What are different levels of Australia's government?
there are 3 different type of government in Australia. They are Local, State and Fedral government.
Most countries have different levels of government that may include local, county, state and federal levels of governance. Each level has jurisdiction over its own issues. In larger, more populated countries the federal government cannot be responsible for every aspect of public life. States and town communities have the responsibility and privilege to govern locally. In more serious matters and disputes the higher levels of government take over.
It depends on what type of federalism you are talking about. There are multiple different types such as layered, mixed, fiscal, ect. But, federalism at it's basic is a government that has multiple levels each with its own jobs that it performs. Let's use the US for example... Nation Government (the president) State Government (the Governor) Local Government (the mayor) Three different levels, three different jobs but is all the government of the US thus…
Schools are very different in different countries and even in different states of the same country. Ways that schools may be different include: How many days per year the government(s) require; How many hours per day the government(s) require; How a government/society sets up class levels, or grade levels; What standardized testing the government(s) require; What passing standards the government(s) set; What expectations society and parents set for students; etc.