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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    UK contaminated blood scandal: Schoolboy survivors say they were 'injected with death'
     28 September 2021
    Lord Mayor Treloar College was meant to be a haven for vulnerable boys. But when the truth emerged about what was happening inside the school, survivors allege a "coalition of secrecy" tried to cover it up.
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    Coronavirus had a profound impact on children's education. Here's how one London school plans to catch them up
    26 Sep: For children living through a global crisis, separated from friends and trying to learn over the internet, the past 18 months have had a profound effect on their wellbeing.  Now they must try to make up for lost time.... more
    London grapples with murder of teacher Sabina Nessa as outrage over women's safety reignites
    23 Sep: Just months after the UK was shaken by the murder of Sarah Everard, London is again shocked by the murder of a lone woman in a public space — teacher Sabina Nessa.... more
    The three students who left Auckland to attend classes in Tauranga have been stood down
    19 Sep: The three students who left Auckland to attend classes in Tauranga have been stood down... more
    Taliban begin to reopen Afghan schools with older girls so far excluded from study
    19 Sep: Some Afghan girls return to primary schools with gender-segregated classes, but older girls face an anxious wait with no clarity over if and when they will resume their studies at the secondary school level.... more
    Police have dealt with three university students from Auckland after they allegedly crossed the Level 4 border illegally to go to Gisborne
    18 Sep: Police have dealt with three university students from Auckland after they allegedly crossed the Level 4 border illegally to go to Gisborne... more
    A stern call for secondary school students to get vaccinated against the meningococcal disease
    18 Sep: A stern call for secondary school students to get vaccinated against the meningococcal disease... more
    Fossil found by schoolkids in New Zealand's Kawhia Harbour is new species of extinct giant penguin
    17 Sep: A fossil collected by school children in 2006 on the west coast of New Zealand's North Island is a new species of extinct giant penguin that lived around 30 million years ago.... more
    The pandemic-enforced postponement of a US basketball scholarship has turned into a maiden Silver Ferns camp for defender Paris Lokotui
    17 Sep: The pandemic-enforced postponement of a US basketball scholarship has turned into a maiden Silver Ferns camp for defender Paris Lokotui... more
    People in and out of Auckland will be hoping for a drop in its alert levels in time for the school holidays
    16 Sep: People in and out of Auckland will be hoping for a drop in its alert levels in time for the school holidays... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     09 Sep: Christchurch students are returning to school with more restrictions in place ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     17 Sep: Fossil found by schoolkids in New Zealand's Kawhia Harbour is new species of extinct giant penguin +++++++++++++++++++++++
     16 Sep: People in and out of Auckland will be hoping for a drop in its alert levels in time for the school holidays +++++++++++++
     05 Sep: As coronavirus surged in Louisiana, authorities knew there was only one way kids could safely return to school +++++++++++++
     15 Sep: A man has been arrested after allegedly burning down multiple classrooms at a Whakatane school ++++++++++++
     18 Sep: Police have dealt with three university students from Auckland after they allegedly crossed the Level 4 border illegally to go to Gisborne +++++++++++
     17 Sep: The pandemic-enforced postponement of a US basketball scholarship has turned into a maiden Silver Ferns camp for defender Paris Lokotui +++++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      28 Sep: Early childhood teachers are stressed, run off their feet, and quitting (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Sep: 'eat noodles while you finish your degree': is the student allowance payment too rigid to meet inflated housing costs? (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Sep: Police and iwi initiative in northland aims to help and educate (RadioNZ)
      24 Sep: 'we just have no choice': auckland mum anxious about kids returning to school without teacher vaccination assurance (NZ Herald)
      23 Sep: Labour mps reject paul goldsmith's request for briefing on covid-19 impact by education officials (RadioNZ)
      23 Sep: Taihape area school doesn't accept apology over land fiasco (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Sep: Sex education: isaac actor george robinson gets intimate about disability (BBCWorld)
      20 Sep: Closing the digital divide requires ‘constant attention’, say education experts (RadioNZ)
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