Funds for programs keeping at-risk youth in school mode

By Fraser Barton
Updated December 4 2023 - 12:15pm, first published 12:08pm
Schools with programs keeping youth engaged and out of the justice system will benefit from funding. (April Fonti/AAP PHOTOS)
Schools with programs keeping youth engaged and out of the justice system will benefit from funding. (April Fonti/AAP PHOTOS)

Queensland schools that focus on re-engaging children in learning and keeping them out of trouble will share in $288 million over the next five years.

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