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Zero-fees, no student allowance policy for tertiary education

UnitedFuture leader Hon Peter Dunne said the party would seek to remove tuition fees for tertiary education in New Zealand, accompanied by a push to increase the quality of tertiary education and protect the value...

Opinion: Catherine Delahunty – our schools need to be for everyone

The Green Party's education spokesperson Catherine Delahunty is a strong advocate for inclusive education.

Modern classrooms in all schools by 2030: Labour’s election pledge

Labour has pledged to upgrade old school buildings to ensure every school has "modern" classrooms by 2030 - a policy included in an election manifesto that drops last campaign's promise to reduce class sizes.

Labour targets school ‘voluntary’ donations

Labour hopes to shrink the practice of schools asking for so-called "voluntary donations" from parents by giving schools that drop the practice an extra $150 per pupil at an estimated cost of $70 million.

Election year special: what do we want New Zealand education to look like?

With a General Election looming, Education Review asked political and sector leaders for their respective thoughts on the direction that New Zealand education should be taking.
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