Today Christopher Pyne appointed two of his chosen men to review our national curriculum, Kevin Donnelly and Ken Wiltshire. I expect it will be a shambles. We certainly don’t need to wait until May to know what this review-by-two will come up with. Kevin Donnelly is well known in education circles. He has attacked just … More Pyne’s Review of National Curriculum will be a shambles
For those interested here is a video (thanks Alex Parker) of the speeches given at my retirement function. Speeches by Bill Shorten, Lila Mularczyk, Greg Whitby, Angelo Gavrielatos, John Hartigan, Shirley Alexander and me. PS I started writing for a living in 1988 not 1998 ( as I say a few times).
It is difficult to believe anything Christopher Pyne and Tony Abbott say about education. Almost every day they contradict themselves and each other. Today just minutes before they were to face a barrage from Bill Shorten in Question Time they did their latest back flip. Now we are supposed to believe they will implement Labor’s … More Another backflip from Abbott and Pyne
I know I have been retired for only a few days but I can’t help myself. For the past week I have been wondering why Christopher Pyne and Tony Abbott have been getting away with such blatant lies and self contradictions over school funding. Christopher Pyne can’t seem to remember what he has promised and … More Contradictions and confusion: Coalition funding for schools