Edgecumbe schools back in action this week beginning 1 May 2017
- Early childhood
- Further education
- Media releases
- Ministry of Education
- Information releases
- Learning Support
- Communities of Learning
A newly-released report has confirmed that Communities of Learning│Kāhui Ako are ‘growing in momentum’
Severe wet weather caused by Cyclone Cook has now closed 137 schools and 133 early learning centres across the North Island.
Te Whāriki, NZ's world leading early learning curriculum has been updated.
Discussions with the education sector found that the current funding system isnt doing enough to raise achievement for all learners.
Tender opportunities are now available for two Early Childhood Education (ECE) initiatives - Engaging Priority Families (EPF) and Supported Playgroups.
We’d like to reassure parents that older children will continue to get the learning support they need.
On behalf of the Minister of Education, the Ministry of Education is seeking candidates who are interested in becoming members of the Education Council.
ECE services should ensure they read the NZQA assessment of overseas teachers’ qualifications before offering them a teaching position.