Labour and the teacher unions oppose charter schools because they say the lack of a requirement for teachers to be registered puts kids at risk.
Today yet¬†another teacher is under investigation for untoward behaviour with students.
A female physical education teacher at an Auckland high school is on sick leave after she was accused of favouritism towards at least one teenage boy.
As a result of the allegations, the high school is remarking a year of internal NCEA grades for the teacher’s Year 13 class, prompting concern among parents and students some grades will go down.
The teacher, who the Herald has chosen not to name, has been on extended sick leave since the allegations surfaced last month. ¬† ¬† Read more »