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ACT supports Unitec's legal action

Posted on 20 Jan 2005

ACT New Zealand totally supports Auckland Unitec in its legal fight against the Labour Government to obtain university status, ACT Education spokesman De

Exemptions balloon under Labour

Posted on 18 Jan 2005

The Labour Government has given up on thousands of young New Zealanders, with new information showing that approvals for children to leave school early h

No Teachers: Crisis, what crisis?

Posted on 17 Jan 2005

The teacher shortage crisis is unacceptable and highlights the failure of Labour’s centralised policy for pay

Students rack up huge debts

Posted on 16 Jan 2005

The highest loan balance for a single student is $230,810, ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington revealed toda

Average student loan debt skyrockets

Posted on 10 Jan 2005
The average student loan debt has skyrocketed by 22 percent since Labour came to power, ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington revealed today.

NCEA dissatisfaction highlights need for choice

Posted on 21 Dec 2004
A drop in public confidence in the NCEA highlights the need for choice in New Zealand schools, ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

Education race-based funding alive & well

Posted on 17 Dec 2004
Despite Trevor Mallard's announcement yesterday that the Maori weighting for decile funding will be abolished, there is still a plethora of race-based funding in education, ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

Brain drain or brain gain?

Posted on 17 Dec 2004
Results of a survey conducted by the New Zealand Vice Chancellor's Committee show that, despite the student loans scheme, only around six percent of university students leave New Zealand immediately after they graduate, ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington said today.

ACT welcomes decision to dump race-based school funding

Posted on 16 Dec 2004
ACT Education spokesman Deborah Coddington today welcomed the Labour Government’s decision to scrap the race-based component in school funding.

ACT endorses education choice for Maori

Posted on 05 Dec 2004
ACT Leader Rodney Hide today supported the Maori Party’s call for more choice in education for Maori. 
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