Monday 31 July

Over $1 million granted for research about children

Over $1 million has been granted to a mix of academic, public and private researchers from the Superu Children and Families Research Fund…

Student survey delayed by lack of responses

Results from a $500,000 online survey that shows what students think of their courses are running late…

UnitedFuture proposes ‘bold plan’ for tertiary education

UnitedFuture proposes a bold new approach to tertiary education policy, which would see New Zealand finally offer free education at every level of study…

Improved funding for children at risk of not achieving

Education Minister Nikki Kaye today confirmed the Government will replace the decile system for schools with targeted funding to better support those students most at risk of not achieving.

Changing the paradigm of design in the early childhood sector

It’s a passion for design, the environment and quality education that drives the minds behind New Shoots Children’s Centres.

NZEI launches ‘Vote For Me, Vote for Education‘ Campaign

Children have more at stake than most in this year’s general election. They can’t vote, so NZEI Te Riu Roa is asking New Zealanders to vote for children by voting for education when we choose which party to support in September.

School decile system to be scrapped by govt

The government will replace the decile system for schools with targeted funding to better support disadvantaged children, says Education Minister Nikki Kaye.

Education should be a Key Issue this election

With education it is important to keep in mind that every year a cohort graduates and if, as a nation of parents, politicians and teachers, we have not done our very best by them then we have failed in our privileged duty. We are a wealthy and small country with a self-proclaimed (and often genuinely earned) reputation for innovation and excellence. We have also had nine years of the “rock-star” economy…

Community of Learning ready to roll in Mahurangi

Darrel Goosen, Julie Turner, Cynthia Holden, Helen Pearson, Ingrid Norman, Kathryn Ramel, David McLeod and Gary O’Brien have worked together for 18 months to establish the new Mahurangi Kahui Ako.

 

 

 

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