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Direct Measure of Income (DMI) Methodology factsheets now available

From 2020 the Australian Government is phasing in a new methodology for determining a school community’s capacity to contribute to the costs of schooling which will impact on the amount of funding non-government schools receive. Called the Direct Measure of Income (DMI), this new methodology represents a major change to the needs-based school funding model.

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment has now provided schools with their individual DMI scores, they have also published a set of factsheets about the DMI methodology and its implications for schools. These can be found on the Department’s website:

What is the Direct Measure of Income?

What is the methodology for the Direct Measure of Income (DMI)?

What is the capacity to contribute appeals process?

What is the Choice and Affordability Fund?

Choice and Affordability Fund Guidelines

 

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