A play space based on Māori astronomy and designed by students in consultation with local Iwi has been built at a South Auckland school.
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A Ngāti Toa learning hub, Te Puna Mātauranga, is supporting Māori education achievement through a unique model of collaboration.
The Minister has announced changes to the Education Act to allow the creation of a code of practice for pastoral care of domestic tertiary students.
The roadshow aims to encourage conversations about our dual heritage and shared future.
The Government has temporarily increased the number of discretionary hours available to teacher-led centre-based services.
The Government’s vision for the future of New Zealand education reflects the overwhelming aspirations of New Zealanders, as expressed in the Kōrero Mātauranga,
The new individual employment agreements for kindergarten, primary, secondary and area school teachers will be made available on Tuesday 1 October.
A new toolkit is now available to help young people and school leavers gain the core skills and knowledge they need to help launch their post-school lives.
Addressing the impacts of socio-economic disadvantage on learners’ outcomes is critical to ensuring everyone is supported to achieve their full potential.
A third Strike 4 Climate is planned for Friday 27 September.