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150,000 students to benefit from NCEA fee write-off
Parents and students across Aotearoa will be stoked with news of their NCEA fees being scrapped this morning with previously withheld credits or qualifications now being awarded.
Marae equips unemployed with beekeeping skills
Nearly twenty unemployed young men are feeling optimistic about the future having graduated with new skills from the Tapu Te Ranga Marae pilot apiarist course, which links tikanga Māori with beekeeping skills.
International students protest NZQA qualifications block
Dozens of international students are about to start picketing outside the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment offices in Auckland today.
Calls for Kapa Haka to become University Entrance subject
Ngā Puna o Waiōrea Principal Chris Selwyn is calling for Māori Performing Arts (MPA) to be recognised at the same level as University Entrance (UE) subjects. He says mainstream UE subjects include drama, music and dance, which are encompassed in Māori Performing Arts, so it should have equal status.
Investigation prompts Western Institute of Technology to repay Tertiary Education Commission
Another tertiary institution has been forced to repay the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) over its Māori Performing Arts programme.
Native Affairs- Professor Wiremu Doherty
Native Affairs reported last week that another course offered by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi is now the subject of an inquiry, Awanuiārangi will also repay the Tertiary Education Commission nearly $6 million for the under delivery of its Māori Tourism diploma, Hei Manaaki.
Te Tākaimatua supporters call for accreditation
The Kōhanga reo programme 'Te Tākaimatua' should be accredited.