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Academics warn against NCEA changes

Changes to the NCEA qualification risk undermining the quality of education in secondary schools, a group of education experts from Victoria University has warned.

Schools unable to remain open on day of teachers’ strike warn parents to make other plans

NZEI president Lynda Stuart says primary school teachers need more one-on-one time with children – and parents understand that.

Principals’ Federation wants Government to ‘front up’ with better collective agreement offer

Low pay and high workloads are deterring many teachers from becoming principals, the New Zealand Principals’ Federation says.

Pasifika students excel at ‘aunty’ and ‘uncle’ school in NZ

It’s well known that religion is strongly embedded in Pacific culture and here at Pacific Advance Secondary School – simply known as PASS – faith is evident in school life.

First ‘Future of Work’ forum touches on education

The government’s first tripartite ‘Future of Work’ forum, bringing together policymakers, business leaders and unionists, discussed upcoming education needs and ways to overcome the country’s lacklustre productivity.

The poor and low skilled are being left behind in the digital world

As the world moves online, those who can’t afford internet access are being increasingly disadvantaged, experts say.



Thank you: An open letter to the teachers of Aotearoa

Thank you for everything that you have done and continue to do for our children who are, ultimately, the future of our country.

Mike Hosking: Stop messing with NCEA – our kids need to be tested

It looks like the government can review education and NCEA all it wants: the votes are in and increasing numbers of schools are dumping level one.



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