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29 Nov 2021 20:56
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    The Education Minister will today answer the question of how exams will work for Auckland students

    The Education Minister will today answer the question of how exams will work for Auckland students


    The region's schools have been largely closed with children virtual-learning from home, during the Delta outbreak's near on two months.

    Chris Hipkins says they'll provide some certainty for secondary school students.

    He says they'll have clarity around exams, assessments and the issue of derived grades.

    Hipkins says they'll also give details on a pathway for reopening primary schools.

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