Monday 26 February

Proof that anecdotes don’t make good Govt policy

Education Minister Chris Hipkins would have been wise to follow his own advice that “anecdotes are not always a good way of making Government policy”, with virtually no extra students taking up tertiary study under his Government’s $2.8 billion fees-free policy, National’s Tertiary Education spokesperson Paul Goldsmith says…

Te Reo classes see surge of interest

Maori Education professor says a surge of people signing up to Te Reo classes is an indication things are getting better for the language…

Inside Parliament: Education changes

1 NEWS Māori Affairs reporter Yvonne Tahana and Sam Sachdeva from Newsroom join political reporter Katie Bradford to discuss those changes…

 

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