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How can we sleep while education is burning?

From the Ivory Tower: Increased benefits and new immigration policies address symptoms rather than cause of economy’s weaknesses.

National Party leader Judith Collins has released a ‘Tech 2030’ plan she believes will help make our tech sector, “bigger than our dairy sector in 10 to 15 years”.

It’s hard to imagine a more unrealistic goal. Why? First, the OECD notes that our school children’s “long-term change

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Robert MacCulloch Tue, 29 Jun 2021
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