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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    Who's leading the race? A guide to coronavirus vaccines in the pipeline
     24 May 2020
    The coronavirus vaccine race is unprecedented in scale and scope. ABC Health takes a look at some of the vaccines that have made it to human trials.
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    A dramatic leap in student numbers at polytechnics are expected
    20 May: A dramatic leap in student numbers at polytechnics are expected... more
    Principals are calling for a drop in university entry requirements because of Covid-19 disruptions to learning
    18 May: Principals are calling for a drop in university entry requirements because of Covid-19 disruptions to learning... more
    Higher subsidies have been restored to training early childhood education teachers - for the first time in a decade
    18 May: Higher subsidies have been restored to training early childhood education teachers - for the first time in a decade... more
    Dunedin students couldn't resist partying up over the first weekend of Level 2
    18 May: Dunedin students couldn't resist partying up over the first weekend of Level 2... more
    Students are soon to be back in classrooms across the country, as schools reopen today
    18 May: Students are soon to be back in classrooms across the country, as schools reopen today... more
    There are concerns about a lack of room on buses, as students return to school today
    18 May: There are concerns about a lack of room on buses, as students return to school today... more
    Teachers and students have some clarity before schools go back next week
    14 May: Teachers and students have some clarity before schools go back next week... more
    Hopes changes to the NCEA schedule will set students' minds at ease
    13 May: Hopes changes to the NCEA schedule will set students' minds at ease... more
    Teachers have raised concerns about whether they will able to teach enough before the end of the year
    13 May: Teachers have raised concerns about whether they will able to teach enough before the end of the year... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     27 Apr: Reassurance for parents who are sending their children back to school tomorrow ++++++++++++++++++
     28 Apr: Most of our top secondary school athletes may have to wait until New Zealand reaches alert level one to start competing again +++++++++++++++
     28 Apr: All students need to be supported -- whether they're in the classroom or at home ++++++++++++++
     06 May: Some New Zealand private schools have claimed millions of dollars through the Government's wage subsidy - while many of them are still charging full fees to students ++++++++++++++
     28 Apr: A principal's backing his school's digital learning system while they remain closed at level three ++++++++++++++
     27 Apr: A South Auckland principal is concerned for students staying home during alert level 3 ++++++++++++++
     05 May: An Auckland music teacher has been sent to jail for five years for historic sexual offending against two boys ++++++++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      26 May: Amanda bynes gives fans an update on her love life, mental health and more (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 May: Secondary school international students stuck in new zealand (RadioNZ)
      24 May: Auckland international college tops crimson nz school rankings (NZ Herald)
      21 May: Kaikoura youth programme: 'we can focus on actually doing the mahi' (RadioNZ)
      21 May: Coronavirus: universities fear fall in lucrative overseas students (BBCWorld)
      20 May: Nzqa in talks about university entrance requirements after lockdown - holsted (RadioNZ)
      20 May: Us pacific gets $140-million education boost (RadioNZ)
      19 May: Polytech student numbers expected to leap in looming recession (NZ Herald)
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     Today's News

    Business:
    Kiwis need to keep a positive mindset about their finances 11:07

    Environment:
    The Hurricanes expect Jordie Barrett to be firing when it comes to the resumption of Super Rugby 10:27

    Basketball:
    The Breakers are intent on attracting back their star player 10:07

    Law and Order:
    A homicide investigation's underway after the death of a one-year-old girl in south Auckland 9:57

    International:
    Boris Johnson's top adviser Dominic Cummings says he 'doesn't regret' breaking coronavirus lockdown 9:37

    Law and Order:
    Worksafe is investigating the death of a man at a workplace on the North Shore 8:07

    Rugby League:
    Warriors fans or not, Jazz Tevaga wants to play in front of packed stadiums again 8:06

    Rugby League:
    Warriors recruitment manager Peter O'Sullivan expects the NRL club to make some loan deals public soon 7:37

    Tennis:
    Tennis is set to return in the Balkans 7:36

    Law and Order:
    A person has been critically injured in a workplace incident in Auckland 4:36

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