Tag: Education. Showing results 81 - 90 of 889 in News

Showing results 81 - 90 of 889

Search results

  1. News

    Integrating te reo Māori into the education sector

    The government has announced today that they have begun delivering on a plan to integrate te reo Māori across the education system with the launch of Te Ahu o te Reo Māori.  Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis says Te Ahu o te Reo Māori is designed to improve all levels of Māori language ability across the education workforce.

  2. Video for New 'dark sky' reserve planned for Hokianga
    News

    New 'dark sky' reserve planned for Hokianga

    A dark sky reserve is a place which restricts the amount of artificial light, resulting in less light pollution. So far there are only 13 in the world, including the largest at Aoraki Mount Cook National Park.

  3. Video for Building affordable, sustainable, environmentally-friendly whare
    News

    Building affordable, sustainable, environmentally-friendly whare

    With house prices soaring, the community in the Ngāti Porou township of Ruatoria are empowering themselves through education around using natural resources to build homes.

  4. Video for Govt to fund free licence scheme for youth on benefits
    News

    Govt to fund free licence scheme for youth on benefits

    The government has announced it will pay for the driver's licence costs for young people on benefits or in care.  The prime minister expects 2,500 young people will obtain a restricted licence through the scheme, which she hopes will then move them into jobs.

  5. News

    Study finds rise in primary school achievement

    New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) has found that achievement in schools have risen due to schools creating a coherent focus on literacy teaching.

  6. Video for Taking te reo Māori to the world
    News

    Taking te reo Māori to the world

    2019 is the Year of International Indigenous Languages, and Emma Te Rangi Haami-Jones from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Hawaiki Hou in Turanga has been chosen to attend the United Nations Permanent Forum of Indigenous Issues in New York.

  7. News

    Teachers "overwhelmingly" reject latest pay offer

    Primary teachers and principals have overwhelmingly rejected the latest offers from the Ministry of Education to settle their collective agreements.

  8. Video for Opportunities for Māori in MIT's new $55mil tech facility
    News

    Opportunities for Māori in MIT's new $55mil tech facility

    Minister of Education Chris Hipkins says the government can do more for Māori employment.  This comes as a new $55mil tech facility is announced for the Manukau Institute of Technology.

  9. Video for Teachers, principals to vote on new pay offers today
    News

    Teachers, principals to vote on new pay offers today

    The New Zealand Education Institute - Te Riu Roa says New Zealand is at "crisis point" with regard to recruiting and retaining teachers.  Primary teachers and principals begin online voting today on whether to accept the latest offers from the Ministry of Education.

  10. Video for Ngāti Pikiao Nurse on a mission to improve Māori well-being
    News

    Ngāti Pikiao Nurse on a mission to improve Māori well-being

    A young Ngāti Pikiao woman is looking to improve health outcomes for her iwi. Almost 400 students from the Manukau Institute of Technology graduated this week, amongst them was Ebony Komene who is wanting to challenge the health and well-being statistics for Māori.

  11. Show more results

Pages