Not a migrant, but serves as a warning to others.

New rules rub out teacher's CV
4:00AM Monday Jun 22, 2009
By Jacqueline Smith

Anna Farrell is not qualified to teach in preschools, despite holding a bachelor of education degree in primary teaching and having worked in early childhood centres for 16 years.

In that time, she has gained a Playcentre certificate and a diploma in music for early childhood education, and done courses to keep her up to date with changes in the sector.

She has also raised a child.

However, because her bachelor's degree is not specifically in early childhood education, and she does not have a diploma in it either, she is not classified as "qualified" under the Ministry of Education's funding regime.

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