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Gillard teacher incentive; Swan v Hockey

Prime Minister Julia Gillard has spent the day in Perth where she visited an Armadale primary school and announced schools and teachers will be given cash incentives under a rewards program for improvement and quality teaching.

The marginal seat of Canning was the backdrop for the announcement, where students and parents were given a run through of the reforms via powerpoint from Ms Gillard, who said she wanted to take a different approach to explaining the measures.

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Julia can only face an audience which is too young to vote. Come on is this the real Julia we are seeing is it? Unfortunately Julia why don't you come clean with the figures of how many jobs you and the labor party actually saved...was it 800,000 as your Treasurer Swan mentioned today debating Hockey, or was it 450,000 that you mentioned some time ago or was it 200,000 you only mentioned some days ago. Which are the right figures? Time to fess up and let the public really know what the real story is Julia. Enough of the spin don't you think?

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