QPEC

INTRODUCING QPEC

QPEC Forum 2020 – Day 2

Sat 4 July
The Political Panel
Zoom transmission, through the generous support of the NZEI Te Riu Roa
Education for All
10-11:00 am The Political Panel Webinar
Chair: Melanie Webber, PPTA, Western Springs College
● Jan Tinetti, Labour List MP
● Tracey Martin, Associate Minister of Education, New Zealand First
Audience is invited to send in brief one-sentence questions via the Chat function during the webinar
 Registration is now open:  click here to register    


INTRODUCING QPEC

QPEC is a coalition of parents and educators concerned to promote high quality within each sector of public education. It was launched in mid 1997 and is an incorporated society.

The Aims of QPEC are:

  • To promote education as a basic human right available to everyone through a quality public education system based on social justice and equity;
  • To provide a public forum to counter the trend towards marketisation of education;
  • To promote co-operation instead of competition between individual schools and between state and integrated schools;
  • To facilitate debate based on accurate information;
  • To initiate and disseminate research;
  • To inform parents and communities about sound educational practices;
  • To advocate systems and processes through which students, parents and teachers can be heard;
  • To support parents experiencing difficulties within the education system.

    Activities

    QPEC has:

  • organised many public meetings and education sector meetings in centres —organised conferences and public forums around NZ to highlight problem areas in education for parents;
  • lobbied for changes in key government education policies;
  • taken part in the public debate on educational issues.