The draft Disability and Learning Support Action Plan, released by Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin, proposes “a central data collection process” for all children with learning needs – about one in five, or 160,000, schoolchildren.
The Massey University Council has backed under-fire vice chancellor Jan Thomas despite emails revealing a push to ban Don Brash from speaking on the Palmerston North campus.
A hard core of history teachers refuse to teach the country’s colonial history, say two academics.
A leader in the Kōhanga reo movement is speaking out against making Māori lessons compulsory in schools.
NZGovt: Children and young people who need extra support are at the heart of a new draft Action Plan released today by Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin.
NZEI: NZEI Te Riu Roa is welcoming the Government’s plan for a Learning Support Coordinator in every school to work with our most vulnerable children and to get them the support that they need as part of a draft disability and learning support action plan published today.
Let me share some insights as to why the historical mistreatment and oppression of disabled people hasn’t vanished but instead changed in shape. It’s subtle.