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Marlborough principals would be happy to hand over ‘property management’ of their new $100 million shared campus to central government, but want to maintain school boards that can deliver education tailored to the needs of young Marlburians.
An Auckland teacher has been deregistered after hitting a Down Syndrome boy with a toy lizard.
Organiser John Dow said the conference came at a time when big issues around training and technological disruption were at the forefront of discussions in government and business.
Birkenhead College requires parent-controlled ‘spyware’ as condition for students to access school Wi-Fi
An Auckland school has told parents they must put “spyware” on their children’s phones for the children to get access to the school’s Wi-Fi network.
King’s College students have been told they’re no longer allowed to use $100 notes at the school’s tuck shop.
Forty-four New Zealand schools are in financial difficulty and more work needs to be done to ensure that number does not increase, Education Minister Chris Hipkins.
Shelly Park sent out a newsletter to parents saying a child had been runover and killed outside the school.
Thousands of New Zealand school students plan to go “on strike” on March 15 to support a worldwide day of action over global warming.
NZCER project lead Ben Gardiner says, “It has been fantastic to see TEC respond to the need to support digital solutions for TEOs. We are delighted to have worked with ServiceIQ, Fronde, Tribal, and English Language Partners to see this project through to a successful release.
Beehive: Funding for one-day schools is part of a new $1.27 million package of support for gifted education that starts this term, Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin announced today.
Planning has started for a major redevelopment of Wellington Girls’ College as Education Minister Chris Hipkins today unveiled ambitious expansion plans.
As teachers, we know about the looming crisis in our profession. We know that a lot of the public remains unaware of what this means, and that a significant pay jolt now will save so much time, money, and disruption in the years to come.
I’ve been a secondary school teacher for seven years. I work in a high-decile boys’ state school teaching science to students with a range of abilities from a range of backgrounds.