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SecondaryEd news 25 Jul 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. Survey: A small job doesn't hurt kids
2. Labour promising to restore Bay night classes
3. Youth urged to keep Maori traditions alive
4. Pay Period performance steady (spin)
5. Youth Programmes—Reports
6. Free te reo Maori lessons popular
7. Science teacher wins top award
8. ACT trying to have it both ways on zoning
9. Religious teaching review ruled out
10. Far North lags in national standards
11. Standards reflect poverty - principals
12. Our kids among the smartest
13. Principals unimpressed by statistics
14. What are National Standards really being used for?
15. Fairy-tale fallout
16. Creating a pathway to creative success (advertorial)
17. School Leadership Project Launch (Maxim version of IES)
18. School librarian cutbacks widen digital divide (US)

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