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School-fee probe by commission

The  Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission has challenged the legality of the multi-million dollar income generated by the states charging public school fees to some temporary residents including international students. The commission’s CEO, Karen Toohey, said the long-held practice, first introduced as federal policy in 1990, may be in breach of Australia’s human rights obligations under international law.

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