Children and online porn
A NZ-made ad featuring porn stars that encourages parents to talk to their children about what they’re seeing online has sparked a world-wide conversation.
Early childhood business drops unlawful contracts
The country’s second-largest early learning business has backed down on an illegal staff contract.
Minister warns early learning centres
The Education Minister has warned early learning centres to toe the line, following allegations some are siphoning off funding intended for teachers’ pay-packets.
Universities chance to practise what they preach
The Covid-19 pandemic has not necessarily shown universities what they should do, but it has certainly shown them what is possible when they harness their collective latent entrepreneurial capacity.
A Pasifika education story during Covid-19
As we rethink learning in light of the pandemic and lockdown, any review needs to go wider than technology and inequity when it comes to Pasifika students, writes Jacoba Matapo
The chaos of distance learning
Learning from home is a new experience for almost everyone involved, so don’t be afraid to ask questions - and don’t be afraid to ask for help, writes Victoria University of Wellington’s Cathal Doyle.
A teacher’s Open Letter to Jacinda Ardern
An ‘actual teacher*’ penned this open letter to the Prime Minister about her deep worries over the move to allow children back into schools at Level 3.
Schools soothed but fears remain
News that schools would open at Level 3 on a “voluntary” basis have angered some teachers.