The ad they meant to run?

January 18th, 2013 at 2:59 pm by David Farrar

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Sent in by a reader. To be fair to the they are not that anti-national standards – that is more the NZEI and NZPF. But I do wish they would spend more time on areas of agreed priority such as raising teacher quality, than trying to stop parents and students have choice.

 

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6 Responses to “The ad they meant to run?”

  1. thor42 (903 comments) says:

    Very well done to whoever sent that in! Absolutely true!

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  2. kiwigunner (213 comments) says:

    Which schools are these?

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  3. wat dabney (3,655 comments) says:

    Rent-seeking monopolists getting worried their young hostages might escape.

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  4. mikenmild (10,618 comments) says:

    ‘But I do wish they would spend more time on areas of agreed priority such as raising teacher quality.’
    A significant pay rise for teachers would help there.

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  5. hamnidaV2 (247 comments) says:

    DPF states, “…spend more time on areas of agreed priority such as raising teacher quality…”

    A quick Google search reveals PPTA have spent some time on this exact issue……

    http://www.ppta.org.nz/index.php/resources/publication-list/2427-quality-teaching-report

    Perhaps the government and ministry could show more interest in the area of teacher quality.

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  6. HB (287 comments) says:

    yes, run this as a post (even though it is inaccurate).

    deflect attention from Hekia Parata and the terrible job she is doing.

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