How much does it cost to fix a pool?
Tue, 23 Oct 2012 7:00p.m.
Two weeks ago Campbell Live exposed how the Ministry of Education was basing many of its decisions about school closures and mergers in Christchurch on wrong or incomplete data.
Since then it seems that the ministry has been playing catch-up, meeting with schools and providing them with further rationale for changes.
So has it got it right this time?
Well not if you count mistaking a primary school for an intermediate, or providing a quote to fix a pool that's $68,000 out.
Watch the video to see the story by Natasha Utting.
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24/10/2012 5:02:01 p.m.
Why hasnt the education minister lost her job yet. It seems at every turn she has stumbled her way through this mess.
24/10/2012 10:58:54 a.m.
jan conway wrote:
Is that the actual quote, or has some-one distorted the fiqure, because the government would be paying for, so they think they can ripped off. Taxpayer paying again.
24/10/2012 9:30:23 a.m.
This is just turning into a joke. Its no excuse that it is a big job. This is the ministry and should be professional.
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