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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 20 Nov 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.

 

1. Schools take stock after decile changes
2. Editorial: Double-edged sword in school decile ratings
3. Coffee with priest leads teacher to guidance role
4. Teacher fears Witt diploma 'useless'
5. Don't stress over exams - talk it out
6. NCEA fees remain unpaid
7. Change ahead for tertiary education funding
8. Teacher 'sexted' boys
9. Male teacher wouldn't be charged either 
10. Better All the Time (US)
11. More than 1,000 students sit for outdoor exam monitored by teachers with binoculars (China)
12. Treasury off track in search for sound policies (Employment/Welfare system)

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