Investigations Editor Bryan Littlely
February 11, 2013
... Furious debate has erupted, with many respondents irate over what they perceive as double standards in the school's stance, claiming the ruling is religious discrimination. There were repeated calls for an end to any government funding to the school. ...Story at Adelaide Now
# Follow the money, and the bullies who breach their own policies
Islamic College of South Australia
ICOSA Annual Report 2011ICOSA Annual Report 2011
As part of our funding agreement with the Australian Government we are required to ensure that specific "School Performance Information" is made publicly available to the school community.
... School Income Broken down by funding source - 2011
The Islamic College of South Australia does not tolerate bullying in any form. All members of the School Community are committed to ensuring a safe and caring environment which promotes personal growth and positive self-esteem for all. The consequences of unacceptable behaviour are clearly stated in the Behaviour Management Policy. ...
Islamic council linked to cash shift
November 16, 2012
PRIVATE schools receiving up to $15 million in government funding each year have transferred large sums to the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils, which operates six schools around the country and is the country's peak Muslim body. ...
... A Commonwealth audit has identified poor record keeping in relation to transactions between the schools and AFIC, and a lack of proper documentation, or no documentation, of rental arrangements at the Islamic College of Canberra and Islamic College of South Australia. ...More at smh.com.au