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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Education articles  Education
    Michael Baker wants mask-wearing to be mandatory for secondary students
     7 September 2021
    Michael Baker wants mask-wearing to be mandatory for secondary students
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    >> Health & Safety News 

    As coronavirus surged in Louisiana, authorities knew there was only one way kids could safely return to school
    5 Sep: With coronavirus surging in the US state of Louisiana, authorities knew there was only one way children could safely return to school. The challenge was convincing anti-mask parents to get on board.... more
    Earthquake-resistant school built from recycled plastic in Indonesia
    5 Sep: Three years after earthquakes destroyed villages in Lombok, Asia's first earthquake-resistant school has been built with recycled plastics.... more
    Melbourne principal stands by 'courageous' decision to make COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for staff
    4 Sep: A Melbourne private school is making what it says is the "courageous" decision to require all staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19.... more
    NCEA changes are expected to bring relief to Auckland students struggling with lockdowns
    3 Sep: NCEA changes are expected to bring relief to Auckland students struggling with lockdowns... more
    The Education Minister has laid out changes to NCEA - because of lockdown
    2 Sep: The Education Minister has laid out changes to NCEA - because of lockdown... more
    Only a tiny percentage of students are back at school under Level Three
    2 Sep: Only a tiny percentage of students are back at school under Level Three... more
    A primary school in Manurewa, South Auckland, has confirmed a student has Covid-19
    1 Sep: A primary school in Manurewa, South Auckland, has confirmed a student has Covid-19... more
    A Government agency has received a telling off, for hiring students to try to nab MIQ spots
    1 Sep: A Government agency has received a telling off, for hiring students to try to nab MIQ spots... more
    An Otago University student was met by police on arrival in Dunedin yesterday, after flouting lockdown rules by flying across the country
    31 Aug: An Otago University student was met by police on arrival in Dunedin yesterday, after flouting lockdown rules by flying across the country... more

     Most Popular Recent Education News
     09 Sep: Christchurch students are returning to school with more restrictions in place ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     17 Sep: Fossil found by schoolkids in New Zealand's Kawhia Harbour is new species of extinct giant penguin +++++++++++++++++++++++
     16 Sep: People in and out of Auckland will be hoping for a drop in its alert levels in time for the school holidays +++++++++++++
     05 Sep: As coronavirus surged in Louisiana, authorities knew there was only one way kids could safely return to school +++++++++++++
     15 Sep: A man has been arrested after allegedly burning down multiple classrooms at a Whakatane school ++++++++++++
     18 Sep: Police have dealt with three university students from Auckland after they allegedly crossed the Level 4 border illegally to go to Gisborne +++++++++++
     17 Sep: The pandemic-enforced postponement of a US basketball scholarship has turned into a maiden Silver Ferns camp for defender Paris Lokotui +++++++++++

     Education NewsLinks
      28 Sep: Early childhood teachers are stressed, run off their feet, and quitting (Stuff.co.nz)
      28 Sep: 'eat noodles while you finish your degree': is the student allowance payment too rigid to meet inflated housing costs? (Stuff.co.nz)
      24 Sep: Police and iwi initiative in northland aims to help and educate (RadioNZ)
      24 Sep: 'we just have no choice': auckland mum anxious about kids returning to school without teacher vaccination assurance (NZ Herald)
      23 Sep: Labour mps reject paul goldsmith's request for briefing on covid-19 impact by education officials (RadioNZ)
      23 Sep: Taihape area school doesn't accept apology over land fiasco (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Sep: Sex education: isaac actor george robinson gets intimate about disability (BBCWorld)
      20 Sep: Closing the digital divide requires ‘constant attention’, say education experts (RadioNZ)
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
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    Soccer:
    Hosts Paris-St Germain have taken an early 1-nil lead in this morning's Champions League group tie with Manchester City, on Spark Sport 8:34

    Entertainment:
    Tori Amos was "on [her] knees emotionally" amid the coronavirus lockdown 8:23

    Business:
    Bars and restaurants want changes to alcohol licensing during level two 8:14

    Rugby:
    Prop Ox Nche will come into the Springboks line-up in their only starting change for the second and final Rugby Championship test with the All Blacks on the Gold Coast 8:14

    Business:
    The Government's confident changes to property tax laws will give a leg up to first home buyers wanting to get on the property ladder 7:54

    Rugby League:
    Benji Marshall has given any thought of retirement the flick pass for now as he prepares for Sunday's NRL grand final with South Sydney 7:54

    Entertainment:
    Cheryl Burke has tested positive for COVID-19 7:53

    Basketball:
    Basketball's Tall Ferns have lost 62-50 to Olympic silver medallists Japan in their second Asian Cup game in Jordan 7:44

    Business:
    More than a billion dollars worth of food is wasted each year in New Zealand 7:34

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