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Fears for Camberley School after resignation of principal and four teachers

Those in the Camberley School community are worried about the future of the decile one school, after the principal and four teachers resigned in December.

New dean ready for the challenges of the compulsory sector

Associate Professor Mark Barrow, incoming Dean of Education and Social Work at the University of Auckland, talks about his vision for New Zealand’s largest provider of education and social work qualifications.

Opinion: Jay Allnutt – Debating teacher education

Teach First NZ chief executive JAY ALLNUTT weighs in on the teacher education debate.

Opinion: Fiona Ell – “There is more to learning to teach than copying a...

University of Auckland's head of Initial Teacher Education FIONA ELL says we need a better understanding of how to best prepare new teachers - and the funding to match.

Teacher supply package a good start but more needed

Teachers have welcomed the Government's teacher supply package announced today but say more is needed to address the full extent of the teacher shortage problem.

End of an era for five Havelock North High School teachers

It is the end of an era for five Havelock North High School staff, as they retire after more than 40 years of service.

Poor teacher training blamed for NZ education decline

A damning review has found a widespread lack of confidence in the capabilities of newly trained teachers as New Zealand's educational performance declines.

Govt rejects secondary teacher pay rise proposal

The PPTA is disappointed at the Government's rejection of their proposal to increase secondary teachers' salaries by five per cent to help alleviate teacher shortage.

School survey finds high stress levels and staff struggles

The latest survey of schools by the New Zealand Council of Educational Research reflects some worrying trends for teachers and principals.

Speaking out on Education

When a Whanganui doctor – dressed in scrubs – protested about the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement in 2015, it opened a debate on whether professionals had the right to speak out on issues in areas in which they were experts. Kate Drury reports on speaking-out rights.
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