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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    Teachers in the Waikato are at a loss to explain why the region's schools are suspending so many more students than years gone by
     27 November 2020
    Teachers in the Waikato are at a loss to explain why the region's schools are suspending so many more students than years gone by
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    Exams have continued despite Wellington High School being put in lockdown
    26 Nov 2020: Exams have continued despite Wellington High School being put in lockdown... more
    A situation that forced Wellington High School into lockdown has just been resolved
    26 Nov 2020: A situation that forced Wellington High School into lockdown has just been resolved... more
    A late night fire at an Auckland secondary school boarding house is being treated as suspicious
    25 Nov 2020: A late night fire at an Auckland secondary school boarding house is being treated as suspicious... more
    New Zealand principals are anxious to stem a rise in students leaving school without a qualification
    23 Nov 2020: New Zealand principals are anxious to stem a rise in students leaving school without a qualification... more
    The Ministry of Education is being slammed for 'continually failing' Maori students
    23 Nov 2020: The Ministry of Education is being slammed for 'continually failing' Maori students... more
    A need to support and encourage our kids to read at home
    23 Nov 2020: A need to support and encourage our kids to read at home... more
    New Zealand's most southern school is hoping a climate friendly initiative will also save it money
    21 Nov 2020: New Zealand's most southern school is hoping a climate friendly initiative will also save it money... more
    A 'new world' of NCEA exams kick off today, with almost half being offered digitally
    16 Nov 2020: A 'new world' of NCEA exams kick off today, with almost half being offered digitally... more
    Principals have mixed feelings about preparedness for NCEA exams
    16 Nov 2020: Principals have mixed feelings about preparedness for NCEA exams... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     25 Mar: Staff and students of Pigeon Mountain Primary School are receiving counselling +++++++++++++++++
     26 Mar: Police are monitoring an online fight between two Christchurch high schools over sexual harassment +++++++++++++++++
     23 Mar: A victim of indecent assault at Auckland's Dilworth school is urging other potential victims of abuse to come forward ++++++++++++++++
     23 Mar: A victim of former Dilworth assistant principal Ian Wilson has confronted him in court +++++++++++++++
     23 Mar: Sentencing under way for former Dilworth School assistant headmaster who sexually abused students over two decades ++++++++++++++
     01 Apr: Sir Ron Brierley cut a frail figure as he pleaded guilty to possessing child sexual abuse material in a Sydney court today ++++++++++++++
     17 Mar: WorkSafe's laid charges after a Hamilton teenager drowned on a school trip at Waihi Beach +++++++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      12 Apr: Education ministry reinstates early childhood care investigation team (RadioNZ)
      9 Apr: Relationships now the focus of sex education for young new zealanders (Stuff.co.nz)
      8 Apr: Trans-tasman bubble: employers hesitant over australian trips (RadioNZ)
      8 Apr: Ministry takes over remediation project for hutt valley high's mouldy classrooms (Stuff.co.nz)
      8 Apr: Students pushing for better education around sex, consent and rape culture (Stuff.co.nz)
      8 Apr: Mobile phones should be banned in schools - gavin williamson (BBCWorld)
      7 Apr: Rebuilding foreign student numbers will take 10 years, mps told (RadioNZ)
      7 Apr: Zoning out co-education: school zone re-ignites inequity concerns (Stuff.co.nz)
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    Law and Order:
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    Accident and Emergency:
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    Health & Safety:
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    Wellington:
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