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Chalktalks: Meet our new panellist, Dr Melinda Webber

Education Central is delighted to introduce Dr Melinda Webber as our newest panel member for our first ChalkTalks panel discussion, ‘Under the Microscope: The NCEA Review’.

Proposal for tighter school zoning throws student funding in doubt

High school teachers propose paying schools only for students living within their zones - a move that would axe funding for more than half of all current students at six Auckland secondary schools.

Are you interested in attracting more International Students?

Think about including your college profile in next year's Secondary School directory - Study in New Zealand magazine.

Ministry of Education extends helping hand to McAuley High School after operational concerns

The Ministry of Education is considering a statutory intervention for McAuley High School in South Auckland.

Moving learning from ‘teach to the test’ to real-world application

A desire to change the way students approach their learning saw the creation of QuickSense, a new learning tool that is set to make a difference for Kiwi secondary school students.

Like A Boss – new programme helps develop students’ 21C skills

A new programme helps students set up a business, helping them learn about the future of work, entrepreneurship, idea generation, and develop the necessary 21st century skills.

Digital one-stop-shop for careers education

A new partnership will help boost careers education for New Zealand secondary schools.

US study tour affirms good work being done in NZ schools, says principal

A five-week study tour of the United States confirmed to Otahuhu College principal Neil Watson that New Zealand schools are on the right track.

Secondary teachers seek pay increase in union-Govt negotiations

The PPTA is looking to negotiate a 15 per cent pay increase for teachers in its collective agreement negotiations with Government, which started today.

Avondale College student named best in world at PowerPoint

A 15-year-old Auckland student beat over 760,000 competitors to become Microsoft Office Specialist World Champion for PowerPoint
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