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NZPEP Debate On Private Tertiary Education

NZPEP Debate On Private Tertiary Education

The New Zealand Association of Private Education Providers is organising a debate for Party education spokespeople.

The debate is planed for Wednesday 29 June 2005 at AIS St Helens, 28A Linwood Avenue, Western Springs, Auckland, from 1 to 3 pm.

The adjudicator will be Mai Chen, Foundation Partner of Chen Palmer & Partners, Wellington.

The topic for the debate is:

"That quality education provision is no respecter of sectors - and neither should government policy be."

Attendance at the debate is likely to consist of private education providers' staff and management and students.


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