Monday 30 April

A new tomorrow for schools rich and poor

Giving school children the same chances in poor and wealthy areas is a key goal for those appointed to a government review into Tomorrow’s Schools…

Northland Charter School ranks in the top two schools

Northland Charter School with a 100% Maori roll ranks in the top two Northland Schools for University Entrance results…

‘The system was stealing my soul’ -why I left teaching to sell real estate

OPINION: After nearly 30 years as a teacher and leader I have made the huge decision to leave a profession for which I have always felt great pride and passion.

A different class: It’s learning, but not as we know it

A Blenheim secondary school trials modern learning environments as staff and students plan a rebuild…

Kiwi family hit the road as part of growing ‘world schooling’ movement

Josh and Sarah Drummond along with their daughter Lena are leaving Timaru to travel the world…

Principals pull out all the ‘leaking’ stops to convince Education Minister to co-locate

Education Minister Chris Hipkins tours Marlborough Girls’ College and talks to staff about his review of the co-located colleges project…

Auckland schools ‘could do better’ for Esol students, says Education Review Office

Two out of five of Auckland schools and three out of five early childhood centres have been marked “could do better” for their non-English-speaking children…

 

 

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