Today, we released the first progress report for the Action Plan for Pacific Education 2020-2022.
- Early childhood
- Further education
- Media releases
- Ministry of Education
- Information releases
- Learning Support
- Communities of Learning
Following consultation, the Minister of Education has confirmed fee regulation settings for provider-based fees in the tertiary education system for 2024.
We are thrilled to partner with the National Association of Women in Construction, the leading voice for New Zealand women in the construction industry.
The Action Plan for Pacific Education has been refreshed in 2023 to set out the next set of actions to support Pacific education success.
From 16 January to 10 February 2023, the Ministry be consulting on proposed amendments to the Education (Early Childhood Services) Regulations 2008.
The Accord agreed between the Ministry, NZEI Te Riu Roa and PPTA Te Wehengarua included a commitment to review how schools are resourced for teacher aides.
CO2 monitors will be temporarily installed at three schools this week.
The Ministry is seeking feedback on draft rules and guidelines on the use of physical restraint in schools.
From 1 December 2020, people on temporary work, student or visitor visas who can’t return home and can’t support themselves due to the impacts of COVID-19 may g
Te Ahu o te Reo Māori encourages the education workforce to grow their confidence in using te reo and integrating it into the learning of all ākonga/students.