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  1. Video for Extra $50 a week for student allowances in 2018
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    Extra $50 a week for student allowances in 2018

    The New Zealand Union of Students' Associations (NZUSA) has hailed the Government’s decision to introduce an extra $50 a week for student allowances.

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    Tauranga wharekura support digital exam delivery

    Te Wharekura o Mauao are endorsing government plans to give students the opportunity to do their NCEA exams online. Te Wharekura o Mauao is one of eight Wharekura taking part in NZQA's digital trials and pilots programme.

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    South Seas Film and Television School reaches 25 year milestone

    South Seas Film and Television School. Outgoing director Gerben Cath says the evolving industry requires a dynamic formula to keep up with the times, as he welcomes a new wave of creatives.

  4. Video for Acting PM Kelvin Davis committed to integration of te reo Māori in schools
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    Acting PM Kelvin Davis committed to integration of te reo Māori in schools

    The Associate Minister of Education Kelvin Davis says he's committed to integrating te reo Māori into every ECE, primary school and intermediate by the year 2025. This comes after a High Court ruling overturned a Family Court judgment that forced the withdrawal of a Māori child from total immersion education.

  5. Video for Native Affairs Exclusive: High Court ruling overturns decision to ban girl from Māori language education
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    Native Affairs Exclusive: High Court ruling overturns decision to ban girl from Māori language education

    A High Court ruling has enabled a seven-year-old girl to resume learning her Māori language in a Māori environment after she was banned from doing so by a Family Court judge.

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    Rural Northland schools struggling to fill classrooms

    Some rural Northland schools are struggling to fill classrooms with students and teachers. Te Tai Tokerau Principals Association President Pat Newman claims it's due to deliberate government policies over the years to decimate education in rural areas.

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    Native Affairs- Religious Education

    For over 140 years, religious instruction has been taught in state schools across Aotearoa.  But now, the Secular Education Network has started a campaign to ban it from classrooms.

  8. Video for New online Māori language resource aims ease accessibility to te reo Māori education
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    New online Māori language resource aims ease accessibility to te reo Māori education

    Wheako is the newest online Māori language resource developed with the goal of increasing the amount of te reo Māori being learnt by students in mainstream education.

  9. Video for Ngāti Whakaue confident for new Rotorua charter school
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    Ngāti Whakaue confident for new Rotorua charter school

    Charter school owners expect the government to change their status with some becoming special character state schools. Te Taumata o Ngāti Whakaue, who will be opening their new charter school in Rotorua, are confident the move will improve the way charter schools operate.

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    More than 1500 pieces in rare pounamu collection

    More than 1500 Pounamu  (Greenstone)  have been gifted to New Zealand by New Zealand Pounamu and Jade expert Russell Beck as part of the "Beck International Jade Research Collection" to be cared for by GNS Science in Wellington.

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