The following organisations provide information and resources about studying and teaching in New Zealand.
Education New Zealand (ENZ)
Education New Zealand (ENZ) is the lead Government agency for the promotion of New Zealand education internationally.
ENZ works to build awareness of New Zealand as a study destination and to pave the way for exporting education institutions and businesses.
Education Payroll – Rārangi Utu ā-Mātauranga
Education Payroll – Rārangi Utu ā-Mātauranga delivers accurate, timely and secure payroll service to state schools on behalf of the Ministry of Education.
Education Review Office (ERO) — Te Tari Arotake Mātauranga
The Education Review Office (ERO) reviews and reports publicly on the quality of education in all New Zealand schools and early childhood education services.
ERO also publishes national reports on current education topics.
Network for Learning (N4L)
Network for Learning (N4L) is a Crown-owned technology company that provides faster, safer internet for Aotearoa New Zealand’s schools and kura. N4L is committed to helping all ākonga thrive in a digital world, and driven by coming up with smart ideas that are simply delivered – so kaiako can focus on teaching and ākonga can focus on learning.
New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA)
The NZQA ensures that New Zealand qualifications are regarded as credible and robust, nationally and internationally.
Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand
The Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand is the professional body for New Zealand teachers.
As well as championing best practise and leadership, the Council:
- is responsible for the registration and ongoing certification of teachers in New Zealand
- supports the processes to make sure teachers meet and maintain the necessary standards needed to teach
- manages the systems for ensuring teachers are competent
- administers the process for managing complaints about teachers.
Tertiary Education Commission — Te Amorangi Mātauranga Matua
The Tertiary Education Commission is responsible for government-funded post-compulsory education and training offered in New Zealand.
The Correspondence School — Te Kura
The Correspondence School — Te Kura provides distance education from early childhood level to Year 13.
The school's learning advisors, teachers and in-region staff work with students, their families and communities to help students achieve their potential.
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