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Subtext - the Education Forum newsletter

02 May 2005

Dear Reader,

Welcome to the (slightly late) April edition of Subtext, the Education Forum's monthly newsletter.

Stories this month include:

University participation won't improve without more money for ECE, study argues; Sold-out conference to hear from world-leaders in research on educational and economic benefits of ECE; School choice takes centre stage in National's education policy; Performance pay on the radar in UK and US; Education and employment the focus for Maori economic well-being, says Business Roundtable head; UK election 2005: education policies; Policies will let parents choose; NCEA - what the experts say; Voucher scheme finding success for low-income, minority families in DC;

You can read Subtext online at: http://www.educationforum.org.nz/documents/e_newsletter/currentnewsletter.htm

You can download a PDF copy of Subtext from: http://www.educationforum.org.nz/documents/e_newsletter/pdfs/subtext_Apr05.pdf

Norman LaRocque Editor

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