Have your say on the future of education in New Zealand

The Government has launched the Education Conversation | Kōrero Mātauranga and wants to hear the views of all New Zealanders who have an interest in education.

The conversation needs to hear voices from all parts of the community, including children, young people, adult learners and those with learning support needs, their parents, whānau, communities, Māori, Pasifika, teachers, researchers and education leaders at all levels, disability organisations, and employers and industry.

The Education Conversation | Kōrero Mātauranga, which was launched by the Prime Minister, Rt Hon. Jacinda Ardern, on 23 March, will include an Education Summit in May, consisting of two events – in Christchurch on 5-6 May and Auckland on 12-13 May.

Stakeholders are working with the Ministry to nominate participants for the Summit events. Not everyone will be able to participate in the Summit, due primarily to venue capacity, so the Summit will be followed by regional opportunities for participation in the Education Conversation | Kōrero Mātauranga.

An online public survey has also been launched and everyone is encouraged to have their say. The survey is available at conversation.education.govt.nz.

To join the conversation on social media, #EdConvo18.

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