Moving school holidays is a con – air condition our classrooms now

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"The proposal to move school holidays back a week will make our schools cooler and help our kids and teachers is nothing more than an air-con con.
 
"Some of the hottest days of the year occur outside of January, for example Brisbane's hottest day in 2017 was on 12 February.
 
"We also sweltered through a record 30 consecutive days of temperatures above 30 degrees between 28 January and 26 February 2017.
 
"It just shows that moving the school holidays back a week would not fix the problem.
 
"Instead of inconveniencing parents and students, it's time to air condition our school classrooms.
 
"Labor continues to let our kids sweat in stifling classrooms instead of investing in air conditioning.
 
"The LNP wants to have the brightest kids in the nation.
 
"That's why the LNP has a plan to air condition every state school in Queensland.
 
"We think our kids and teachers are worth it because cool kids are smart kids."
 
Source: http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/current/season/qld/archive/201702.brisbane.shtml

 
Deb Frecklington : Leader of the Liberal National Party (LNP) of Queensland :
PO Box 940, Spring Hill Qld 4004, Queensland Wide
07 3844 0666
Deb Frecklington : Leader of the Liberal National Party (LNP) of Queensland
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