Ngā Mōhiohio Paetae Tūmatanui 2016. Te whai wahi atu ki te mātauranga kōhungahunga, me ngā paetae i roto i Ngā Paerewa ā-Motu, Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki me te NCE
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2016 Public Achievement Information. Participation in early childhood education, and achievement in National Standards, Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori and NCEA.
Originally established in 1994 to address the problem of ‘booklessness’ the Duffy Books in Homes programme is still spreading the joy of reading to young child.
Two Māori educational icons, Distinguished Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith and Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith, received Lifetime Achievement Awards.
The overarching vision of the Holocaust Centre of New Zealand is to inspire and empower individuals to stand against prejudice and apathy.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has released new teaching resources and a science and technology roadmap.
Parents should keep in contact with schools and ECEs after further bad weather in the Canterbury region
A Youth Advisory Group and Online Youth Forum have been set up so that young people aged 14 to 18 have the opportunity to have a say about education.
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.