A budget announcement of $20 million for Māori boarding schools.
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Progress for re-establishment at old St Stephen's site
Another step in the right direction towards the re-establishment of a school at the former St Stephens School site, south of Auckland.
Hato Hohepa return home from Europe
Hato Hohepa students have returned home from a once-in-a-lifetime, three-week trip to Europe. The group have become "facebook-famous" with their popular performance videos going viral. An auspicious time as the Māori boarding school celebrates their 150th anniversary.
"Absolutely I'm pissed off"- NZ Māori Principals' Assoc. president
The president of Te Akatea - the New Zealand Māori Principals' Association is furious at a lack of real solutions for teacher concerns.
Bullying in NZ schools second highest in OECD
Aotearoa has the highest teen suicide rate in the developed world, which many educationalists believe could stem in part from bullying in schools.
Third of school buildings fail hygiene standards
A third of school buildings don't meet optimum standards for health and hygiene and a similar number fall short of Education Ministry standards for lighting, temperature and acoustics, a government Cabinet paper shows.
Is there a future for Māori Boarding Schools?
Three of the five remaining Māori boarding schools have competed at this year's He Pouwhenua, He Puaua Secondary Schools National Kapa Haka Competition.
Remembrance trees planted at Hukarere Girls College
Associate Forestry Minister Meka Whaitiri planted trees at Hukarere Girls College today, in celebration of Matariki Tū Rākau and as part of the government's One Billion Trees programme.
Rūnanga speaks about purchase of Turakina property
The land that was previously used for Turakina Māori Girls' School will be staying in Māori hands. The school was closed down in 2016, but it was announced today that Te Rūnanga o Ngā Wairiki - Ngāti Apa will purchase the land for the tribe's administration and health services.
Turakina Māori Girls College to stay in Māori hands
The Turakina Māori Girls College property has been purchased by Te Runanga o Ngā Wairiki - Ngāti Apa for their administration and health services.