Towards 2030

Gould, Mike; Gunston, Robin
August 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 3, p2
The article gives an insight of the governance for schools in New Zealand in the year 2020. It deals with the key factors that govern the essential operation of an educational system, which are said to often overlooked on the agenda of some school boards. It offers information on key trends in demographics, beliefs and values. It provides a prediction of the characteristics of the pupils and schools in 2020.


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