NZEI Te Riu Roa President Lynda Stuart says school funding should meet the educational needs of every child.
We asked prominent people from within the sector what they perceived to be the biggest challenge currently facing New Zealand education.
Chief Executive of Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood New Zealand (ECNZ) Kathy Wolfe is calling on political parties to address key policies involving early childhood education.
New education Minister Chris Hipkins will be someone to watch in the new Government writes Mike Williams
There has been much debate given to Auckland's urgent and long overdue physical infrastructure this election but little consideration given to Auckland's appallingly fragile social infrastructure.
Early childhood education could be back on the political agenda after nine cold years of inadequate government action. Dr Sandy Farquhar writes.
Primary school education was seldom mentioned throughout the election campaign and yet for everyone with children or grandchildren education plays an extremely important part in their lives.
Stuart Middleton, Specialist advisor to the Chief Executive, Manukau Institute of Technology argues that we need to think more carefully about how we spend education funding.
Making teaching an attractive career that is accessible to students is vital in ensuring that our best and brightest enter the field.