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Do Public Schools Get Enough Government Funding?

6 March 2005

Do Public Schools Get Enough Government Funding?

QPEC is organising a public meeting to discuss school funding.

There is a passionate consensus across education on the need for substantial increases in school operations grant funding in the 2005 budget. The budget is to be announced in May but to influence the big decisions we need to act now.

Everyone Welcome!

Public Meeting
Tuesday 15th March 7.30 to 9.30pm
Music Auditorium
Auckland College of Education (now part of Auckland University)
Epsom Ave, Auckland
Chair Sir Paul Reeves


Confirmed speakers at the meeting include:
Chris Haines – President of NZ School Trustees Association
Diane O’Sullivan – Federation of Parent Teacher Assns
Stuart Middleton – former Principal Aorere College and currently with MIT
Michelle Bacon – Principal Rutherford Primary School
Brian Lang – Principal Wesley Primary School
Bali Haque – Principal Pakuranga College

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