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Thursday, December 9, 2021

$2.24 million boost for early career researchers

Seven early career researchers at Victoria University of Wellington have received a total of $2.24 million to pursue their research into issues ranging from health and wellbeing to climate change after receiving MBIE Science Whitinga Fellowships.

Public engagement sought on NCEA subjects 

Ākonga, whānau, kaiako, and the wider education sector can have their say on the provisional subject lists for The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. 

Education Perfect’s Whakataetae Reo Māori (Māori Language Competition) keeps growing in 2021

This year, Education Perfect will once again run its Free online Whakataetae Reo Māori (Māori Language Competition) which is the largest competition in Aotearoa celebrating the practice and inclusion of Māori language. 

University of Auckland renames professional development service for teachers

Future Learning Solutions – the University of Auckland’s professional development service for educators – is delighted to launch its new bilingual name: Tui Tuia | Learning Circle.

Covid-19 Delta outbreak: Principals confident most teachers will comply with mandatory vaccine order

School principals are confident their staff will comply with the Government's order to get vaccinated before January 1.

Going beyond the headlines with insights and data 

Education Gazette explores the value of New Zealand's participation in large-scale education studies, and how the insights gathered go beyond the headlines of achievement and rankings.  

Urgent need for APAC region to focus on workforce upskilling

The vocational education sector has come together to create a free online TVET conference.

New NCEA Agribusiness subject offers important skills for the future  

With student numbers growing, more teachers are needed in the new NCEA subject of Agribusiness, which has the potential to open doors to many job and career opportunities in the primary sector.

EIT graduate lives her dream in television

Harata Taurima-Thomas is an EIT graduate, with a Bachelor of Arts (Māori) through Te Ūranga Waka on the Hawke’s Bay Campus. She is currently on an internship at Māori Television in Auckland and believes she has found her calling.

High needs learning support: Education Ministry review ‘could benefit 50-80,000 kids’

A new review into how our education system treats students with the highest learning needs could help between 50,000 and 80,000 children, the Government says.


Tui Tuia | Learning Circle growing kaupapa Māori expertise with new...

Tui Tuia | Learning Circle welcomes Marisa Pene to Te Whānau Maioha to support kura (schools) and kaioko (teachers)