#HeyClint Is this the Green’s draft education policy?

I have been leaked a draft of part of the Green party Education policy.

The policy document looks like a work in progress, and a cut/paste job of a bunch of ideas…but the upshot of them is that the Green party appears to be going to spend millions in education and the main plank of the policy is to basically remove the role of parents in caring for children and instead making that the responsibility of a plethora of newly created positions and jobs.

There are some truly alarming ideas contained in the document which was authored by Green party spin-weasel and former Herald on Sunday and DominionPost journalist Leah Haines.

Many areas are vague, incomplete or missing data. It is as if they have decided to create a policy and are hoping the data will fit what they want to achieve. 

In the document embedded below I have marked up the spelling and grammatical errors.

What is most interesting is that they are completely neutralising parents in this policy.  It’s the state through schools, social workers, nurses that will educate the child and feed it and liaise with social services.

Before they release the full policy one would hope that the Green party might invest in some remedial english lessons for their staffer.

Once again though it shows just how shallow the Green party is with its work, no doubt they will have been developing the spin to feed the politicians along side this policy work.

I’ll let you all look thorough the document, I am sure I have missed some details. Feel free to add anything I have missed in the comments.

LEAKED – Green party Education Green Paper by Cam Slater


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