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  1. Manukura student Phillip Ratima.

    Manukura students excel with 100% pass rate in NCEA

    Phillip Ratima is off to Massey University after receiving his NCEA level 3 results yesterday.  He attributes his success to attending Manukura, a kura Māori that fosters academic and sporting excellence for rangatahi. 

  2. Video for Parents guide to NCEA

    Parents guide to NCEA

    About 160,000 students around New Zealand have just found out the results of their NCEA exams so Careers New Zealand has released five easy steps to help parents guide teenagers through NCEA results and how to talk to your teenagers about their future careers. 

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    160,000 students wait anxiously for NCEA results

    Today marks a significant day for thousands of secondary school students around the country as they anticipate the arrival of their NCEA results for 2016. 

  4. Video for Parata still to resolve Kura NCEA issue - Principal

    Parata still to resolve Kura NCEA issue- Principal

    The PPTA says there have been gains for some Māori-medium education schools under Hekia Parata. But Te Rūnanga Nui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori Deputy Head Rawiri Wright says he hopes their concerns regarding National Standards will be resolved with the new Education Minister.

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    Record number of Māori students achieving NCEA level 2

    Today NCEA data has been released showing more Māori and Pasifika students are achieving Level 2 than ever before.

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    NCEA results online today

    NCEA results will be made available online today for hundreds of thousands of students across the country.

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    Students to be given chance to earn NCEA credits for driver licences

    Education Minister Hekia Parata and Associate Transport Minister Craig Foss have announced that students are to be given the opportunity to gain NCEA credits by obtaining driver licences.

  8. Video for James Cook goes from "worst school" to high achievers

    James Cook goes from "worst school" to high achievers

    James Cook High School was labelled the worst school in Auckland for 2014, because over half of James Cook's school leavers failed NCEA, while a mere 6% gained University Entrance (UE), that's barely a quarter of the average for decile 1. 

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