Transport agency failure

“The agency had taken an “education and trust” approach to its role as regulator, offering encouragement and support to those it certified, but rarely clamped down on those who failed to adhere to standards. “There was an emphasis on education rather than enforcement.” Source: Newsroom.

Does this sound familiar? a regime built without consequences…

Newman said the Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand (Educanz) had to act, but argued the decision effectively handed over the control of schools to difficult children. “Unless a child is a danger to themselves or others, you can’t do anything,” he said. The only option legally open to teachers was to tell children to stop their harmful behaviour, he said. Source: Stuff

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