Nepotism & NZQA







Upon reflection many of the teachers in my school were relatives - & out of nowhere they were arriving at the public school I attended with similar affiliations attaining positions of influence i.e instructors are close relatives, students are close relatives or they are friends of relatives, this is far beyond the scope of what can be coincidence.


On the face of it, I saw a lower quality of education in the poor school, which received more funding.


The L1, L2 and L3 were somewhat limited due to their poor foundation and prejudicing.


The high socioeconomic school still offered the latest books, classrooms, higher number of classes and use of technology with discretion- the poor school made available 4 classes which was science oriented .

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