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John Key on breakfast news: Class size was not a consideration for his kids. [See the next pin. Max Key attended King's, which advertises class sizes of 15 in their prospectus for staff.]

John Key on breakfast news: Class size was not a consideration for his kids. [See the next pin. Max Key attended King's, which advertises class sizes of 15 in their prospectus for staff.]

Blistering piece on John Hattie's targeting of early childhood education

Hattie makes his move in on early childhood: Key set to act in tandem

Blistering piece on John Hattie's targeting of early childhood education

John Key (Conservative Prime Minister of New Zealand) announces funding for a "strike force" of "change principals" and lead teachers

John Key (Conservative Prime Minister of New Zealand) announces funding for a "strike force" of "change principals" and lead teachers

John Oliver on John Key: 'He's more cat than PM' - Entertainment - NZ Herald News

John Oliver on John Key: 'He's more cat than PM' - Entertainment - NZ Herald News

Prime Minister John Key welcomes the publication of National Standards data... even after acknowledging the data is 'ropey'

Prime Minister John Key welcomes the publication of National Standards data... even after acknowledging the data is 'ropey'

Or try Waikanae School where 66% of respondents to their survey said that when it came to action against National Standards, low level action was supported by 78%, and high level action with high level consequences was supported by 13%.

Or try Waikanae School where 66% of respondents to their survey said that when it came to action against National Standards, low level action was supported by 78%, and high level action with high level consequences was supported by 13%.

Prime Minister John Key visited more than three times as many high decile schools this year, than low. Photo / Mark Mitchell

Prime Minister John Key visited more than three times as many high decile schools this year, than low. Photo / Mark Mitchell

It's alarming - if not insulting - for Prime Minister John Key to suggest cold-calling three low-decile schools on a single day can provide an insight into whether children are going - Bay of Plenty Times

It's alarming - if not insulting - for Prime Minister John Key to suggest cold-calling three low-decile schools on a single day can provide an insight into whether children are going - Bay of Plenty Times

Prime Minister John Key has dismissed concerns about the amount of money schools are spending on hungry kids, saying the government is working hard to provide support. - New Zealand Herald

Prime Minister John Key has dismissed concerns about the amount of money schools are spending on hungry kids, saying the government is working hard to provide support. - New Zealand Herald

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