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A fair and just solution? : a history of the integration of private schools in New Zealand / Rory Sweetman
Bib ID 277543
Format BookBook
Author
Sweetman, Rory
 
Description Palmerston North [N.Z.] : Dunmore Press in association with the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and the Association of Proprietors of Integrated Schools, 2002 
323 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0864694148 (paperback)
Summary

By allowing private schools to enter the state system and ending a century of secularism in New Zealand education, the Private Schools Conditional Integration Act 1975 reshaped New Zealand's educational landscape. This book tels how a group of educationalists and politicians researched for and found a solution to a problem.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 303-313) and index.

Subjects Education and state -- New Zealand.  |  Politics and education -- New Zealand.  |  Catholic schools -- New Zealand.  |  Private schools -- New Zealand.
Other authors/contributors New Zealand. Ministry for Culture and Heritage  |  Association of Proprietors of Integrated Schools

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