NZ J Educ Stud (2018) 53:1–3 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40841-018-0108-5 EDITORIAL New Times for Education Policy in Aotearoa‑New Zealand 1 1 1 Leon Benade · Nesta Devine · Georgina Stewart Received: 13 February 2018 / Accepted: 4 March 2018 / Published online: 4 May 2018 © New Zealand Association for Research in Education 2018 It seems appropriate for the premier Education journal in Aotearoa-New Zealand to acknowledge the new Labour-led coalition government, and the likelihood that education policy may change significantly as a result. The new Minister, Chris Hip - kins, wasted little time in announcing the scrapping of National Standards, which may well be a sign of changes to come. Charter schools have been put on notice that they will become incorporated in the state system, and subject to state controls. It is not yet possible to be completely sure what form all these changes will take, since, although the Labour Party policy Manifesto published before the election is likely to be the blueprint, it is also likely that New Zealand First and the Green Party will want to have input here too. For present purposes, however, we will consider only the Labour Party Education Manifesto (New Zealand Labour Party 2018). This comprehensive document proposes policy
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