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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.
Whakatāne schools are working together to address attendance and engagement across their community, with an emphasis on putting relationships front and centre.
Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori is here!
The Education and Training Act 2020, containing the biggest changes to New Zealand education in decades, has passed all stages in Parliament and become law.
Students with high and complex learning needs, including their whānau and teachers, will benefit from a $160 million increase to the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme.
Learners who feel safe and confident in themselves and their learning environments, are those who best engage and achieve in education, in work and in life.
The Ministry of Education is set to begin procuring design and construction services for a school property project in Blenheim which will transform...
The Government has released a long-term strategic recovery plan for international education.