A bilingual kaupapa Māori school is on track to open next term after finally finding a kaiako, or teacher.
It’s become expected that for most of the country’s highest-paying, highest-profile roles, you need a tertiary qualification.
Sex, drugs and pornography were just some of the reasons behind 664 teachers being investigated in the past two years.
The flawed decile system will eventually go but not before finding a system that doesn’t further stigmatise children, says the Minister of Education.
Government scraps plans to replace decile funding system for schools with per-child ‘risk index’ subsidies
Education Minister Chris Hipkins has announced the end of work on a risk index to replace the school decile funding system
A Palmerston North school was in sync with children across the ditch this week during a simultaneous book reading.
Five years ago, Glenavon School was under close government monitoring, a struggling school in a struggling community. (Following two stories about finalists)
Rotorua Girls’ High School and John Paul College ‘proud’ to be finalists in Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards
Hawke’s Bay schools Flaxmere College and William Colenso College finalists in Prime Minister’s Excellence Awards
NZ National Party: For the first time in two decades universities in New Zealand will receive no real increase in government funding, while $2.8 billion is being spent on the failed policy to lift participation in tertiary education, National’s Tertiary Education Spokesperson Paula Bennett says.
BCITO: New Zealand’s leading provider of construction and trade apprenticeships is encouraging school leavers to see a career in the trades as a worthwhile choice with the launch of a new digital platform.
TEVice-Chancellors need to accept that cutting jobs to meet narrow performance metrics will do nothing to help rebuild an inclusive tertiary education sector that meets the needs of all New Zealanders, the Tertiary Education Union said today.
ACE: A dynamic range of speakers at next month’s Adult and Community Education (ACE) Conference will guide community educators towards a greater understanding of how community learning can help New Zealanders become global citizens.
Shakti: Shakti Youth is hosting a new generation of youth from migrant and refugee backgrounds who will come together for Youth Week 2018 to share fresh perspectives on the #MeToo movement and feminism on the 26th of May.
Roger Partridge, NZ Initiative: While Reading Recovery may help some children – or even a majority of them – what of those it does not help?