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  1. Video for Polytechs struggling to keep doors open
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    Polytechs struggling to keep doors open

    Te Hautū Kahurangi along with polytechnic students and association representatives are angry that two years of appeals to the Labour government have led to nothing more, they say, than promises to review a funding model which has already failed the country's polytechnics.

  2. Video for Youth Parliament join the fight against suicide
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    Youth Parliament join the fight against suicide

    Eighty-four young New Zealanders between the ages of 10 and 19 died by suicide in the 2018 - 2019 period. Eleven of them were under the age of 15.  These damaging results has lead Tauranga's youth parliament member Moana Anaru Palmer to support the standardised mental health check-ups that's looks to lessen the number of youth suffering from depression. 

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    Kamo High awaits their new commissioner

    The Ministry of Education has announced the appointment of Tunney McFayden as Commissioner to replace the Board of Trustees that walked out of Kamo High School last week.   This is only done in extreme circumstances when all other measures have failed to rectify a failing school and a board of trustees resigns.

  4. Video for Education Ministry prepares Students for Life After School
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    Education Ministry prepares Students for Life After School

    A new Ministry of Education resource aims at calming the overwhelm and alleviating the stress that school leavers and their families experience.

  5. Video for Uawa Student Teacher wins Prestigious $22,000 Scholarship
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    Uawa Student Teacher wins Prestigious $22,000 Scholarship

    Uawa Resident Maria Leilua is honoured to receive the Kupe Scholarship for 2019.  Having started teacher training to nurture and educate local children, her high achievements as a trainee teacher have not gone unnoticed.

  6. Video for Education Ministry Report says Māori students discrimination more likely
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    Education Ministry Report says Māori students discrimination more likely

    It’s a parent’s nightmare to learn their children are victims of discrimination and they are being victimised by the very teachers entrusted to nurture them.

  7. Video for Literacy and numeracy needed in workplaces
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    Literacy and numeracy needed in workplaces

    Porirua Council workers were ecstatic to hear that the government will further inject an extra $14.5mil over four years for much needed literacy and numeracy courses with an aim to build productivity and a high-wage economy as part of a more inclusive society.   

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    Youth politicians call for 'more accurate' history of New Zealand

    Two Māori Youth Parliament politicians reported back to the Māori Select Committee today and asked Education Minister Chris Hipkins to agree to allow a more accurate history of New Zealand to be taught in our schools.   

  9. Video for "I was considering giving up the job" - Otara Tumuaki
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    "I was considering giving up the job"- Otara Tumuaki

    Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Piripono students stood in solidarity with their tumuaki, who almost left her job frustrated at a lack of support from the Ministry of Education over pay parity and work stress issues.

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    PM announces Vocational Excellence Awards

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says for too long trades and apprenticeships have taken a backseat when it comes to how we see success at school and later career choices.  The PM visited Hutt Valley High School today where she announced the Prime Ministers Vocational Excellence Awards.  

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