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Funded childcare for essential workers ended at midnight on Friday 8 May 2020 and is no longer available.
The Prime Minister has introduced a nationwide alert system for Covid-19.
Minister Davis has announced that Te Ahu o te Reo Māori will continue to be delivered through the first half of 2020.
A new action plan will set the direction and vision for early learning for the next 10 years.
The Government has temporarily increased the number of discretionary hours available to teacher-led centre-based services.
Today the Ministry of Education is beginning consultation on two proposals aimed at easing pressure on teacher-led ECE centres.
Healthy Active Learning is a new $47.6 million initiative that will be delivered as part of the Government’s 2019 Wellbeing Budget.
'Shaping a Stronger Education System with New Zealanders’ is a blueprint for change based on the rich conversations we have had with almost 50,000 New Zealander
New Zealand’s education system continues to perform well compared with other developed countries, with high levels of participation and achievement.