Police issue warning after Uni Hong Kong protest
Police have issued a warning to the person who pushed University of Auckland masters student Serena Lee during a protest at the university over Hong Kong.
Historians critical of education ‘double standard’
As pressure grows on the Government to make te reo and NZ history compulsory topics in schools, some advocates are pointing to a double standard.
University of Otago joins Newsroom
Newsroom is delighted to welcome the University of Otago as our third university partner for the IdeasRoom section exploring issues of importance to society and the country’s future.
How prepared are Kiwi schools for lockdowns?
Balancing safety and trauma during lockdowns is a challenge schools need to grasp.
Fear and freedom in a cold Quad
A rally to support protests in Hong Kong passed - almost - without incident at the University of Auckland. But one mainland Chinese student made a forlorn stand.
For a university that deserves the name
AUT law expert Leonid Sirota says his own university ought to apologise to those behind a cancelled meeting to mark the Tiananmen Square massacre - and begin to live up to its obligations as a university.
Gentle approach smooths training overhaul
A little more engagement has gone a long way in Govt’s vocational education reform.
Student visa delays cost polytechs $70m
Further delays in student visa processing are adding to uncertainty in the vocational education sector.