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Friday, June 22, 2018

Boarding school aimed at Māori boys has outdoor education emphasis

Taupo is to get a charter school - a boarding school aimed at Maori boys in Years 11 to 13 with an emphasis on outdoor education.

Unions dismayed at new charter schools

Two new charter schools have been approved for Māori students in Rotorua and Taupo, to the dismay of teacher unions.The Rotorua school, Te Rangihakahaka Centre for Science and Technology, will combine a science and...

Northland College rebuild a whole new start for Kaikohe

A $14 million rebuild of Northland College is more than just a new building - it's a whole new start for the students and for Kaikohe.

Break The Silence: Scores of secondary schools want more help to deal with student...

Scores of secondary schools believe they aren't supported to handle the suicidal behaviour of students.

Latest Teacher-led Innovation Fund projects announced

A teaching project at an early childhood education (ECE) centre in Auckland is among 33 new and innovative teaching projects in schools and ECE centres that are now able to get underway thanks to funding from...

Careers NZ now part of Tertiary Education Commission

Careers New Zealand (CNZ) is now part of the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC), following the passing of the Education (Update) Amendment Act, which took effect on July 1.Associate Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and...

Digital fluency investment marks biggest change to curriculum in a decade

A new National Digital Championship aimed at exciting students to use digital technologies to come up with innovate ways to solve community, social or environmental challenges is among the initiatives included in a $40...

‘Crazy policy’ slammed after thousands stuck in ‘NCEA purgatory’ – passed exams but no...

More than 21,000 people who have passed NCEA exams in the past 10 years have never been awarded the credits because their parents never paid the exam fees.

Industry adopts water-only policy for primary schools

Drink manufacturers have agreed to a world-leading water-only policy for all New Zealand primary and intermediate schools.

Teachers could be trained at both primary and secondary levels

A proposal to train new teachers at both primary and secondary levels to help smooth the transition between schools has been announced.


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