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A-G worried vocational education reforms are not further ahead

Office warns it’s difficult to gauge what progress has been made since new national body took control of country’s polytechnics.

New body responsible for vocational training is moving too slowly.

Brent Edwards Tue, 28 Mar 2023

The Auditor-General’s Office has again raised concerns about the slow progress of the troubled vocational education reform under the new national body Te Pūkenga.

Te Pūkenga had been created to take control of the country’s polytechnics and institutes of technology. But it has been beset by

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