Auditor general says there is not enough information to verify that systemic schools use funds as intended

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The New South Wales auditor general has raised concerns about a lack of control over how non-government schools distribute their share of the $1.2bn in state government grants that the sector receives each year.

On Thursday, a report released by the NSW audit office found that there were “gaps in oversight” in the way funding from the state education department was distributed within the non-government school sector.

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