Denis O'Rourke MP will be participating in the Canterbury Workers Educational Association Election Year Panel Discussion on the themes of 'Growth, Equality and Sustainability on Saturday 30 August 2014 from 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm at 59 Gloucester St,
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Tracey will be taking part in a political panel at the National Conference for Maori Principals (Te Akatea). A delegation of at least 150 leading Maori Principals and Educators from across the country will be in attendance.
Tracey will be participating in an political forum hosted by the local NZEI Heretaunga Branch.
New Zealand First congratulates the membership of the New Zealand Educational Institute for their courage in standing up against the Government’s “winners and losers” education changes.
New Zealand First is calling on Minister of Education Hekia Parata to keep her word and close the Whangaruru partnership school now for the sake of its students.
National’s Mr Fixit, Minister Responsible for Novopay Steven Joyce, has admitted defeat in deciding to cut ties with the parent company, says New Zealand First.
The Government has offered little inspiration for education in the budget, says New Zealand First.
Minister for Education Hekia Parata has yet again displayed the Government’s high-handed arrogance in ignoring the wishes of parents and staff of Phillipstown School in Christchurch, says New Zealand First.
Recent claims that Education Minister Hekia Parata is looking at ways to link school funding to National Standards has outraged parents in Pasifika communities, says New Zealand First Spokesperson for Pacific Island Affairs Le’aufa’amulia Asenati
New Zealand First is alarmed overseas companies are circling to snap up taxpayers’ dollars for a slice of the charter school pie.
A Northland school, misled and let down by the backers of charter schools, is now struggling with the outcome, says New Zealand First.
It’s time for heads to roll over the continuing fiasco of Novopay that has yet again left school staff underpaid or not paid, says New Zealand First spokesperson for Education Tracey Martin.