It looks very much like ACT’s one MP, David Seymour, will become Associate Education Minister.
You might wonder why this is. You might think it’s a terrible move. 265 more words
The quote entitling this post is by Charles Handy, an Irish author and philosopher born in 1932. He specializes in organizational behavior and management, although that is all I know about him, and it is courtesy of Wikipedia. 726 more words
It causes me to feel cold when any organization or group seeks to target children in schools with indoctrination and propaganda. In my view the… 272 more words
Teaching, like virtually any profession in history, has struggled with the challenge of providing an effective service at an affordable cost. Primary education has to ensure students come out with the skills needed to be effective citizens, to qualify for basic jobs, and to enter into secondary education (if they so choose). 618 more words
Firstly, it is pointless to discuss the purpose or usefulness of school without considering it in the context of what is happening in society. I see a paradigm shift taking place: a fundamental change in the way in which we view life and ourselves. 929 more words
“Since students are compulsorily promoted till class VIII, facing examinations in Class IX and X becomes the biggest hurdle for them,” the apex students’ body said in a representation to the Parliamentary Secretary for School Education of the state government. 85 more words