Tweetchers Tweeting about National Standards

First up Labour candidate for East Coast Bays Viv Goldsmith. There really is no doubt that opposition to National Standards is Labour/Union led. Also worth noting the illiteracy from someone so implacably opposed to national standards.

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Then there is Kevin Bush, Principal of Te Hihi School near Auckland. He is also on the executive of the NZ Principals Federation (The Principals Union). Once again it is clear that the only solution for these principals and tweetcher is NO National Standards.

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Then there is Jane Danielson the Deputy Prinicpal of Willowbank School in Botany Downs, Auckland.

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