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  1. Video for Porirua primary schools going without hot water
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    Porirua primary schools going without hot water

    A Porirua primary school principal says all schools should have access to running hot water for students at their schools.  

  2. Video for NCEA fee canned, reduction in assessments planned
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    NCEA fee canned, reduction in assessments planned

    Students from Mana College in Wellington were the first in the country to hear of the government's changes to NCEA today.  One highlight was the removal of the $76.70 NCEA fee, which affects around 168,000 secondary school students. 

  3. Video for Remembering their tipuna koroua who went to war
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    Remembering their tipuna koroua who went to war

    Eighty volunteers from around the country are in camp in Tūranga this weekend as part of a 100-man guard of honour that will commemorate 100 years since the return of the NZ Māori Pioneer Battalion from WWI.

  4. Video for Free lunches for Taita College students
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    Free lunches for Taita College students

    About 400 students at a Lower Hutt college are now receiving a free meal everyday, but the company running the service is yet to secure funding.  

  5. Video for Treaty claim against Minister of Education on reforms
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    Treaty claim against Minister of Education on reforms

    There are yet more concerns with the government's reforms on vocational education, with the Waitangi Tribunal today confirming that a claim regarding the issue has been submitted.  Fears are also growing amongst faculty members who say the reforms would result in job losses.

  6. Video for Integrating te reo Māori across the education system
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    Integrating te reo Māori across the education system

    Four regions across Aotearoa will facilitate the Te Ahu o Te Reo programme to assist teachers in the classroom with their reo Māori skills - Taranaki, Waikato, Kāpiti-Horowhenua and Te Waipounamu.

  7. Video for TKKM o Kaikohe "sick and tired" of waiting for govt funds
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    TKKM o Kaikohe "sick and tired" of waiting for govt funds

    The Ministry of Education promised Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kaikohe $1.2mil in 2017 to build two new classrooms - they're yet to see a single cent.

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    Call for govt to support ending "voluntary" school donations

    The NZ Principals Federation is renewing calls for the Labour-led government to honour its pre-election promise of a funding incentive for schools that stop soliciting "voluntary donations" from parents.  

  9. Video for Calls for Pūhoro STEM funding to continue
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    Calls for Pūhoro STEM funding to continue

    The Principal of a South Auckland Wharekura says the government must continue to fund the Māori Science Pūhoro programme. Maahia Nathan says Māori students have an aptitude in the STEM subjects and need to be supported to succeed.  

  10. Video for New intake of 20 to move into Hato Petera hostel, Whakaruruhau
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    New intake of 20 to move into Hato Petera hostel, Whakaruruhau

    A Hato Petera old boy is hoping his new programme will attract students from around the country who want to attend schools in the Auckland region. The Hato Petera Leadership Academy is the brainchild of Dr Lance O'Sullivan, it's an initiative that will see students board at the now vacant Hato Petera building, Whakaruruhau.   

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