Monday 26 March

Proposed Education Bill could be disastrous for disadvantage

Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) says that if passed, the Education (Social Investment Funding and Abolition of Decile System) Amendment Bill could put schools serving income poor and materially deprived communities at risk of losing funding they desperately need, and their students at increased risk of bias and stigma…

Kids, parents and whānau to help shape education

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is asking children, young people and their parents to share their vision for education and help shape its future, as part of a major review of the entire sector.

Petition launched to improve school reporting

A petition to improve the quality of school and parental reporting has been launched today by National’s Education Spokesperson Nikki Kaye…

Marlborough community of learning programme boosts boys’ literacy

Boys, Māori and Pacific Island pupils are lagging behind in literacy skills, but an individualised approach to teaching has boosted achievement in Marlborough…

Art exhibition explores barriers to Māori learning

‘Barriers to Māori ways of learning’ is the theme of a new art exhibition named Ārai at Wintec’s RAMP Gallery in Hamilton…

 

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