Rāmere, te 29 o Pipiri

NCEA pass rates drop in more accurate count

The Qualifications Authority said national pass rates for the three levels of the NCEA and for UE were 0.2 to 0.9 percent lower under the new method for calculating the figures.

Kura rolls leap as immersion option proves popular

According to the Government’s Education Counts website the number of students attending Māori medium schools nationally increased by 16 per cent, or 2646 students between 2012 and 2017.

New era as Marlborough’s first kaupapa Māori school opens

The school, a two-classroom satellite unit of Renwick School based at Omaka Marae in Blenheim, was officially opened during a dawn ceremony on Friday.

Half-day strike a chance after teacher pay vote

Primary school teacher strikes are now a real possibility judging by the mood of Manawatū educators at a special union meeting called to vote on latest pay offer.

Students enjoying paperless approach

Almost completely abandoning pens, paper and books could have spelled disaster for Te Wharekura o Te Kaokaoroa o Pātetere.

Learning in nature brings conservation to education

“Time in nature is not leisure time; it’s an essential investment in our children’s health”.

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Funding changes to increase quality of lifelong learning opportunities

NZGovt: Foundation level te reo Māori is one of many tertiary programmes to benefit from a funding rate increase, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said. The rate increase of $1000 per full time equivalent place comes into effect next year and applies to a number of Student Achievement Component (SAC) level 1 and 2 programmes provided by tertiary education organisations.

Te Rito Maioha welcomes per student funding increase

 

Embracing a place and space that celebrates Māori

UNICEF: For 22 years Kararaina Luke, of Te Atiawa and Ngāruahine i te Rangi, has been a school principal. She talks to UNICEF NZ about past, present and the future for Māori children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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