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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Discussing the future of Kiwi education (in a very Kiwi setting, in a very...

Editor Jude Barback attended Nikki Kaye’s public meeting in Tauranga on the Tomorrow’s Schools Review.

Tomorrow’s Schools meeting: Teachers speak out against Bali Haque’s plan

Teachers and principals have spoken out at an emotional public meeting against Government taskforce proposals which they say would move them around schools "like numbers in a spreadsheet".

ChalkTalks Panellist Q&A: Lynda Stuart

Education Central asks NZEI Te Riu Roa President Lynda Stuart about her views on the Tomorrow's Schools review in the run-up to the Chalk Talks panel discussion on the review.

The End of an ERO?

The Tomorrow’s Schools Review taskforce’s recommendation to replace the Education Review Office with the Education Evaluation Office signals a major change to the way schools are monitored. Rachel Helyer Donaldson finds out whether schools will welcome the change.

Tomorrow’s School’s Review: Redesign or Restructure?

Graham Foster analyses the Tomorrow’s Schools Review report. He believes the direction of the TS Review must be altered to reduce the importance of how we administer education and give greater recognition to the importance of the curriculum, students and teachers.

Opinion: Peter Lyons – Tomorrow’s Schools reforms won’t work without the right resources

Peter Lyons says that without quality people in teaching and education the Tomorrow's Schools reforms are meaningless.

Battle over school reforms begins this week as 70 public meetings begin

A national battle over proposed radical changes to the school system kicks off this week with the first of more than 70 public meetings.

ChalkTalks Panellist Q&A: Karen Spencer

Education Central asks Wellington High School deputy principal Karen Spencer about her views on the Tomorrow's Schools review in the run-up to the Chalk Talks panel discussion on the review.

School divide may force compromise on radical shakeup

Radical plans to end New Zealand's system of self-governing schools are opposed by almost half of all school boards, judging by an initial sampling.

Epic battle starts over Tomorrow’s Schools reforms

In the Weekend Herald's survey, schools are split on whether the funding changes proposed in the taskforce report will benefit their pupils.


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