11 Jun 2014

Primary and secondary sectors split over education plan

From Nine To Noon, 9:07 am on 11 June 2014

The government's $360 million flagship education policy involves paying some teachers and principals extra to improve education across groups of schools, but after several months of consultation on the details of the plan, the primary school staff union the Educational Institute, and the Principals' Federation now say they have no confidence in it. With Tom Parsons, president of the Secondary Principal's Association; and Phil Harding, president of the Primary Principal's Federation