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Teacher organisations welcome freedom from National Standards

Primary principal and teacher organisations say teachers are looking forward to embracing the full curriculum in the absence of National Standards.

Monolingual no more: Kiwi kids take up diverse languages

Hindi is to be taught at Papatoetoe High School by teacher Aneeta Bidesi.

Bullied boy now ‘walking on air’

An autistic boy who was bullied repeatedly at a Pakuranga school is now "walking on air" after the Ministry of Education acted swiftly today to find him a new school.

What every primary teacher should know about vocabulary

In Dr Jannie van Hees’ new book 'What every primary teacher should know about vocabulary' she discusses the importance of building word knowledge.

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.

Local Focus: The school with no students

Five years ago, Tuturumuri School in Wairarapa had 22 students. Today, it has none.

Time to take a serious look at our literacy

The news that our children's reading abilities are slipping should be a wake-up call. For the first time in 15 years, not only have we been overtaken by similar countries, but our literacy levels have actually regressed.

No hat, no play? Not always, research shows

New research shows that many children may not be sun-safe during school lunch breaks.

Local Focus: How much tech should there be in schools?

According to a recent international study, New Zealand teens are some of the highest users of digital technology.

Govt planned changes to school starting age receiving praise

Labour's planned changes to the primary school starting age has the backing of the New Zealand Educational Institute.
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