Today at 12.30pm, Post Primary Teachers' Association (PPTA) president Angela Roberts joins us in the Stuff newsroom to help answer parents' questions about how to select the best school for their child.
Just how important are NCEA results when deciding where to send your child to school? Should you send your son to the school around the corner? What should you do if you're not in the zone for the school you really want to send your daughter to?
Picking a school for your nearest and dearest can quickly become overwhelming.
Yesterday, the expanded School Report tool launched here on Stuff.co.nz. The site - schoolreport.stuff.co.nz - contains National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) results for Years 11, 12 and 13 students for every secondary school in the country.
The data is broken down by gender and ethnicity and includes each school's scholarship, literacy and numeracy results.
This live chat begins at 12.30pm. The comment box will be open from 11.30am for you to leave questions in advance.
To view this live chat on mobile click here.
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