Fri, 29 Jun 2012 6:14p.m.
Behind-the-scenes budget documents show Education Minister Hekia Parata knew full well the impact her education reforms would have.
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5/07/2012 10:43:11 a.m.
Cyb Ed wrote:
Sadly it appears that the government has an agenda of disempowering teacher unions (Shown in the attitude of Why consult them - after all we politicians know better what is good for education than the teachers who work with the children each day) Also John Key has stated National's true agenda that National Standards is about measuring schools "performance" - so the focus is on "accountability". It is no longer on what is best for children, nor on bringing change ... working collaboratively with teachers, and based on solid evidence based research. Why are the National Party wanting to introduce policies from poorer performing countries that have been shown to fail? Listen instead to teachers - they want all children to learn and succeed - which is why they are in teaching in the first place.
2/07/2012 12:49:14 a.m.
Whats good for one is good for the other then Carlos?
Why then did you abuse Labour for doing it????
Then sit there and say what you just did???
Oh... thats right, a little thing called hypocrisy.
1/07/2012 1:54:29 a.m.
Mr. Key was the same that he once announced that the esset sale will never be sold (it will never happened Key quoted).. Parata knew the teachers dismissal from their posts were to take place before annoucing it plublicly..When is the Nataional Party front up the honesty and stop cutting corners, sorry the National Government is not fit to run our country, they should save the embarrestment and resign before we go further into depths..
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