vocational tracking?