New Zealand Educational Institute says further teachers’ strikes could be avoided if the Government’s $5.5b surplus was used to settle pay disputes.
To date, cyberbullying has been primarily understood in terms of social cost and personal harm. This report provides a fresh perspective on the size of the problem, and the way it impacts society.
Student attendance was “persistently low” with about a third of school absences “unjustified”, the Ministry of Education commissioned report said.
Being young, male, Māori and living in rural Northland could be a prescription for mental illness, according to recent statistics and commentary.
Childcare expert and ChildForum chief executive Dr Sarah Alexander said she would like to see people feel safer in coming forward to make complaints about childcare.
One construction industry expert said major problems associated with new school builds is on the decline and reflects a shift by Government away from wanting campuses built for the cheapest price.
NZUSA: The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations (NZUSA) and New Zealand Tongan Tertiary Students’ Association (NZTTSA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding expressing their joint commitment to uplifting the Pasifika student voice.
While lecturing the UN about racism, our PM failed to acknowledge that – in terms of statistical outcomes – we may well have the most racist education system in the developed world. And, collectively, we don’t care much more than a big rat’s backside about it. We barely lift a finger in protest and/or to seek change.