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Watch: ChalkTalks panel interviews

Education Central journalist Soumya Bhamidipati talks to the Tomorrow's Schools panellists pre and post the panel discussion.

Watch: ChalkTalks overview summary

Here is a brief overview clip of Education Central's Chalk Talk panel discussion on the Tomorrow's Schools Review highlighting some of the key areas of debate. (Approx. 3 mins)

Watch: ChalkTalks entire panel discussion

Here is the full and extended footage of Education Central's ChalkTalk panel discussion on the Tomorrow's Schools Review. (Approx. 2 hours)

Education can no longer be a political football

Whatever changes the Tomorrow’s Schools reforms may bring, many in the sector agree that the most important thing is achieving cross-party consensus on a way to move forward. Jude Barback reports.

O’Connor: Tomorrow’s Schools reforms are about “bridging the divide”

At last week’s ChalkTalks panel discussion hosted by EducationCentral.co.nz, University of Auckland’s Professor Peter O’Connor was one of five panellists weighing up the relative merits of the Tomorrow’s Schools Review Taskforce’s report.

Educators call for equity

Education Central’s ChalkTalk debate on the Tomorrow’s Schools Review brought forth many areas of discussion amongst panellists and audience members alike, but inequality in the education sector was foremost amongst them. By Soumya Bhamidipati.

Strong panel drives debate on Tomorrow’s Schools Review

Education Central ChalkTalks panel discussion on the Tomorrow’s Schools Review last night was one of the most robust debates on the proposed reforms to date.

The Tomorrow’s Schools Review: The power relations in the new system, and summing up

In the final part of a four-part series, Professor Martin Thrupp and Dr Katrina McChesney from the University of Waikato suggest the Taskforce's report should be re-read in a more constructive way.

The Tomorrow’s Schools Review: Considering the recommendations

In the third part of a four-part series, Professor Martin Thrupp and Dr Katrina McChesney from the University of Waikato analyse the Taskforce's recommendations.

The Tomorrow’s Schools Review: An opportunity missed

In the second part of a four-part series, Professor Martin Thrupp and Dr Katrina McChesney from the University of Waikato consider the 'framing' of the taskforce's report.
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