The NZEI Te Riu Roa union is holding a series of meetings around the country to discuss the Ministry’s collective agreement offer for primary principals.
Secondary schools and wharekura throughout New Zealand can now recognise vocational excellence with a new award.
The Learning Support Action Plan 2019-2025 was launched on 26 July by Associate Education Minister Tracey Martin at Green Bay High School in Auckland.
Case studies of primary schools that have successfully raised student achievement in writing.
Secondary teachers have cancelled their rostering home of Year 11 and 12 students that had been planned for Tuesday 25 June and Tuesday 2 July.
NZEI Te Riu Roa, which represents around 1,800 primary school principals, has notified the Ministry and affected Boards of Trustees of a partial strike.
Case studies in the latest report from the Education Review Office (ERO) show how six schools have successfully kept students engaged and achieving in writing.
In a Budget 2019 initiative, Decile 1-7 schools may now choose to opt into a donations scheme and receive $150 per student.
Our secondary school qualification, NCEA, is to be strengthened to address over-assessment and fragmented learning.
NZEI Te Riu Roa and NZPPTA have announced they will hold industrial strike action on 29 May 2019.
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A draft strategic plan for early learning for the next 10 years is now open for public consultation.
NZEI Te Riu Roa confirms further rolling strikes from 12-16 November
The Curriculum, Progress and Achievement Ministerial Advisory Group has nine emerging ideas to help make sure that every child in NZ makes progress in learning.
The Fees Free website has been updated with new information for those wanting to enrol for provider-based tertiary study or industry training in 2019.
The Ministerial Advisory Group for Curriculum, Progress and Achievement has developed nine emerging ideas and wants to know what educators think.
For Hillside Primary School in Central Southland, measuring and reporting on students’ progress across the curricula is business as usual.