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The March April edition of the PPTA News: The magazine of New Zealand secondary teachers. 

Table of contents: 

The revolution will not be automated pg. 3;
Bringing out the best in your neighbourhood pg. 4;
PPTA branch wins pay equity for part-time members pg. 5;
Unflappable dedication to fairness and equity (Guy Allan award) pg.6;
Engaging with the decision makers pg. 7; 
An extraordinary job (principal profile)  pg.8-9;
Against hatred we send love (messages of support for ChCh) pg. 10-11;
The lowdown on the Tomorrow’s Schools taskforce pg. 12;
The fishhooks in the Tomorrow’s Schools report pg. 13;
I feel like I’ve taught nearly everyone in Christchurch (honorary member profile) p.14;
10 ways to teach me (Ngā Manu Korero) pg.15; 
Challenging new play has community at its core pg. 16-17; 
Salary assessment and self-employment (Out in the field) pg. 18
Demystifying Digital Technologies (TRCC) pg.19; 
PPTA News online pg. 20. 

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