Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and the Peter McKenzie Project have together funded a new initiative to be led by social innovation hub Tokona Te Raki
A new study shows around 56 percent of university students have considered dropping out of tertiary study after feeling overwhelmed, living with mental illness or fearing failure.
A third of school buildings don't meet optimum standards for health and hygiene and a similar number fall short of Education Ministry standards for lighting, temperature and acoustics, a government Cabinet paper shows.
Fresh off the He Pouwhenua, He Puapua secondary schools national kapa haka competition stage, former Māori Medium students and Māori Performing Arts leaders are asking why the hours of sacrifice don't count when seeking entrance to university.
The study Growing Up In New Zealand collects information from 7000 children and their families from before birth and into the children's adulthood. Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi says the resource will help develop policies for Māori language retention and revitalisation.
The Electoral Commission is down at the He Pouwhenua, He Puapua Secondary Schools Kapa Haka National Competition promoting the Māori roll and the General roll using te reo Māori.
A first of its kind initiative by Otago University where Māori students will gain experience at various other universities is set to launch.
Sir Toby Curtis agrees that the Government is a bully in the way it's handled the closure of charter schools. He told the Education and Workforce Select Committee their failure to consult properly is in breach of the Treaty. They lodged a Tribunal Claim this week.