Tasmanian teachers, schools, parents and students have been invited to have their say on the future of education funding.
Submissions have now opened for the Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools, with stakeholders asked to put forward their own ideas on the reforms needed to improve outcomes.
Review chairman David Gonski said he hoped to “prepare students for a lifetime of opportunity in a rapidly changing world”.
“The review will gather a wide range of evidence and insights to provide advice on the most effective and efficient use of funding to improve school performance,” Mr Gonski said.
Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham said he encouraged people from across the education system to share their ideas.
Submissions close on October 13, with the final report to be presented to the federal government in March 2018.
To make a submission, visit the federal Education Department website.