Tomorrows Schools 1989<br />By Tracey, Max and Jennifer. <br />
What is Tomorrows schools?<br />Marketing<br />Individual capital (Funding/raising own money)<br />Social Status/Class<br ...
What is wanted from the government?<br />“ The government’s objective, broadly expressed, is that every person whatever hi...
Pros vs Cons<br />Pros:<br />Schools have autonomy.<br />Public is open to free education.<br />Control over own school. (...
Historical Timeline <br />1967Neglected and Criminal Children act<br />Native Schools<br />1840<br />Treaty of Waitangi<br...
Extremes<br />New Zealand’s education swung like a pendulum from one extreme to the other. Eg. 1867 left side politics-198...
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  1. 1. Tomorrows Schools 1989<br />By Tracey, Max and Jennifer. <br />
  2. 2. What is Tomorrows schools?<br />Marketing<br />Individual capital (Funding/raising own money)<br />Social Status/Class<br />Affected by political status<br />
  3. 3. What is wanted from the government?<br />“ The government’s objective, broadly expressed, is that every person whatever his level of academic ability, whether he be rich or poor, whether he live in town or country, has a right, as a citizen to be a free education of the kind for which he is best fited and to the fullest extent of his powers”<br />- AJHR, 1939<br />
  4. 4. Pros vs Cons<br />Pros:<br />Schools have autonomy.<br />Public is open to free education.<br />Control over own school. (Private)<br />Incentives (Scholarships)<br />Cons:<br />Reproducing social class<br />Higher decile schools can afford better advertising and resources.<br />Decile is perceived as how well a school’s achievement is.<br />Isn’t equal opportunities.<br />
  5. 5. Historical Timeline <br />1967Neglected and Criminal Children act<br />Native Schools<br />1840<br />Treaty of Waitangi<br />1877<br />Education Act<br />1989<br />Tomorrow’s<br /> schools<br />1900<br />
  6. 6. Extremes<br />New Zealand’s education swung like a pendulum from one extreme to the other. Eg. 1867 left side politics-1989 right side politics. <br />Tomorrows schools were centralized. <br />

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