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Friday, February 23, 2018

Double the number of educational psychologists needed

As the Government announces an inquiry into mental health and addiction services, education groups are calling for double the number of educational psychologists employed in the public sector to improve the mental health of young people.

Back-to-school costs found to vary around New Zealand

As kids go back to school parents are grappling with the high costs of uniforms, stationery and other scholastic necessities.

Rotorua schools expecting roll increases in 2018 as population rises

A population boom in Rotorua is having a trickle-down effect on local school rolls with projected increases prompting a principal to urge parents to act quickly to enrol their children.

New CEO for N4L

Creator of 2degrees mobile Larrie Moore is the new chief executive for Network for Learning.

Teachers drowning in paperwork

A survey reveals the amount of paper work as one of the reasons teachers are exiting the profession.

Research debunks “so-called free education”

The cost of education in New Zealand continues to rise, according to exclusive research released today.

Stage Challenge and J Rock axed: economic conditions blamed

New Zealand's school Stage Challenge and J Rock events are no longer.

The wait is over: NCEA results now online

Secondary school pupils can now find out how they fared in last year's exams.

Papamoa schools bursting at the seams as population soars

Schools in Papamoa will soon be bursting at the seams as the area's population continues to soar.

Race to fix northern college after vandalism spree

Staff at Bay of Islands College in Kawakawa are racing to repair the damage from a devastating vandalism attack before a new crop of students arrives next month.

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