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Seeking wage justice

By Rebecca Matthews-Heron 25 July, 2017

There are exciting times ahead for education workers in female-dominated roles with low pay. Following the $2 billion provision in the budget to settle the ground-breaking Kristine Bartlett case for…

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Why social mobility is a waste of time

By Max Rashbrooke 25 July, 2017

    The good society, the British historian R. H. Tawney once wrote, is not just one in which people can rise up the social ladder, but one in which…

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Does your child have autism or features of autism, and sleep problems?

By EA Staff 25 July, 2017

You may be eligible to receive treatment through the nationwide Autism and Sleep Study, being conducted through the University of Canterbury Our research is investigating (a) the effectiveness of treatments…

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Seeking wage justice

By Rebecca Matthews-Heron 25 July, 2017

  There are exciting times ahead for education workers in female-dominated roles with low pay. Following the $2 billion provision in the budget to settle the ground-breaking Kristine Bartlett case…

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Teacher aides join the fight

By Rebecca Matthews-Heron 25 July, 2017

There are exciting times ahead for education workers in female-dominated roles with low pay. Following the $2 billion provision in the budget to settle the ground-breaking Kristine Bartlett case for…

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Vote for Education

Vote for children, vote for education

By Kate Drury 25 July, 2017

Every kiwi kid wants to realise their dreams and every parent wants the best for their child. And to do that; to really have the ability to reach their potential,…

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Pay equity

By Paul Goulter 24 April, 2017

One of the more remarkable events in New Zealand politics recently has been the prominence of the debate over gender pay gaps and in particular pay equity. It is pleasing…

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Funding message

By Lynda Stuart 24 April, 2017

As I write this, the Better Funding, Better Learning tour continues around the country. The focus is to highlight the issues that are being faced by our schools, kura and…

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Health and safety – from oil industry to school

By Kate Drury 24 April, 2017

  Karl Emson was well-placed to be the health and safety representative at Evans Bay Intermediate in Wellington. Before he retrained as a teacher, Emson worked in the oil industry…

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Indian education centres help Dalit children

By Kate Drury 24 April, 2017

  Parents generally want a better life for their children than they had. And in India, this is no exception. NZEI Te Riu Roa executive officer Gina Lockyer and UnionAID…

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