Primary and area school principals from across Aotearoa have rejected a Ministry of Education offer to settle their collective employment agreements and unequivocally told the government it is time
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Education Ministry tells royal commission children not kept safe
Education Ministry chief executive Iona Holstead has admitted the ministry does not have the ability to protect children while they are in school.
Survey: Māori continue to experience government agencies' 'violence'
A survey, He Waka Eke Noa: Māori cultural frameworks for violence prevention and intervention, has highlighted continued state 'violence' against Māori.
Aotearoa history curriculum delayed until 2023
The Covid-19 pandemic has been blamed for the delay of the New Zealand history curriculum being taught in schools, with Education Minister Chris Hipkins saying the added workload on teachers alread
MAURI REO, MAURI ORA – KŌANGA 2021 – ON MĀORI TELEVISION!
Week 3 of MAURI REO, MAURI ORA – KŌANGA 2021 rolls out on Monday 6 September 2021 at 9.00 AM on Te Reo Channel.
Risky or essential? Alert Level 3 contentious in Far North
Northland will stay at Alert level 4 until Thursday, when the government is to review the situation in the region. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says any move down to level 3 will depend on the results of surveillance and testing for Covid in the region.
MARANGA MAI TE MAURI MĪHARO! FUN LEARNING FOR TAMARIKI
Mauri magic is back for tamariki across Aotearoa. The latest MAURI REO, MAURI ORA – KŌANGA 2021 will launch tomorrow, Wednesday 25 August on Māori Television, to ensure Māori language learning can continue anywhere, any time for tamariki during and after a COVID lockdown.
Wharekura for Tainui kura kaupapa after 30 years
Hamilton City's first kura kaupapa opens new wharekura.
'We can buy more computers'- happy Ōtara tumuaki
Kura finally gets a lifeline.
Claim lodged over minimum wage for kōhanga reo teachers
While tamariki Maori succeed, kaiako suffer financially.