NZPPTANew Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association
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57) There were even those amongst the antagonistic NZPPTA who endorsed such views.
69) They were also considered by the NZPPTA executive to constitute an unwelcome time cost to associate teachers in the schools, to such an extent that, as members of the Association, such teachers were urged not 'to accept instructions concerning Division D students' without reporting such instances to their executive committee.
28) Cited NZPPTA, Lost Opportunities: secondary school staffing, Wellington, G.
31) NZPPTA, 'Open letter to the executive' , 1961, p.