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Labor promises to use stadium money to get rid of demountable classrooms

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Labor has promised to take money from stadiums and inject it into permanent classrooms if it wins next month’s state election.

Shadow Education Minister Jihad Dib says he’ll redirect $500 million from the government’s $2.2-billion stadiums fund to get rid of demountable classrooms.

Mr Dib says Labor will replace 1000 temporary classrooms with permanent air-conditioned facilities.

“When we talk about priorities it’s about making sure we get kids out of these temporary classrooms into permanent, air-conditioned bricks and mortar buildings.”

He also thanks Ben Fordham for continuously talking about the matter on his show.

“You’ve raised this issue often and I want to congratulate you for that.”

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