Booming enrolments have increased the capital funding demands of many Australian schools.
This might mean expanding or upgrading facilities, refurbishing or replacement equipment or building new classrooms and other learning spaces.
Some schools are easily able to meet these needs. Others are not.
ABC News would like to know how your local school is coping with its capital funding demands. Does the school have enough facilities for all its students? When new equipment, buildings or other capital works are required, is it able to source the required funds privately or is every fundraiser a struggle? The information you give will help us explore these issues in a story we’ll be publishing early next year.
There are more than 9000 schools in Australia, with vastly different needs and resources. Tell us about yours.
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