13 Oct 2017

Parents want more life skills taught at school

From Nine To Noon, 9:25 am on 13 October 2017

New Zealand parents want their children to be taught life skills as part of their education, however cultural influences, location and income all play a role in parental expectations of their child's academic success, according to a new study from the education funder, ASG and Monash University. Kathryn Ryan talks to Melanie Webber, who teaches at Auckland's Western Springs College, & is the Vice President of the PPTA & ASG's CEO John Velegrinis.

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