Investing in Private Tertiary Education in New Zealand: Why Bother ? Presentation, New Zealand Association of Private Education Providers Annual Conference 2002. , Norman LaRocque September 2002. Outline. Evolution of PTE Policy: Why Bother? The Changing Education Landscape
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Investing in Private Tertiary Education in New Zealand: Why Bother?Presentation, New Zealand Association of Private Education Providers Annual Conference 2002
Norman LaRocqueSeptember 2002
“The government should stop funding PTEs in the upcoming budget and redirect the funds into universities, polytechnics, wananga and colleges of education.”
- Andrew Campbell, NZUSA
“The Association is gravely concerned at the general move to government policies that support private provision of tertiary education, including: increased government support for private training establishments [PTEs].”].”
- AUS Policy Statement
“Pasikale and Yaw (1998) point out the value of [PTEs] in offering a culturally welcoming environment for learners, many of whom had predominantly negative experiences in schools.”
- Cited in Literature Review on Pacific Education Issues: Final Report, Ministry of Education January 2002.
“Universities often have a very staid and formal image to young people, whereas PTEs have the scope to be more flexible and creative and capture the imagination of our kids.”
-- Dr Melani Anae
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