The Ministry of Education generates large volumes of material in its role as the Government’s lead advisor on Aotearoa New Zealand’s education system.
We are committed to openness and accountability, and proactively release much of the information that we generate and hold.
We proactively release:
- advice that the Minister and Associate Ministers of Education see from us,
- our responses to some Official Information Act requests,
- package releases of information specific to certain announcements,
- expenses incurred by the Secretary for Education,
- statistical information on Education Counts.
Advice seen by our Ministers
Each year we produce hundreds of pieces of advice on the education system. As part of our commitment to openness in government, we release reports the Ministers have considered as soon as we are able to.
Responses to Official Information Act requests
Under the Official Information Act 1982 (OIA), eligible persons can request and receive information held by Ministers or departments, including the Ministry of Education. We publish selected responses to OIA requests so that information is more readily available to the public.
You can read the OIA here: http://legislation.govt.nz/act/public/1982/0156/latest/DLM64785.html (external link)
Issue-specific information releases
For areas where there's a high degree of public interest, the Ministry may choose to publish an information release.
Disclosure of expenses
The goal of Education Counts is to increase the availability and accessibility of information about education statistics and research.
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