The first stage of Budget 2020 announced on 14 May allocates significant investment in education.
- Early childhood
- Further education
- Media releases
- Ministry of Education
- Information releases
- Learning Support
- Communities of Learning
New Zealand will remain at Alert Level 3 until Thursday 14 May.
Home Learning | Papa Kāinga TV is continuing to support children and young people’s learning – whether they are at school or home.
The Ministry of Education and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) are making changes to NCEA this year in a two-step process.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins last night announced a total $320.8 million investment to support the move to higher quality early learning.
All children and young people will be able to return to on-site learning at Alert Level 2.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins has announced a $20 million fund to help eligible tertiary learners continue their education disrupted by COVID-19.
Classrooms at hundreds of state schools and kura that are small or remote will be upgraded as part of a $160 million property improvement programme.
Te Rangai Reo Māori recently issued the following media statements in relation to Te Mate Urutā: COVID-19.
New Zealand remains at Alert Level 4 and all education services remain physically closed.