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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.
From 1 July 2020 a new pilot fund will provide teacher aides with easier access to professional learning and development (PLD) opportunities.
A $32m programme will establish 40 new curriculum leads to work with schools, kura, centre-based early learning services and kōhanga reo.
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.
In December 2019, the Government introduced the Education and Training Bill. The Bill is the biggest rewrite of education legislation in decades.
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.