Thursday 20 April

Māori medium Educators and Iwi gather in Wellington

Educators and iwi gathered at a Hui in Wellington for discussions on Te Rāngai Kāhui Ako ā-Iwi, a framework provided to iwi to ensure the future sustainability of Maori-medium education and build on the recent successes of Māori educational achievement.

Minister says ‘tensions’ in tertiary education need careful … – Stuff

Changes to tertiary education to prepare people for having multiple jobs through their lives could be on the way.

Hekia Parata reflects on role as Education Minister

Departing Education Minister Hekia Parata looks back on her time in charge of the portfolio.

Special Funds for Special Education Needed Now

‘Principals are calling for additional resources to deal with the growing number of students presenting with high behavioural and learning needs,’ says Whetu Cormick, President of the New Zealand Principals’ Federation (NZPF).

Kiwi students report second-highest rate of bullying in international study

The finding is included in the third volume of data to be published from the OECD’s latest three-yearly survey as part of the Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) carried out in 2015. Survey answers from New Zealand showed just over a …

 Potential barriers to innovation in tertiary education revealed

A new report from the Productivity Commission has identified potential barriers to innovation within New Zealand’s tertiary education system. The New Models of Tertiary Education report is a broad-ranging inquiry into how well New Zealand’s tertiary …

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