Legislation which would abolish charter schools has been drawn from the ballot at Parliament.
The member's bill is in the name of the Labour MP Chris Hipkins.
Mr Hipkins says charter schools are a threat to the country's education system because they allow unregistered and unqualified people to teach children.
The charter school system was set up under an agreement between National and ACT.
ACT party leader David Seymour says he welcomes the debate but has a list of questions for Mr Hipkins, including whether he had ever visited a charter school.