Wednesday 7 March

New education programme launches to support entrepreneurship

Aspiring and seasoned entrepreneurs alike will see their business ideas reach new heights thanks to two high-profile business leaders who have developed an entrepreneurial education programme to put New Zealand at the top of the world map when it comes to innovation…

Women nailing careers in the trade

Female trade apprentices are loving their career choice, but few considered a career in building or construction while they were at school, research shows…

Ministry of Education seeks feedback on guns in schools guidelines

The Ministry of Education and New Zealand School Trustees Association are seeking public feedback on draft guidelines for firearms in schools…

Strategic Planning Vital For E-learning Success at Wānanga

In a report launched at the Innovation Partnership Forum, Ms Lindsay Baxter, Acting Tumutaumatua at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is calling for stronger strategic planning to ensure the successful implementation of e-learning at wānanga.

Charter school mum: ‘You are not excluded if you’re not good enough’

Millie Tapusoa’s son punched a girl in the face soon after he started at the South Auckland Middle School. But he wasn’t punished…

New performance competition for high school students

New performance competition for high school students aiming high The opportunity for high school students to create pieces of performance art has an all-new stage, with ART IN MOTION (A.I.M.) treading the boards this June. A grassroots event designed …New performance competition for high school students aiming high


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