Sunday, February 24, 2019
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A counselling career change

New graduate diploma at Avondale College of Higher Education provides new pathway for professionals.

Fiji Mission to privatise boarding school

Fiji Mission says the move is necessary to protect Bible classes and retain the special Adventist character of the school.

Record Rewind: A formidable teacher

Mary Maud Smart had a tremendous impact on Adventist education over the course of her 46 years as a teacher, supervisor and "dreaded inspector".

Scholars on show at Avondale graduation

A growing research culture has seen Avondale graduate the largest number of higher degree by research and PhD students in the one class this year.

First conference brings tertiary teacher trainers together

Teacher educators at Seventh-day Adventist tertiary institutions across the South Pacific will seek to collaborate on development and research after attending the inaugural conference.

Small school receives big boost

Students at Pavaere Adventist Primary School are excited to use new laptops and learning aids that were handed over September 13.

Kempsey students grow with Festival of Cre8ivity

The last week of August was very eventful for the students at Kempsey Adventist School (KAS), as they embarked on Project Based Learning projects at a "Festival of Cre8ivity".

Adventist land in Papua New Guinea declared a protected area

The government’s peak environmental protection authority (CEPA) recently declared a "ridge-to-reef" land and marine protected area that includes two Adventist institutions and one campground.

New Zealand students honoured for outstanding leadership

The three students, from Adventist schools across North New Zealand, received the Sir Peter Blake Young Leader Award.

Avondale reduces staffing levels to help balance budget

A lower enrolment this year, following a near record graduation class size last year, has left a $2 million-plus budget deficit.
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