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North Queensland Floods

North Queensland Floods

Oonoonba State School was hardest hit in the recent floods in North Queensland.

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2018-19 investment

2018-19 investment

Education Minister Grace Grace visited Cavendish Road State High School and spoke about this year’s investment for infrastructure.

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New schools in 2020

New schools in 2020

Eight new schools will open in 2020 to address enrolment growth across the state.

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Spring Mountain State School open

Spring Mountain State School open

Queensland’s newest State School is located in the emerging suburb of Spring Mountain.

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In 2018-2019, the Queensland Government is investing $923 million for infrastructure in Queensland state schools. Below are featured programs, projects and stories to share how this money is being spent to create and improve learning spaces across the state.

  • $923 million
  • Budget for state school infrastructure
  • $98 million
  • Capital assistance in non-state schools
  • Over 2,500 jobs
  • to be supported
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Last updated
15 March 2019