Education Minister Chris Hipkins has announced significant changes to NCEA Level 1 that would provide students with a broader foundation and more pathways.
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The Teaching Council has developed an enhanced induction and mentoring programme for beginning teachers who have been impacted by COVID-19.
Based on feedback from 50,000 New Zealanders on the future of education, the Minister of Education has published a Statement of National Education and Learning.
The local state of emergency declared in Napier due to widespread flooding remains in place.
The Ministry’s teacher supply update for the 2021 school year has been released.
Privacy Act changes may affect schools and early learning services.
Supporting learning progress once students are back at school – useful teaching strategies and tools
Supporting learning progress once students are back at school – useful resources and tips for years 1 to 13.
Whakatāne schools are working together to address attendance and engagement across their community, with an emphasis on putting relationships front and centre.
The Ministry of Education is seeking providers to help roll out a nationwide programme to increase the te reo Māori capability of the education workforce.
The Government announced a new border exception category that will allow 250 international PhD and postgraduate students to enter New Zealand.