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    Teachers have raised concerns about whether they will able to teach enough before the end of the year

    Teachers have raised concerns about whether they will able to teach enough before the end of the year


    NCEA and scholarship exams are being moved back to November 16 - instead of November 6.

    Students submitting art or design portfolios will also get an extra two weeks.

    PPTA president Jack Boyle says they will be unsure what each student has learnt during the lockdown.

    He says if they had to teach everything missed during Alert level 4, an extra 10 days before exams wouldn't be enough time.

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