Run-down, unpopular schools could get make-overs to improve their image and encourage more parents to send their children there.
Cases of rough handling, inadequate supervision and children going unfed have surfaced in a horrific catalogue of complaints against early childhood education services.
A preliminary assessment of the national conversation to develop a vision for the future of education has found support for better teaching of Māori culture and history.
NZGovt: The national conversation to develop a vision for the future of education, and on making changes to education, is proving ‘hugely popular’ with teachers, principals, parents, young people, and communities, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said.
MoE: A new report released by the Ministry of Education reflects the Ministry’s ongoing commitment to giving parents confidence in the early childhood education (ECE) sector, says Deputy Secretary Sector Enablement and Support Katrina Casey.
Early Childhood Council (ECC): The Early Childhood Council (ECC) welcomes the findings of the 2017 Early Childhood Education (ECE) Complaint and Incidents Report, released by the Ministry of Education.
Merepeka Raukawa-Tait: David Seymour explained at the opening that charter schools were public schools of choice. Families choose them for their children.