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Judging panel for the PM’s Excellence Awards announced

Adventurer and outdoor education provider Sir Graeme Dingle and Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero are among those who will judge the 2018 Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Award finalists, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said today.

Student spotlight: Maori Scholarship winner awarded Dux

Year 13 student Carym Wharerau enjoyed great success in his final year of school at Okaihau School.

Business woman Sarah Reo humbled to receive honour

A Havelock North woman humbly accepted her New Year Honour on behalf of many who she says deserved it more.

Secondary students encouraged to enter inaugural Crimson awards

A new set of national awards for student athletes, leaders, entrepreneurs, performers and academics have been launched by Crimson Education.

Scholarships to AUT give four Northlanders chance to eventually assist their hapu

Four young Northlanders have received scholarships aimed at supporting Maori to gain qualifications that will assist in the growth of their hapu.

Unlocking Curious Minds fund recipients announced for 2018

Funding for 33 innovative science projects through the 2018 Unlocking Curious Minds contestable fund has been announced.

Rotorua student a John Waller Memorial Scholarship winner

A Rotorua student is one of three inaugural winners of the John Waller Memorial Scholarships at the University of Canterbury.

Research projects to improve outcomes for learners share $1.3 million in funding

The Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) has awarded over $1.3 million in funding to eight projects, which are expected to improve outcomes for learners.

Bridging theory and practice – the value of the Aitken Fellowship

As Bill Hubbard reaches the end of his first year as a recipient of the Aitken fellowship, he reflects on that year and what makes the Aitken Fellowship so valuable to both himself and to the wider education sector.

Life Education Trust hero celebrated

Astrid Martin has been changing the lives of young New Zealanders for more than two decades.
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