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An ebook and video depicting a group of young primary age has been retold as part of the first new te reo Māori curriculum resources.
Almost 16,500 New Zealanders, from all walks of life, have responded to the Education Conversation | Kōrero Mātauranga online survey.
The National Beginning Teachers Induction Grant is one of the ways the Ministry of Education is working with the sector to help schools fill teacher vacancies.
From now until December, the Government wants to hear from as many people as possible to help ensure New Zealand is the best place to be a child.
The Prime Minister’s new Chief Science Advisor has set out ambitious goals for change in the education system.
Every day, south Auckland teacher Moetagi Fakaalofa speaks four languages in the classroom.
Often when students leave high school they are not aware of the range of job opportunities available.
Schools are encouraged to use the CLA service before this service comes to an end in December 2018.
The foundation principal for the new Wanaka South School will be Mrs Jodie Howard, currently the Deputy Principal at Hawea Flat school.