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Ka Hikitia is the Māori Education Strategy and Tau Mai Te Reo is the Māori Language in Education Strategy.
Research tells us that students who feel safe and confident in themselves and in their learning environments are those who best engage and achieve...
The Government will provide a $50 million Urgent Response Fund (URF) for centre-based early learning services, schools and kura.
Last October Newshub ran a story regarding a survey undertaken by the Ministry in association with International Data Company (IDC).
Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV is screening on TV 2 and 2+1 for the last time this Friday, but will be available anytime OnDemand.
Senior secondary students who helped out at home, worked part-time or did unpaid volunteer work during the COVID-19 lockdown may be able to earn credits...
From 1 July 2020 a new pilot fund will provide teacher aides with easier access to professional learning and development (PLD) opportunities.
Applications are now open for the second round of the Creatives in Schools programme, which partners professional artists and creative practitioners...
The Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards will not be held this year in light of COVID-19.