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SecondaryEd news 24 Oct 2014

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. Headmaster, trustees shaking up Grammar leadership
2. Questions and Answers – October 23 - Schools, Partnership
3. Right time' to bow out - principal
4. 'Four simple rights' win top award
5. Judith Collins on two parliamentary select committees
6. Christ's College restoration honoured
7. Teacher's holiday is one for the birds
8. True merit
9. Parenting - dealing with exam stress (19')
10. Warning to workers as Govt pushes through Bill (Employment)
11. Lecker: Reassess the charter movement (US)

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SecondaryEd news 23 Oct 2014

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. 1000th school connects to fast internet
2. Bay principal scoops top award
3.Principal 'privileged' to work with teens
4. Big ticks for first charter schools
5. Follow Brits, say techies
6. New tool allows schools to compare benefits of $359m plan
7. Student Achievement—Investing in Educational Success Programme
8. Comprehensive plan needed to end child poverty
9. Principals take Key's side on poor kids
10. Things Are Improving For LGBT Students, But They're Still Really Bad (US)
11. Lecker: Reassess the charter movement (US)

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