Universities say they are facing a “here-and-now tsunami of need that is not being met” by community and district health board services.
A cluster of low decile Northland schools is on track to outperform many higher decile schools around New Zealand through digital learning.
A West Coast teacher fired four weeks after revealing her HIV positive status had laid a complaint with the Human Rights Commission.
Former Myanmar refugees are learning new skills and English on the job with a Nelson insulation company.
Two North Shore High School 1st XV rugby teams have divided sports fans after a video of their haka challenges went viral on Facebook.
A strong portrayal of a character commonly thought of as being weak has been applauded at a national competition.
MoE: A new survey launched today will contribute to developing the government’s 10-year Strategic Plan for Early Learning, says Nancy Bell, Director of Early Learning at the Ministry of Education. See also: Ministry requests input in future direction of early learning
NZ National Party: National’s Education spokesperson Nikki Kaye says the extraordinary admission by Kelvin Davis that he will not answer questions regarding the impact of his Government’s policies on young Māori raises more serious questions about the Government’s handling of partnership schools.
Gisborne District Council: Learning Outside of The Classroom museum education programmes will continue to be delivered to meet the targets set by Ministry of Education. This service is offered to all of the 65 schools in the region, with around 8600 participating students.
Horizons Regional Council: HRC will be helping St Johns Hill School to celebrate retaining their Green Gold status for the Enviroschools programme, which is the highest achievable status, on Friday 15 June.
Lynne Bowyer and Deborah Stevens: The current dehumanising system locates “deficiencies” and “failure” in the young person, rather than in the systems that are imposed on the young person.
I completed my Post Graduate Certificate in Secondary Education in the UK back in 2006 and I have had my qualifications assessed and recognised by the NZQA, allowing me to continue a teaching career in New Zealand.