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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Opinion: Roger Smyth – how the new government will transform tertiary education

ROGER SMYTH anticipates some interesting changes for New Zealand’s tertiary education system under a Labour-NZ First government.

What would New Zealand education look like under an NZ First government?

JUDE BARBACK talks to NZ First's education spokesperson Tracey Martin about her party's education policies.

Stocktake of policies on te reo Māori in schools

It is Te Wiki o te reo Maori (Maori Language week) and just ten days until the general election. In light of the week’s theme Kia Ora te Reo Maori – Let the Maori Language live, we examine each of the political parties policy on te reo Maori.

Schools won’t pay for solar panel rollout

Principals are behind an idea to fit schools with solar panels - but aren't prepared to foot the bill.

Opinion: Alwyn Poole – Nine reasons National Standards aren’t working (and other issues with...

Alwyn Poole discusses the almost complete lack of focus on Year 1 – 13 Education in the Election Campaign.

What would New Zealand education look like under a National government?

In the final of Education Central's interview series about political parties' education policies, JUDE BARBACK talks to Education Minister Nikki Kaye about National's plans for education.

Election year special: what do we want New Zealand education to look like?

With a General Election looming, Education Review asked political and sector leaders for their respective thoughts on the direction that New Zealand education should be taking.

Opinion: Catherine Delahunty – our schools need to be for everyone

The Green Party's education spokesperson Catherine Delahunty is a strong advocate for inclusive education.

Opinion: Nikki Kaye – 5 benefits of getting rid of the decile system

Education Minister Nikki Kaye takes us through the benefits of getting rid of the decile system and implementing a new system with additional funding

New Education Minister welcomed with a briefing from educators

The announcement today of Chris Hipkins as the new Education Minister and Tracey Martin, Kelvin Davis and Jenny Salesa as Associate Education Ministers is great news for children and educators.

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