The Ministry of Education welcomes the Ombudsman’s report into the use of a ‘time-out room’ at Miramar Central School.
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Today the Ministry of Education is publishing a range of reports after consultation on the proposed Digital Technologies & Hangarau Matihiko curriculum content.
Snow and flooding overnight has closed 7 schools and 2 early learning services in Otago and Southland, effecting 773 students and pre-schoolers.
The Ministry of Education is pleased to announce the development of a new purpose-built wharekura for tamariki in Years 1-13 in Te Awamutu.
Ministry of Education apologises for failures during our early engagement with the Christchurch community over school closures and mergers after the earthquakes
Students will become data detectives in this year's CensusAtSchool/TataurangaKiTeKura - open from 7 February to 7 July 2017.
A new service to improve the way families access learning support for their child will be piloted in the Waiariki-Bay of Plenty region.
An employment court ruling on annualisation arrangements will give greater certainty for school support staff, the Ministry of Education’s Jerome Sheppard said
Acting Secretary of Education Katrina Casey apologises to parents for Ministry's handling of the complaint about the use of seclusion at Miramar Central School