Displaying items 1 - 20 of 6169 in total
Principals expect the effect of Covid-19 on the economy will encourage schools to stay in the government's school donation scheme.
Senior Researcher at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research, Mohamed Alansari with what parents can expect for their children's learning in modern classroom layouts. Audio
English language schools are warning their $500 million industry is in a critical state because of dwindling student numbers.
English language schools are warning their 500-million-dollar-a-year industry is in a critical state because of dwindling student numbers.
School managers say they cannot wait until next year for the… Audio
A campaigner for free sanitary products in schools is delighted by a $2.6 million programme being rolled out by the government to tackle period poverty.
From term three, products will be available at… Audio
Students and teachers are delighted the government has eased NCEA and university entrance requirements this year.
Teachers can now grant up to eight or ten credits to recognise learning students have… Audio
Teenagers are delighted the government has eased NCEA and University Entrance requirements this year.
Teachers can now grant up to eight or ten credits to recognise learning students have completed… Audio
Supplying free period products in schools will be life changing for many. That's from advocates for people with periods, after the government announced a 2.6 million dollar program to roll out… Audio
The government is tackling period poverty by rolling out access to free period products in schools.
During term three, the Ministry of Education programme will start in 15 schools in Waikato, before… Audio
Rotorua is set to lose more than 3700 jobs in the fallout of Covid-19, resulting in $186 million in lost earnings, according to a new report.
The changes, announced by the government, give teachers the discretion to award students a limited number of credits, and also lower the number of credits needed for certain benchmarks.
Yesterday the Minister of Education Chris Hipkins announced a major funding boost for apprenticeships and trade training programs. Audio
Students will be able to earn additional NCEA credits under changes aimed at supporting pupils whose learning has been disrupted by Covid-19.
Wellington Paranormal's Karen O'Leary plays favourites from 'Better than Normal' her debut album of childrens' songs from her band Fun & Funner. Audio
This audio is not downloadable due to copyright restrictions.
The targeted trades training fund has received applause from the industry for helping workers get into jobs and keeping the economy moving. Audio
How badly family's incomes have been hit by Covid-19 will be a critical factor for schools deciding whether to be in or out of the government's school donation scheme next year.
Boards of trustees… Audio
Wainuiomata PE teacher Bill Sharp, has been awarded the Queens Service Medal. For 24 years, Bill has been running a breakfast club for boys who needed help to stop them going off the tracks. The… Audio
New Zealand's Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon wants an Auckland high school to apologise and educate a student who wore black face.
Tongan tertiary students studying in Auckland relied on their sense of community through the unease of going through New Zealand's lockdown away from family. Audio
More than 22,000 school teacher aides are looking at a substantial pay increase - as the Ministry of Education and union NZEI Te Riu Roa have agreed to a deal on their pay equity claim.
Along with… Audio