Tuesday 23 January

Rotorua teaching shortage brings educators back from retirement

A Rotorua high school has been forced to pull two people out of retirement to fill a maths and a science position, as the city’s teaching shortage reaches “crisis point”…

Te reo lovers say Māori language is alive and well

Despite the claims te reo is in a precarious position, teachers say Māori language classes are surging in popularity, and Kiwis have been sharing their inspiring te reo stories on social media…

NCEA: the stress is “immoral”

A review of NCEA is set to take place this year: a move some school principals are welcoming as a means of ensuring high school students experience deeper learning, a reduced focus on assessment and lower stress levels…

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