I assume you mean State - although the idea of a Stage Government is
I am a member of the Victorian Institute of Teachers, an organisation
introduced by the State Government as a compulsory professional
registration body to improve teacher standards and practice but in
effect a burden designed to marginalise the teacher's union and
performing no visible task apart from costing $60 per year, mailing
out a crap magazine, making new teachers jump through ludicrous hoops
and deregistering a few miscreants who would have been ejected anyway.
It is massively unpopular and the two people elected to its board in
the last election both stood on the platform of dismantling totally
as soon as possible.
Dya think the State Government will get the message?
Even if they do, it won't matter a damn.
On 28/08/2007, at 4:10 PM, Marc Lawrence wrote:
> I recall seeing an "Abolish Stage Government Party" (something like
> that) on the ballot for our State Government elections. Now *that* is
> bringing the system down from the inside.
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