This was planned to be the final report in the New Zealand Council for Educational Research’s series of national surveys monitoring the impact of the Tomorrow’s Schools reforms, which began in 1989. These reforms shifted substantial financial and administrative responsibilities from the former Department of Education and Education Boards to staff and trustees at individual schools. The aim of the series has been to describe the experiences of people in primary schools, to find out what difference the reforms have made to New Zealand schools.
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note that this NZCER Press publication is out of print