Ombudsman concerned partnership school transparency
Chief Ombudsman concerned about proposal to reduce
transparency and accountability in partnership
The Chief Ombudsman’s submission to the
Science and Education Select Committee on proposal in the
Education Amendment Bill that "The Ombudsmen Act 1975 and
Official Information Act 1982 do not apply to a sponsor of a
partnership school kura hourua" is now available on our
website. You can read it here
Scoop copy of submission
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