Pagani slags off principals

Heaven’s above, things must be bad for NZPF when even John Pagani can’t bring himself to support principals and education unions.

Principals say they say they can’t give us objective measurements of how our kids are doing in relation to his or her peers.

I don’t believe them. No one believes them. Principals themselves don’t believe it.

What’s really going on is they believe it’s not desirable. And parents think principals are wrong.

Parents know that by a certain age their kids should be able to do some things.

Tolley won this war a while ago – seems the left are just catching up.

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