[csaa-forum] Question the pollies at electionTracker.net's Education forum - TODAY!

Tom Dawkins tomdawkins at email.com
Fri Sep 24 02:22:48 CST 2004

Ever wanted to engage the political parties in hand-to-hand combat, asking
the tricky questions you thought were the sole domain of Kerry O'Brien and
Laurie Oakes (or James and Andy G on Idol)? Want to know how the parties'
education policies will affect you, your friends, or your little sister?

Now's your chance. electionTracker.net is presenting an online discussion
panel, featuring NSW Greens Candidate for the Senate, John Kaye, as well as
senior aids from the Liberal and Labor parties.

 Until 5pm today, Friday September 24 rd,  you have an opportunity to post
comments, questions, ideas and arguments to the special electionTracker.net
forum  on education policy this election campaign . The focus of this
discussion will be the parties' policies on Higher Education and Schools,
but we invite to broach any topic that takes your fancy.

The panel will work like any discussion forum, with the political
representatives posting their ideas along with you and all the other users.
So, feel free to directly ask them questions or engage in a conversation
that doesn't involve them at all - it's up to you!

So, grab your soap-boxes and clipboards, put on your thinking caps, and head
to http://electiontracker.net/et/component/option,com_simpleboard/Itemid,57/

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