Federal Liberal MPs are worried the State Government's education cuts are going to hurt them at the polls on Saturday.
A number of Federal Liberals have told the ABC the issue is being raised with them as they doorknock.
Their electorate offices are also being bombarded with emails opposing the cuts.
Some are critical of the State Government for announcing the cuts during the Federal election campaign.
At least one has written to the Premier Colin Barnett's office expressing his annoyance.
Anne Gisborne from the State School Teachers Union says she is not surprised.
"The anger is growing as more and more parents get to understand the impact of these cuts on their school," she said.
The Education Minister Peter Collier says it is important for schools to understand the impact of the changes as they plan for the next year.