The Ministry of Education is to survey all Kāhui Ako between 25 October and 8 November, to update the results of our first survey, conducted in 2016.
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Communities bring greater innovation and creativity to teaching and learning for our students.
A new Teaching and School Practices survey tool offers a clear picture to principals and teaching staff about practice and leadership.
The pilot of a new learning support service delivery model in 3 Communities of Learning will be extended to up to 30 nationwide in the next year.
Science and mathematics teachers at Palmerston North East Community of Learning are using their expertise to advocate for their subjects.
Thirty-three projects will receive funding in the latest round of the Teacher-led Innovation Fund (TLIF).
Freyberg High School principal Peter Brooks talks about how making connections has helped challenge some long-held negative perceptions.
PaCT was introduced to primary schools in 2013 to help teachers better understand the learning taking place in their classroom and across a school.
This was an opportunity for the leaders in the Kāhui Ako to share the benefits they’re seeing from working together.