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New online tool allows schools to compare benefits of controversial $359m plan

Principals, teachers, school boards and parents are now able to compare the impact of the government’s controversial $359 million education initiative with other options such as more resourcing for teacher aides and smaller class sizes.

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Treasury officials challenged to go without breakfast for a month

The principal of May Road School in Auckland, Lynda Stuart, has challenged Treasury officials to go without breakfast for one month in order to share the experience of thousands of New Zealand children.

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Lack of housing badly affecting kids’ education

New Zealand’s lack of affordable, decent housing is preventing thousands of children from achieving success at school and NZEI Te Riu Roa hopes that the government will finally start to address what has become a crisis, particularly in Auckland.

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Click on the image above to browse through images, videos, and digitised NZEI's journals (1899-1989) documenting NZEI Te Riu Roa's and New Zealand's education history.
Images Courtesy of Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, N.Z. Ref from left: PAColl-2647-04-020, PAColl-2647-04-074, PAColl-2647-04-075.

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