Tuesday 18 July

Lack of fluent te reo Maori speakers could hamper teaching in South Canterbury

A New Zealand Council for Educational Research report proposes raising the status of, and increasing the use of, te reo by making it a core curriculum subject.

Christchurch family’s fight for special-needs son ‘highlights mainstreaming challenges’

Phil Dobson says his family’s experience with his son Alex at Christchurch’s Merrin School highlights shortcomings in the Ministry of Education’s inclusion policy.

Studying in Auckland included as part of the curriculum

Auckland is set to welcome a new group of Korean international students, thanks to an agreement which sees the inclusion of studying in New Zealand’s largest city as part of the curriculum at the training institute, Koguryeo College.




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