The research found young women feel immense pressure to have it all.
"They are getting food that they've requested and it's delivered in a healthy way."
"A lot of people were trying to make it about themselves as much as about climate change."
A review of the programme for under-fives also found it was falling short for disabled and high-needs children, and whānau.
But the university has vowed to create just as many jobs as it's getting rid of.
The business faculty were "appalled" to learn the cheating in most cases had no bearing on the students' final marks.
The bus driver also aggressively confronted the 13-year-old.
The teacher hasn't been stood down and is instead currently on leave.
Massey University confirms these issues weren't raised during his acceptance - despite the police vetting process.
"Getting stood down for three days, they're going to go out and carry on vaping."
"At a national level we actually need more conversation and dialogue about discrimination."
It comes after a student blew the whistle on "widespread, organised cheating" during exams last month.
The school is not only giving students a free lunch, it's employing local families to make the food.
One says fights are occurring almost daily on school grounds and the school isn't doing enough to stop it.
By the end of 2020, writing scores for children in years 5 - 7 were lower than in 2019 by the equivalent of more than five weeks of learning.
The survey revealed more than 400 students had been sexually assaulted and over 20 said they'd been raped.
Harassment was most likely to happen outside of school, around town and even on public transport, the survey found.
An Auckland University lecturer said people who were not enrolled had attended his lectures and appeared to be gathering intelligence.
One Green Bay High School student said the act was an "invasion of privacy".
The Education Ministry and Oranga Tamariki failed the girl because they did not do enough to help her, says the grandmother.