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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    The Black Caps have made a strong start to their one-day international cricket series against Bangladesh, with an eight wicket win in the first match in Dunedin
     20 March 2021
    The Black Caps have made a strong start to their one-day international cricket series against Bangladesh, with an eight wicket win in the first match in Dunedin
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    A new report suggests some teachers resist having learning support coordinators
    20 Mar: A new report suggests some teachers resist having learning support coordinators... more
    WorkSafe's laid charges after a Hamilton teenager drowned on a school trip at Waihi Beach
    17 Mar: WorkSafe's laid charges after a Hamilton teenager drowned on a school trip at Waihi Beach... more
    The latest two men to be charged after an investigation into alleged historical sexual offending at Auckland's Dilworth School have appeared in the High Court
    17 Mar: The latest two men to be charged after an investigation into alleged historical sexual offending at Auckland's Dilworth School have appeared in the High Court... more
    A mind health programme taught in primary and intermediate schools is having a significant impact on boys
    15 Mar: A mind health programme taught in primary and intermediate schools is having a significant impact on boys... more
    Two years is a blink of an eye for a school community affected by a terrorist attack
    15 Mar: Two years is a blink of an eye for a school community affected by a terrorist attack... more
    Schools are at their wits' end after decades of cut backs to relief funding for unruly children
    10 Mar: Schools are at their wits' end after decades of cut backs to relief funding for unruly children... more
    It's back to school for children in the United Kingdom
    9 Mar: It's back to school for children in the United Kingdom... more
    Eight people are being treated for injuries, following a school bus crash in the Tasman District
    9 Mar: Eight people are being treated for injuries, following a school bus crash in the Tasman District... more
    Praise for early childhood teachers who've gone above and beyond during the pandemic
    7 Mar: Praise for early childhood teachers who've gone above and beyond during the pandemic... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     12 Jul: The school holidays are off to a busy start, at tourism hotspots around the country +++++++++++++++++++++++
     08 Jul: The central plateau is shaping up to be a winter wonderland these school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++++
     14 Jul: A woman has pleaded guilty to making the bomb threat that forced the cancellation of Otago University's graduation ceremonies last year ++++++++++++++++++++
     09 Jul: Half a million Kiwis will fly these school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++
     06 Jul: A record number of New Zealanders are flying into Queenstown, for the July school holidays ++++++++++++++++++++
     15 Jul: Surprise a student area of Hamilton was the scene of a shoot-out with police ++++++++++++++++++++
     07 Jul: Christchurch head students are speaking up about sexual assault and harassment +++++++++++++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      4 Aug: Horse owners fearful of being chased by dogs on taranaki beaches (Stuff.co.nz)
      4 Aug: Dababy thankful for 'education' as more festivals drop him (BBCWorld)
      3 Aug: Shares slide after china brands online games 'electronic drugs' (BBCWorld)
      2 Aug: Ministers warned school students are 'falling through the cracks' (NZ Herald)
      2 Aug: Ministers warned students are 'falling through the cracks' (RadioNZ)
      1 Aug: Yami "rowdy" lofvenberg: the top hip-hop dancer who can’t count the beats (BBCWorld)
      1 Aug: Ministry not tracking key earthquake strengthening goal for schools (RadioNZ)
      31 Jul: Focus on politics: education grapples with systemic racism (RadioNZ)
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