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Education Matters to Me: detailed reports published

A series of six more detailed reports have been published following the release of Education Matters To Me, a study conducted jointly by the Office of the Children’s Commissioner (OCC) and the New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA) which sought to examine how students feel about education in New Zealand.

Te reo Maori to be taught to kids in Sydney from Otangarei

From small town Otangarei a local teacher could be teaching te reo to a group of Maori students across the ditch.

Online survey to help drive revitalisation of te reo Māori

An online survey has been launched to help understand the initiatives already underway driving the revitalisation of te reo Māori with the intention of creating a free database.

‘Unprecedented’ demand for te reo Maori classes

Education providers are struggling to keep up with demand of Kiwis flocking to learn te reo Māori

Education Minister announces major education reforms

The Government has announced a three-year work programme to bring about significant changes to New Zealand's education system.

Māori school feeds body, mind and spirit for $4 a day

Parents of students at Tai Wānanga don't pay anything for education - but they pay $4 a day for the school to give their children breakfast and lunch.

Opinion: Ann Milne – Racism in schools? How dare we be surprised!

Dr Ann Milne says she cannot think of a single Māori parent, grandparent, teacher, or educator who would be ‘surprised’ at claims of racism in our schools.

Report: Racism prevalent at Kiwi schools

Kiwi kids say they are experiencing racism from other students and teachers at school, according to a survey.

Future of Hato Petera College in balance – Commissioner to be appointed

A Commissioner will be appointed to take over Hato Petera College as it battles a low roll, governance issues, and an uncertain future.

Opinion: Stuart Middleton – We pay lip service to learning and teaching languages

One might have thought New Zealand had by now understood the critical importance of teaching languages other than English.
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