AUT scraps Tiananmen Square event
AUT shut down a Tiananmen Square commemorative event after the Chinese Government interfered.
Finnish anti-bullying scheme an answer for NZ?
Yet again, NZ schools have received a ‘fail’ when it comes to bullying but there could be an evidence-based solution.
Education report makes for grim reading
A gold-standard international report reveals concerning trends about how Kiwi students are faring.
Emma Espiner: Entitled little pricks
Newsroom columnist and medical student Emma Espiner hopes a rort at the University of Otago over a final-year overseas elective won’t punish all aspiring young doctors.
National’s predictable education plan
National’s education plans has some good stuff, but the promises that will resonate most could have come from Labour.
An education hub by any other name
It’s being labelled a backdown but a closer look shows the principles of the Govt’s education overhaul remain.
Education hubs scrapped, focus remains the same
The finalised outcomes of the Tomorrow’s Schools review look suspiciously like the first round of proposals.
Teacher shortage moves just the start
Chris Hipkins says the Government is making progress, but the pressure continues to be felt in classrooms.