Briefing to the Incoming Minister

Our Briefing to the Incoming Education Minister (BIM) was published today, along with those prepared for other Government ministers.

Read our Briefing to the Incoming Education Minister (BIM) here

At the start of every new parliamentary term, the Ministry, along with other Government departments and agencies, prepares a Briefing to the Incoming Education Minister (BIM). The BIM contains high-level information about our functions and services, as well as matters the incoming minister needs to consider.

It highlights our commitment to strengthening educationally powerful connections between education providers and family and whānau, tertiary institutions, employers and communities.

This briefing has a particular focus on curriculum reform and workforce support in early learning and schooling, as well as improving pathways between education and employment.

Publishing the BIM is an opportunity to highlight examples of how we are working with others/mahi tahi to make a difference for learners/ākonga, and to signal important education priorities.

The BIM reinforces our commitment to building an inclusive, equitable and connected education system and underlines how we will continue to work collaboratively with partners at all levels across early learning, schools and the tertiary sector.

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