Just as primary had a teacher organisation that headed rogue but was pulled back, secondary has one too, the PPTA executive, but not yet reined in. 586 more words
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A 2008 prediction of education under National – read and weep.
The PPTA executive – a bunch of unprincipled secondary opportunists and the fallout. 922 more words
In 1990, as most regular readers of this site know, I left the formal education system to play my part in fighting the education implications of Tomorrow’s School’s neoliberal, managerialist philosophy and, in particular, the organisational representation of that philosophy, the education review office. 2,048 more words
Of all the things I do, perhaps one of the ones I am most proud of is my role as a co-editor of Forum. The journal was founded over 50 years ago by Brian Simon, and to be able to help maintain the tradition that Brian established feels like both a pleasure and a privilege. 84 more words
Nigel Latta on school education: What was that?
The things Nigel Latta got right about New Zealand school education were also what is wrong about New Zealand school education. 1,952 more words