Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Region. Government out of touch

Plans by the NSW government to cut language and literacy services by half will severely impact the most vulnerable members of society, said the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC). Responding to reports that leaked Treasury document showed the state government was planning to cut 2400 education jobs, WSROC president, Alison McLaren, said this decision showed the government was out of touch with the needs of those less fortunate. “These services are vital for many of our residents who need assistance in managing day to day communications,” she said.



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