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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    There's concern the Government hasn't made mask-wearing compulsory for school children
     7 September 2021
    There's concern the Government hasn't made mask-wearing compulsory for school children
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    >> Politics News 

    Michael Baker wants mask-wearing to be mandatory for secondary students
    7 Sep: Michael Baker wants mask-wearing to be mandatory for secondary students... more
    NCEA changes are expected to bring relief to Auckland students struggling with lockdowns
    3 Sep: NCEA changes are expected to bring relief to Auckland students struggling with lockdowns... more
    The Education Minister has laid out changes to NCEA - because of lockdown
    2 Sep: The Education Minister has laid out changes to NCEA - because of lockdown... more
    Only a tiny percentage of students are back at school under Level Three
    2 Sep: Only a tiny percentage of students are back at school under Level Three... more
    A primary school in Manurewa, South Auckland, has confirmed a student has Covid-19
    1 Sep: A primary school in Manurewa, South Auckland, has confirmed a student has Covid-19... more
    A Government agency has received a telling off, for hiring students to try to nab MIQ spots
    1 Sep: A Government agency has received a telling off, for hiring students to try to nab MIQ spots... more
    An Otago University student was met by police on arrival in Dunedin yesterday, after flouting lockdown rules by flying across the country
    31 Aug: An Otago University student was met by police on arrival in Dunedin yesterday, after flouting lockdown rules by flying across the country... more
    AUT students and staff are being urged to be vigilant as the sub-cluster grows
    30 Aug: AUT students and staff are being urged to be vigilant as the sub-cluster grows... more
    A burgeoning list of contacts and exposure sites linked to the Covid-19 outbreak is ever-growing
    27 Aug: A burgeoning list of contacts and exposure sites linked to the Covid-19 outbreak is ever-growing... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     12 Nov: COVID vaccine mandate leaves WA schools facing teacher shortage, compounding border pressure ++++++++++++++++
     11 Nov: Students will get plenty of benefits from being back in the classroom next week ++++++++++++++
     09 Nov: Frustration as Mount Albert Grammar School closes to senior students again... after a second pupil has tested positive with Covid ++++++++++++
     15 Nov: Unvaccinated teachers will be barred from school grounds from tomorrow ++++++++++++
     16 Nov: A teacher at an Auckland Catholic girls' school who taught at the school three days last week has tested positive for Covid +++++++++++
     10 Nov: Excitement and nerves for schools as they wait to hear what the rest of the year will look like +++++++++++
     02 Nov: A child at a West Auckland primary school has tested positive for Covid-19 ++++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      27 Nov: Straight up: sonny bill williams on ambition, education, faith and finding himself (NZ Herald)
      25 Nov: Families in fiji called to get children vaccinated (RadioNZ)
      25 Nov: At-risk students taken in by te kura should be better supported by local schools and services – ero (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Nov: At-risk students taken in by te kura should be better supported by local schools and services- ero (RadioNZ)
      25 Nov: International language sector says border reopening date for students too late (RadioNZ)
      23 Nov: Greenland's inuits seek denmark compensation over failed social experiment (BBCWorld)
      23 Nov: Skateistan: giving girls the chance to skateboard and learn (Stuff.co.nz)
      22 Nov: Ministry of education will review ece funding in 2022 (Stuff.co.nz)
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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    A Queenstown local has been reunited with her dog after she was lost by a pet transport service 5:23

    Business:
    A new Covid-19 variant is likely to have an impact on our share market once it resumes at 10am 4:53

    Basketball:
    The Breakers are crossing their fingers that their opening NBL match will be rescheduled to December 10 21:53

    International:
    'Devastated' Cairns COVID-19 hotel quarantine guests to be moved hundreds of kilometres away after fire 21:03

    Entertainment:
    George Kambosos Jr crowned world unified lightweight champion after defeating Teófimo López 20:23

    Education:
    China faces 'colossal' COVID outbreak if it opens up, and following US travel controls could lead to more than 630,000 daily cases, study says 19:43

    Motoring:
    Kiwi Regan Gough's looking forward to taking on a different type of cycling schedule as the merging of road and track seasons rolls on 18:53

    Law and Order:
    A woman rescued off the NSW coast was quickly charged when her police rescuers alleged they'd found drugs in her boat 18:33

    Cricket:
    The New Zealand bowlers have struck early on day four of the opening cricket test against India in Kanpur 18:03

    Motoring:
    Regan Gough feels a tight-knit, Kiwi-centric team will bode well for their competitive chances on the global cycling circuit 18:03

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