Press clipping from the future…
“The new National-led coalition government today announced plans for a super-school in Auckland. Fresh off her resounding election win and the forming of a stable minority government with the United Dunne Party and Winston First, incoming Prime Minister Hekia Parata has announced another raft of changes for the education sector.
“I am very excited about these changes,” said Parata at a press conference this afternoon, “because they will improve education for New Zealand learners.”
Associate Education Minister Winston Peters, at her side for the two-hour press lecture, was in total agreement.
“These are changes to education,” said Mr Peters.
Following the success of the school mergers and closures plan for earthquake hit Christchurch during the last parliament, Parata has released plans for a new set of mergers and closures citing the fact that a mere 78,000 people were not in support of her plans.”
Read more here: Super-School Plans Announced.