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Audio: Nats Announce Plain English Ed. Reporting

Scoop Audio: Nats Announce Plain English Ed. Reporting


Compiled By Alastair Thompson

Click on the links below to hear the entire Press Gallery presentation by Bill English and Don Brash on National Party policy on child and school performance reporting. The presentation was made this afternoon at 12.30pm.


National Education Spokesman Bill English At Today's Press Conference
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STREAMING AUDIO:
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For more information see…

National wants Plain English reporting in schools

& reaction from Education Minister Trevor Mallard…

Where will Nats slash education funding?
National adopts B'ness Roundtable education plan

ENDS

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