Liz Robinson

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SecondaryEd news 28 August 2017

Vintage TV

Education one of the main focuses at National's campaign launch today Maori Television Three out of every four Māori students now achieve NCEA Level 2.

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Sexuality and consent education needed in all New Zealand secondary schools

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PPTA vice-president Melanie Webber says, “It makes complete sense that what young people experience at secondary school affects their experiences in the tertiary sector.

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SecondaryEd news 23 August 2017

Vintage radio 2

Education: can we trust the teachers? New Zealand Herald Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party is somewhere in the middle, broadly keeping the current system but delaying national standards until…

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SecondaryEd news 22 August 2017

Vintage TV

University entrance literacy requirements may be tightened Stuff. co.

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SecondaryEd news 21 August 2017

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Teachers miss out on $17,500 incentive to teach in low-decile and isolated schools New Zealand Herald Kaye said retrospective payments to eligible teachers who missed out were "not…

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SecondaryEd news 18 August 2017

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'How do you think it's going to affect their world view?' Radio New Zealand Within that, $11m was earmarked for a pilot programme for schools signed up to…

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Northland news in brief Northern Advocate The Upper Northland PPTA has organised a meet the candidates event at Kaikohe Memorial Hall from 6. 30pm on August 24.

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James Cook woes a symptom of a flawed system

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“All schools have been under huge pressure to raise NCEA achievement rates over the last nine years.

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SecondaryEd news 16 August 2017

Vintage radio 2

After a year of data-driven social reform, National heads to boot camp The Spinoff Boot camps, parental fines… how on earth do these policies fit the social policy…

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