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Higgens, Jane and Dalziel, Paul (2002) Experience and Suitability of Job Applicants: Two policy issues from a survey of employers . Labour Market Bulletin 2000-02. Wellington: Department of Labour Himona, Ross Nepia (ed.) (2000) “Radical Doubt and Rangatiratanga: Questioning the unquestioned”. Te Putatara: A newsletter for the kumara vine . Wellington: Te Aute Publications. This is not a statement of government policy. The views expressed in this document are not necessarily those held by the Ministry of Education. Thoughts on what students need to learn at school: Summary for discussion purposes Page 14 of 20 Accessed from © Ministry of Education – copying restricted to use by New Zealand education sector
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Hipkins, Rosemary and Vaughan, Karen (2002) Learning Curves: Meeting student needs in an evolving qualifications regime: From Cabbages to Kings : A first report . Wellington: NZCER. International Labour Organisation (2002) Learning and Training for Work in the Knowledge Society . Report IV(I), International Labour Conference, 91st Session. Geneva: International Labour Office. Kearns, Peter (2001) Review of Research: Key Competencies for the New Economy. Adelaide: National Centre for Vocational Educational Research. Kelly, Frances (2001) ‘Defining and Selecting Key Competencies: A New Zealand Perspective’. Definition and Selection of Competencies (DeSeCo): Theoretical and Conceptual Foundations . Paris: OECD. King, David (2003) “Jobs: Fading in the Middle”. The Press . Christchurch. Lashlie, Celia (2004) The Good Man Project . Unpublished paper Lauder, Hugh (1990) ‘The New Right Revolution’ in New Zealand Education Policy Today . Lauder, Hugh; Middleton, Sue; Boston, Jonathon; and Wylie, Cathy (1988) ‘The Third Wave: a critique of the NZ Treasury’s Report on Education’. New Zealand Journal of Education Studies , 23(1). Le Metais, Joanna (2003) New Zealand Stocktake: An International Critique . United Kingdom: National Foundation for Educational Research. Maani, Sholeh A. (2003) School Leaving, Labour Supply and Tertiary Educaiton Choices of Young Adults: An Economic Analysis Utilising the 1977- 1995 Christchurch Health and Development Surveys . Treasury Working Paper 00/3. Macdonald, Marilyn (2003) Cognitive, Academic and Personality Characteristics of Early School Leavers and Persisters . SSTA Research Centre Report #92-03. Downloaded from Marshall, James D (1990) ‘The New Vocationalism’ in Education Policy in New Zealand: the 1990s and beyond . Marshall, James; Peters, Michael; and Smith, Graham Hingangaroa (1991) “The Business Roundtable and the Privatisation of Education: Individualism and the attack on Māori” in Education Policy and the Changing Role of the State: proceedings of the New Zealand Association for Research in Education seminar on education policy . Massey University, July 1990 / edited by Liz Gordon and John Codd. Palmerston North : Delta, Dept of Education, Massey University. Delta Studies in Education, no. 1: 81-98 McKay, Kristin (2001) ‘Equipping Children for Future Shock’. Education Today , issue 2 2001, Term 2.
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