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95bFM: Manning & Jon On Exclusion Policies & Unemployment

95bFM Audio: Selwyn Manning & Jon Armistead On Exclusion Policies & Youth Unemployment

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On today's counter-clockwise, Selwyn paid his respects to the late Sir Paul Reeves before shining the scoop.co.nz spotlight on National’s Tertiary Education policy, which has lead to a dearth in people enrolling in adult education.

When analysing this issue, there is evidence to show National's raft of exclusion-styled education policies have pushed people into unemployment - especially for people aged between 15 and 24 years of age.

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