Students in limbo

Stuff reports:

Parents are concerned after 10 NZ received contract termination letters.

Middle School West Auckland (MSWA) and nine other charter schools received contract termination letters on June 7 – even before finding out if their applications to remain open as a special character school for next year was approved.

Ministry of Education said it would have a decision by July 31 but that’s meant Trinity and more than 1000 students enrolled in charter schools were left in limbo about their future.

What a kind caring Government. They do the termination letters before making a decision on whether to accept them as special character schools. So students and their families have to go through months of worry.

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