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Have your say on the Education Amendment Bill

26 February 2018

Have your say on the Education Amendment Bill


You have until Friday 13 April 2018 to have your say on the Education Amendment Bill. The Education and Workforce Committee is now inviting submissions on this bill.

The bill would amend the Education Act 1989, and the related Education (Update) Amendment Act 2017 to:
• Remove National Standards
• Remove the Partnership School Kura Hourua model
• Establish new state schools with alternatively constituted boards
• Provide for councils of tertiary education institutions to have staff and student members
• Make it an offence to make a false representation in order to receive free tertiary education
• Make changes to strategic planning and reporting requirements for state and state integrated schools.

Tell the Education and Workforce Committee what you think
Send your submission on the bill by midnight on Friday 13 April 2018.

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