Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis says the Government's immediate $9.5 million teacher supply package will support more te reo Māori and Māori medium teachers into classrooms from next year.
Minister of Education Chris Hipkins has announced the government is scrapping National Standards. National Chairperson for Te Rūnanganui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori, Cathy Dewes, says the organisation is ecstatic about the decision.
A Northland school has helped to create the first te reo Māori iBook resource for The National Library of New Zealand's He Tohu exhibition. The entire Te Kura Kaupapa o Whangaroa visited Wellington today, where they viewed the Treaty of Waitangi and other documents their ancestors signed.
A group of Wellington teen mums is speaking out about the challenges they face through a new short film titled Tumanako. Released online today they hope the film, part of the Youth Wellbeing Study from Victoria University, will help other young mums in similar situations.
Māori immersion high schools from around the country are battling it out with traditional Māori weaponry at Wiki Hā, a week-long bi-annual event which brings the students together to compete across a range of sports in the spirit of fair play and camaraderie.
Thousands of children in South Auckland will receive Christmas presents during the week as part of an initiative run by 'Christmas Ōtara Present Drop'. More than 400 children from Ferguson Intermediate received the surprising news today.
Victoria University of Wellington will host a gathering with iwi and Māori organisations this week at the University’s Te Herenga Waka Marae. The purpose of the gathering is to build partnerships to boost opportunities for Māori students and to foster research alliances.
A secondary school in Whangarei has aimed to popularise one of their Automotive Trades Academy's to help students graduate and increase their chances in the trade industry. But it's not just for guys, 12 graduates including five young women are taking part.
A medical student calls on the government to lift the lifetime cap on the student loan. Freeman Ahou says the current student loan cap perpetuates inequities in the health workforce and disadvantages those from lower socio-economic backgrounds.
The Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board and Whakatōhea Mussels have teamed up with world-class Kiwi boat building company McMullen and Wing to build an innovative new vessel. The project is an opportunity for local youth to get on board a hands-on learning experience of boat building.
A New Zealand Herald columnist is calling for hateful opinions published by the media to be banned.