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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    Gardening equipment has been stolen with no regard for the kids that use it at Naenae Primary
     13 May 2020
    Gardening equipment has been stolen with no regard for the kids that use it at Naenae Primary
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    >> Law and Order News 

    Schools have been marked as safe for students and staff to return to, next week
    12 May: Schools have been marked as safe for students and staff to return to, next week... more
    A nod to the importance of youth from Netball New Zealand
    11 May: A nod to the importance of youth from Netball New Zealand... more
    Schools are already preparing for a move to Alert level 2
    7 May: Schools are already preparing for a move to Alert level 2... more
    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
    6 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... more
    An Auckland music teacher has been sent to jail for five years for historic sexual offending against two boys
    5 May: An Auckland music teacher has been sent to jail for five years for historic sexual offending against two boys... more
    The director-general of health is backing offers to test staff and students at Auckland's Marist College for covid-19
    4 May: The director-general of health is backing offers to test staff and students at Auckland's Marist College for covid-19... more
    Claims tertiary student support didn't come soon enough
    2 May: Claims tertiary student support didn't come soon enough... more
    Most of our top secondary school athletes may have to wait until New Zealand reaches alert level one to start competing again
    28 Apr: Most of our top secondary school athletes may have to wait until New Zealand reaches alert level one to start competing again... more
    All students need to be supported -- whether they're in the classroom or at home
    28 Apr: All students need to be supported -- whether they're in the classroom or at home... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     02 Oct: A Porirua principal is slamming what he says was a poorly organised roll-out of devices and internet for students ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     01 Oct: Police say they've received a significant number of calls and emails - since alleged historical abuse has come to light at Auckland's Dilworth School ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     08 Oct: A Marlborough teacher who admitted sexually abusing two schoolboys, will have to wait a little longer for her bid for freedom ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     05 Oct: Some University of Auckland students are upset at having to sit exams in person ++++++++++++++++++
     03 Oct: A cool weather change is good news for skiers hoping to squeeze in a few more days up the mountain +++++++++++++++++
     03 Oct: As India reaches a macabre new coronavirus COVID-19 milestone, the country gasps for breath +++++++++++++++++
     05 Oct: Another two men have appeared in the Auckland District Court this morning in relation to alleged historic abuse at Auckland's Dilworth School ++++++++++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      21 Oct: $3m repair bill at old school: cables stripped, windows smashed, ceiling torn down (Stuff.co.nz)
      14 Oct: Greens push for student votes with slew of tertiary policies (RadioNZ)
      14 Oct: Green party announce universial student allowance policy (RadioNZ)
      14 Oct: Education ministry allocates $14.9m to help students struggling during pandemic (NZ Herald)
      14 Oct: Ministry allocates $14.9m to help students struggling during pandemic (RadioNZ)
      13 Oct: The battle over what us children learn about american history (BBCWorld)
      12 Oct: Incoming foreign postgrad students will bring value to nz - education nz (RadioNZ)
      12 Oct: New zealand opens door for 250 graduate students - but they will have to pay (NZ Herald)
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