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New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA) update on secondary education and union issues in the news, with the main focus on New Zealand.

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SecondaryEd news 24 Apr 2015

Media items selected by the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association (PPTA) as an update on secondary education and union issues in the news, with the main focus on New Zealand.

All links open to the actual article on the news website.

1. New $53 million Rolleston School unveiled
2. NZ schools to welcome more Penguins (Chilean students)
3, School's doors were never closing
4. Bay schools combine for excellence
5. Sideswipe: April 24: Alter your altitude (humor)
6. Establishing a new generation of teachers
7. Studies consistently find no academic gains from private schooling, but don’t explain why (Australia)
8. Headteachers unhappy with all parties’ education policies (UK)
9. 'Mondayisation' Bill impacts Anzac Day (Employment)

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SecondaryEd news 22 Apr 2015

Media items selected by the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association (PPTA) as an update on secondary education and union issues in the news, with the main focus on New Zealand.

All links open to the actual article on the news website.

1. Thousands of Auckland students affected by education reforms
2. Next wave of Communities of Schools
3. Auckland's worst school in 2014 is now its academic leader - but how?
4. Joyce sells NZ education to South Americans
5. Petition to commemorate NZ Land Wars reaches 10k signatures
6. Deprivation And Poverty Leave Visible Marks On The Brain (US)

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