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Awards recognise outstanding tertiary educators

Prime Minister Bill English last night helped acknowledge some of the country's most outstanding tertiary educators, over a parliamentary dinner at the Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards.

Moved to tears: celebrating the first health and wellbeing apprenticeships

Editor JUDE BARBACK attends the inaugural Careerforce Workforce Development Conference Graduation and Awards Ceremony in Wellington.

Lightbulb moment: a sustainable practice that is saving schools’ money

Education Central looks at why LED lighting makes environmental, financial, social and sustainable sense for schools.

Kiwi scholarship recipients bound for Latin America

Lucy McLean is looking forward to living in Buenos Aires for three months, working as an intern for a small start-up music business and studying Spanish. The Victoria University student is one of the 11 individual recipients...

Shine like a diamond: PM’s supreme award winner

Education Review asks Te Taka Keegan, recipient of this year’s Prime Minister’s Supreme Award at the Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards, about what it takes to shine in tertiary teaching.

Work experience opportunity for business students

The 2017 Achiever Programme offers university students from across Australia and New Zealand an opportunity to gain valuable work experience to set themselves up to succeed in a career in business.

Applications for $200k Youth Fund 2018 open

Youth Minister Nikki Kaye announced today that applications have opened for Youth Fund 2018.

Entries to open for Education Excellence Awards

2018 Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards will cover early childhood education, primary and secondary schooling, as well as Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako.

The hunt is on for NZ’s young gardener of the year

Applications for the T&G Garden to Table Young Gardener of the Year Awards open today.

Young people – have your say on our education system

Registrations close Sunday 3 September for the Youth Advisory Group and Online Youth Forum that gives young people the chance to have a say about education in New Zealand.
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