Winston vs. the media (again): The trust dust-up
Winston Peters is back at it again, taking shots at the media by accusing them of accepting...
Maryanne Spurdle holds a Master of Public Policy from the University of Auckland, a BA in Communications from California State University at Fullerton, and is a World Journalism Institute Fellow. She held a variety of positions before joining Maxim Institute in 2023, writing, editing and designing material for mainstream media and non-profit organisations.
One of Maryanne’s early roles was at a charity that supports vulnerable and homeless adults in the north of England. That experience informed and fuelled her desire to discover and communicate the best ways that families, communities, and governments can encourage human flourishing in a complex world.
New Zealand's open curriculum has led to declining student achievement and a growing disparity.
Investing in teacher training is imperative for securing the future of our children and our nation..
Maryanne Spurdle looks at our idea that the government can solve all our problems.
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