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Article Title

The governance of teacher competency standards in New Zealand

DOI

10.14221/ajte.1997v22n2.2

Abstract

Competency standards for teachers have re-emerged as an issue for education. Their purpose has been asserted as: assisting in the governance of education; legitimating the system; improving the standard of pupil achievement and the quality of learning; improving the quality of teaching; raising the standard of teacher education; and promoting teaching as a profession. The paper addresses the possible issues in the governance of competency standards in the policy regime.

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10.14221/ajte.1997v22n2.2