The programme that gives schools the option of running NCEA exams online will receive an additional $8 million for the 2018 and 2019 school years, Education Minister Chris Hipkins announced today.
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.
A group of Taupō teachers have developed a pilot programme to encourage young students to enrol in subjects that will help them fill gaps in the job market.
National leader Simon Bridges focuses on education, crime and beneficiaries in annual conference speech
National Party leader Simon Bridges has committed to bolstering the number of primary school teachers and to pay them more, but any detailed policy in this area is still two years away.
Te reo is undergoing a revival in New Zealand, with jam-packed classes and waiting lists now common. Māori language teachers from Auckland in the North Island to Dunedin and Invercargill in the South say they are unable to meet demand for their services and free classes routinely draw hundreds of students.
The principal of a Kawerau Māori medium school says it’s time to end unconscious bias and racism towards Māori principals by their non-Māori counterparts.
NZGovt: “After nine years refusing to fund education properly, the National opposition’s u-turn on class sizes and early childhood quality is just not believable,” Education Minister Chris Hipkins said.
NZGovt: “Be proud of your language and protect its future” is the theme of this year’s Cook Islands Language Week.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development: The Rukuhia Global Leadership Programme has attracted 141 tertiary level international students from 28 education institutes from around Auckland.
Charter Schools always seemed to be a solution searching for a problem.