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Supporting learning progress once students are back at school – useful teaching strategies and tools
Supporting learning progress once students are back at school – useful resources and tips for years 1 to 13.
Whakatāne schools are working together to address attendance and engagement across their community, with an emphasis on putting relationships front and centre.
The Ministry of Education is seeking providers to help roll out a nationwide programme to increase the te reo Māori capability of the education workforce.
The Government announced a new border exception category that will allow 250 international PhD and postgraduate students to enter New Zealand.
The 15 March 2019 mosque attacks required an unprecedented response from schools and early learning services in Christchurch.
A number of questions were raised as a result of the lockdown on 15 March 2019.
The Pacific Education Support Fund has been extended to applicants from the Waikato, Hawke's Bay – Tairāwhiti, Wellington, Canterbury and the Chatham Islands.
The Government is committing $8.94 million, over three years, to support the wellbeing of educators in early learning, schools and kura.
A mental health education and wellbeing resource for teachers