PPTA News April 2017

Working with the people who matter most (President's viewpoint); Rangitahi Learning Centre; Taihape Area School; #Winning morning teas; Trevor Wilson presented with Guy Allan award; Morgan Godfery writes on tino rangatiratanga and charter schools; and more ...

The April edition of PPTA News: the magazine of New Zealand secondary teachers.

PPTA News April 2017 cover

Table of contents:

Working with the people who matter most - President's viewpoint p.3;

Morning teas a #Winning formula  p.4;

Professionals gather to advance public education (Issues and Organising seminar) p.5;

Staunch activist stands up for the most vulnerable (Trevor Wilson) p.6;

Students may miss out as staffing schools get harder p.8;

Trusting teaching and prioritising teachers' wellbeing (ISTP) p.9;

School, iwi and community join forces for students (Taihape Area School) p.10;

Something to stand up for (Alternative education Wainuiomata Rangatahi Learning Centre) p.12;

2017 Maori Teachers’ Conference p.14;

A commitment to social justice and workers rights (Obituary Gunther Warner) p.15;

“Lightbulb moment” with staff at morning tea (Howick College) p.16;

Charter schools and tino rangatiratanga? Please... (Morgan Godfrey) p. 17;

Contemplations from the classroom (Roger Gregory) p. 18;

Supporting our colleagues in precarious employment - Out in the Field p.19;

Updates - Communities of Learning survey; Education Council fee increase p. 20


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