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Boost for Bay youth development initiatives

The Government has announced new partnerships to support two youth development programmes in the Bay of Plenty.

We don’t need to reinvent the wheel… or do we?

Teacher Danielle Myburgh asks: Are we frequently accepting outdated, old fashioned, ineffective, unproductive wooden spoke wheels in education?

Schools and principals stronger together – NZSPC

Introducing new NZSPC (New Zealand Secondary Principals’ Council) chair, Darfield High School principal James Morris.

Education Leaders Forum kicks off today

Around 100 education leaders will meet at the annual Education Leaders Forum in Rotorua this week to better understand how to help positively shape the futures of children and young adults.

Hekia Parata bows out: ‘I’m on my way’

New Zealand has tapped into only part of the potential of its education system, Hekia Parata has told Parliament in her valedictory speech.

Passion for leadership and education honoured

Business strategist and leadership builder was recognised at a formal ceremony at Rotorua Boys' High School last week for his commitment to education and community in Rotorua.

Nga Pumanawa e Waru to farewell ‘leadership guru’

Nga Pumanawa e Waru Education Trust is preparing to celebrate one man's commitment to education in the Rotorua community.

Education, environment and equality hot topics for young Kiwis

The environment, education and equality are what concern young Kiwis the most, according to a new survey designed to inform the programme for this year’s Festival for the Future.New Zealand’s biggest festival for young...

The beginning principal

Jade Tawhiti, a new principal at Waitakaruru School, talks to Education Review about what he has learned about school leadership and the journey to principalship.

Three major questions for three major thought leaders

Education Review asks three leading international educationalists – Sugata Mitra, Sir John Jones and Frances Valintine – to respond to three big questions.
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