Almost a third of Māori and Pasifika primary school leaders have experienced racial discrimination at work, a survey has found.
Secondary school students with NCEA Level 2, even those with a few Level 3 credits, are among the large number of people struggling with functional literacy.
Manawatū Principals’ Association president Wayne Jenkins doesn’t think the Ministry of Education’s pay offer is enough.
A Southland principal says the late-night internet gaming habits of students is affecting their schooling.
Hastings’ St John’s College students doing ‘What Ever It Takes’ to tackle tough issue, including hosting Government’s Inquiry into Mental Health and Addictions
Over the past several months, nine students have spent time at What Ever It Takes (WIT) – the region’s largest peer provider of community based mental health and addiction service. See also: Teenager told school counsellor she was suicidal before attempt, mother says
All is not well in the classrooms of New Zealand’s largest private education provider.
Workbridge new business specialist Nick Ruane says employees and recruiters should have open discussions about how the organisation can make the most of an individual’s potential.
A Mid North teenager has won the senior Māori section of Northland’s top te reo speech contest despite being a first-time entrant who says public speaking isn’t her cup of tea.
NZ Fashion Tech students were given a fashion paint colour from Resene, and within four weeks 35 intricately detailed looks were woven, smocked, crushed, quilted, embroidered, draped, pleated and bunched into works of silk.
Teachers from an Oamaru kindergarten have returned home after an educational trip to Tonga.
A survey of primary school leaders has found that a significant sample of Māori and Pasifika participants have experienced discrimination at work on the basis of their ethnicity. See also: Ending racism within a generation
Beehive: Te Kupenga 2018 is an absolute priority for our people so that our Coalition Government can be informed of what is happening in the Māori world, says the Minister for Māori Development Nanaia Mahuta.
The New Zealand Sign Language Teachers Association (NZSLTA) welcomes funding from the New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) Board to enable it to become a stronger organisation for NZSL tutors throughout New Zealand.
Marama Stewart, Principal Waiouru School: Former Auckland Grammar headmaster John Morris recently warned that ‘genuine education’ is in danger of being replaced by reforms amounting to ‘social engineering’.