Government grants for Catholic schools in Australia are used for the less fortunate students. These are mostly awarded to bright students who cannot afford school fees.
Only the schools that really do need a certain objective is school that offers training on applying for government grants to get new things for their schools
To receive government school grants you must apply for them. Most schools have grant writers that know how to write the grants and proposals and where to file for the grants.
Public schools are free and government operated, being paid for by tax money. Private schools are paid for entirely by the parents and are not government operated, however, they do need to meet government guidelines. Catholic schools are private schools that have a Catholic religious element to them. Many people believe that private schools are better for learning, which I believe to be the case.
the state funds and grants charters for the schools
That really depends on what government you are talking about.
You look up information on grants for schools at the FAFSA website. You can also check out the Education Connection, the College Board, and the Grants government website.
If you are starting college and need information on getting a grant then you should check out the government website for grants. The address is grants.com.
Free Money for College- Paying for School with Grants http://businessmajors.about.com/od/payingforschool/a/GrantsOverview.htm RE Grants for Schools http://www.stapleford-centre.org/resources/re-grants-for-schools
Yes, pretty much any school you attend you can find scholarships and grants for. There are government grants which dont have to be repaid; so try to find those more than private grants.
Yes, in that they are not owned by the government, usually. They are a type of private school typically referred to as parochial or parish schools.
Yes, Catholic charities gets more than half its funding from Federal grants. There is a movement in the Catholic Church to get the charities to sever all ties with the Federal government.