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Best New Zealand educational resources announced

A variety of digital and print resources spanning environmental issues, leadership, social justice and physical education were recognised at the 2018 Copyright Licensing Education Awards last week.

Book on how to be an academic in NZ wins best tertiary teacher resource...

A new book on how to launch an academic career in New Zealand, by Associate Professor Carol Mutch, won best teacher resource in tertiary category at the CLNZ Education Awards last week.

Students are “flying” with Te Reo Māori version of maths resource

A new Te Reo Māori version of a popular maths resource has enabled students at a kura in Hamilton to complete activities that they previously couldn’t.

Wellbeing – books to help youth feel better

Want to help a student read their way to wellness? A list of suitable self-help books for young Kiwis has just been released by Books on Prescription.

NZ Book Council partners with Harry Potter publisher to improve literacy rates

A new initiative between New Zealand Book Council and Bloomsbury is designed to improve child literacy rates.

Students’ ignorance about money sparks new financial literacy program

Kiwi kids' poor understanding of money sparked the creation of a new online financial literacy program.

Meet Will, your digital teacher

An energy company and an AI company have partnered together to produce a digital teacher to help educate New Zealand students about renewable energy.

Health education experts: ACC sex consent classes are an $18m waste of money

Health education experts are calling the decision to extend the $18m Mates and Dates programme "an outrageous waste of public money" calling for that money to support teachers and schools to deliver long-term sustainable and quality programmes.

Helping young Kiwis get financially savvy

Thousands of pre-schoolers and high school students will learn about financial literacy as part of BNZ's Closed For Good volunteer day this year.

Sports-based school programme a “huge success”

All of the Gisborne primary schools that participated in the two-year sports-based pilot programme wish to continue with the programme after seeing the positive impact on their students.
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