The Ministry and NZEI Te Riu Roa have signed the terms of reference for the administration staff in schools, and Kaiārahi i te reo pay equity claims.
- Early childhood
- Further education
- Media releases
- Ministry of Education
- Information releases
- Learning Support
- Communities of Learning
The Ministry is well-advanced in addressing concerns outlined in Te Tāmata Huaroa, a report released by ERO today.
Children aged 2 to 6 and their whānau can continue to enjoy programming on Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV.
The digital app for Pacific families includes key information about education in 10 Pacific languages and English.
Further changes to NCEA and University Entrance (UE) requirements will be made for this school year to support students in light of the disruption of COVID-19.
The first stage of Budget 2020 announced on 14 May allocates significant investment in education.
The Ministry of Education and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) are making changes to NCEA this year in a two-step process.
Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV will start education broadcasting for early learners and students (Years 1–10) from 9am on Wednesday April 15.
We are working with a number of partners to support schools and kura to deliver distance learning when Term 2 begins on 15 April.
Children and young people with learning support needs, and their whānau, are still getting the help they need over the lockdown period.