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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    New Zealand's education system is better equipped to cope with lockdown than some countries
     16 April 2020
    New Zealand's education system is better equipped to cope with lockdown than some countries
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    Reduced credit requirements for high-school qualifications are being suggested as a way of making up for the closure of schools
    16 Apr: Reduced credit requirements for high-school qualifications are being suggested as a way of making up for the closure of schools... more
    The decision on whether students go back to school post lockdown, will be based on public health advice
    12 Apr: The decision on whether students go back to school post lockdown, will be based on public health advice... more
    Thousands of Kiwi kids will be tuning in to get an education, when the school term resumes
    9 Apr: Thousands of Kiwi kids will be tuning in to get an education, when the school term resumes... more
    Plans to make sure children can keep learning when schools resume in a week - in homes
    8 Apr: Plans to make sure children can keep learning when schools resume in a week - in homes... more
    One in four New Zealand children is getting far less sleep than they need
    4 Apr: One in four New Zealand children is getting far less sleep than they need... more
    Calls for financial compensation to students left with no specialised university facilities
    3 Apr: Calls for financial compensation to students left with no specialised university facilities... more
    The tertiary sectors response to Covid-19 is resulting in complications for University students
    2 Apr: The tertiary sectors response to Covid-19 is resulting in complications for University students... more
    Lack of internet will no longer be a barrier for some students
    1 Apr: Lack of internet will no longer be a barrier for some students... more
    Fire crews in Wellington are working to put out a small fire at a primary school
    28 Mar: Fire crews in Wellington are working to put out a small fire at a primary school... more

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     02 Oct: A Porirua principal is slamming what he says was a poorly organised roll-out of devices and internet for students ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Oct: Police say they've received a significant number of calls and emails - since alleged historical abuse has come to light at Auckland's Dilworth School +++++++++++++++++++++++++
     08 Oct: A Marlborough teacher who admitted sexually abusing two schoolboys, will have to wait a little longer for her bid for freedom ++++++++++++++++++++++
     05 Oct: Some University of Auckland students are upset at having to sit exams in person +++++++++++++++++
     03 Oct: As India reaches a macabre new coronavirus COVID-19 milestone, the country gasps for breath ++++++++++++++++
     03 Oct: A cool weather change is good news for skiers hoping to squeeze in a few more days up the mountain ++++++++++++++++
     05 Oct: Another two men have appeared in the Auckland District Court this morning in relation to alleged historic abuse at Auckland's Dilworth School +++++++++++++++

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      14 Oct: Greens push for student votes with slew of tertiary policies (RadioNZ)
      14 Oct: Green party announce universial student allowance policy (RadioNZ)
      14 Oct: Education ministry allocates $14.9m to help students struggling during pandemic (NZ Herald)
      14 Oct: Ministry allocates $14.9m to help students struggling during pandemic (RadioNZ)
      13 Oct: The battle over what us children learn about american history (BBCWorld)
      12 Oct: Incoming foreign postgrad students will bring value to nz - education nz (RadioNZ)
      12 Oct: New zealand opens door for 250 graduate students - but they will have to pay (NZ Herald)
      7 Oct: Science staff on the chopping block in massey restructure (Stuff.co.nz)
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