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A programme of career talks by local employers at Waimate High School is setting school leavers on the path towards successful careers.
A Central Otago primary school is releasing a teacher for a role similar to that of counsellors in secondary schools.
Case studies in the latest report from the Education Review Office (ERO) show how six schools have successfully kept students engaged and achieving in writing.
Secretary for Education Iona Holsted will approve extensions to school trustee 2019 election processes.
Students at Mangere College in South Auckland are acquiring knowledge about their own culture, history and traditions.
Stunning pictures from Near Space have been retrieved from a balloon successfully launched by Years 10-13 students at Fiordland College.