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Education Central asks the team at Heart Foundation’s Fuelled4life why it’s so important to get food right for children during their busy day at school and pre-school.

Sponsored: Finding the ideal path into ECE

Studying while working in the early childhood sector was the perfect “hands-on” approach for Letitia Stock, who is on the cusp of finishing her degree at Te Rito Maioha, Early Childhood New Zealand.

Sponsored: World-renowned video-based PLD platform launches in New Zealand

Dr. Arran Hamilton talks about revving up teacher performance with IRIS Connect.

Sponsored: Help for the Tough Times

This is a pocket guide to four websites that have been especially developed for teens to help them find information that can help them when they are feeling stressed, anxious or out of their depth.

Sponsored: The Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards celebrate teaching that changes us all

The 2019 Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards provides schools, kura and early learning services with an opportunity to showcase what excellent teaching, leadership and engagement looks like.

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When Sarah Turner was working as a vet nurse, she never could have imagined life as a backend software developer on a multinational project.

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The world is changing at an unprecedented pace but one thing isn’t going away is the need for qualified IT professionals who are ready to put their stamp on the industry.

Sponsored: New skills for the future “vital”

Technology is important at King’s College – but so is preparing students for an uncertain future.

Sponsored: Bringing quality special education to the Pacific Islands

Since 1981, Loto Taumafai Society for People with Disabilities has provided quality education, rehabilitation and support for children and people with disabilities. With valued assistance from donor and volunteer organizations, the thriving NGO has paved the way forward for Inclusive Education in Samoa.

Sponsored: What informs your practice?

Te Wānanga o Aotearoa will give you the skills necessary for a successful career in adult education
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