Education Headlines

Opotiki District Council statement re allegations

Press Release – Opotiki District Council

The Optiki Mayor is urging the community and the media to let Police get on with the job of investigating allegations of a sexual nature involving students from Optiki College without unhelpful speculation. Read more »

10th anniversary Edition of He’ll Be OK

Press Release – HarperCollins

The untimely death of Celia Lashlie in February robbed us of a powerful voice of reason and compassion a voice that is arguably needed now even more than when her iconic book Hell Be OK was first published in 2005. Read more »

Young Sports Players Recognised for Work Ethic and Attitude

Press Release – Unison Networks

With the regions winter sports season drawing to an end, Unisons annual Unison Medal Ceremonies for junior rugby, netball and hockey players are underway, recognising excellence, both on and off the field. Read more »

50 Māori Cadets Launch into Engineering and Infrastructure

Press Release – AWF Group

50 Mori graduates from around the country are set to graduate from six months of training, gaining skills and qualifications to support them into a wide range of trades-related careers. Read more »

Huge need for school guidance counsellors in schools

Press Release – New Zealand Association of Counsellors

Assigning school guidance counsellors to primary and intermediate schools would provide early intervention for children and families and help prevent some of the cases that end up with Child, Youth and Family (CYF), says a prominent school counsellor. Read more »

University of Canterbury launches Earthquake Scholarships

Press Release – University of Canterbury

The University of Canterbury is to offer scholarships for postgraduate research into the effects of the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquakes, focusing on the lessons learned from the response. Read more »

Why Māori need an independent political voice in Parliament

Press Release – The Maori Party

The Mori Party says the Labour Leaders response to two of its Mori MPs attending a charter school fundraiser is one of the many reasons why its so important for Mori to have an independent political voice. Read more »

Turakina Māori Girls’ College Consultation: Panui Two

Press Release – Turakina Maori Girls College Board of Trustees

We have completed the second week of the consultation process and there is a lot of interest in Turakina. The Board has found no support for the Ministry proposal to close the school and is consulting on the proposal that: Read more »

Awesome Aucklanders at the helm of Diversity Forum

Press Release – Human Rights Commission

Young Aucklanders from migrant, refugee and other backgrounds will be participating, presenting and performing in this years Diversity Forum to be held at AUT next Wednesday. Mixit is a unique, creative project for young people from diverse backgrounds … Read more »

New online system streamlines enrolments for Lincoln

Press Release – Lincoln University

A new online system called MyLinc is set to streamline the enrolment process for students and staff at Lincoln University, making it a positive and pain-free experience that will increase enrolments and provide world-class data security protection. Read more »

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