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Yesterday NZEI members voted to reject National's flagship Investing in Educational Success proposal – 93 percent of members voted against the policy.
John Key says the decision by primary school teachers and principals to reject the Govt's flagship education initiative is a "political stunt".
The head of the NZ Principals' Federation says teachers' rejection of the Govt's flagship education policy isn't politically motivated.
Opposition parties are praising primary school principals and teachers for rejecting the Government's "super teacher" plan.
NZEI delivered a blow to the Government with a resounding vote of no confidence in its proposed $359 million education plan.
Postgraduate students will again be eligible for student allowances, if Labour l...
When Labour announces its tertiary education policy, don't expect it to be a big...
The latest 3 News poll shows voters prefer Labour's policy to reduce class sizes...
Destiny Church has applied for its private school to become state-integrated, so...
John Key says he is willing to give evidence under oath to prove he wasn't part of a conspiracy with Cameron Slater to embarrass Labour.
In the last five years NZ drivers have amassed a whopping 4.3 million speeding fines - that almost one for every man, woman and child.
Colin Craig has filed papers in the High Court to force the Electoral Commission to re-think its broadcasting allocations.
The Remuneration Authority has increased the amount of accommodation supplements for MPs and Ministers.
As much as $17 million will be spent to prevent landslides on Christchurch's Port Hills.
Getting kids in the Grammar zone
Kerikeri school comes back from the brink
Funding charity through knowledge
Novopay to cost Govt $110M
Te Reo Tuatahi making bilingual Kiwis
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