College spends fraction of budget on learning
Former Māori boarding school Hato Petera College spent only $1600 on the delivery of the curriculum.
Back to curriculum for school reports
Most primary principals plan to rewind the clock ten years for mid-year school reports and report against New Zealand Curriculum levels.
Lifting ‘teacher’ status a minefield
A bid to to formalise the title of ‘teacher’ could have consequences for the livelihoods of others.
Feverish launch to teacher pay negotiations
NZEI is seeking annual $300m pay rise, claiming the industry is close to breaking.
Auckland ‘start-up’ space a blueprint for the future
The University of Auckland’s new Unleash Space explores classrooms of the future and the changing expectations of the job market.
Boards of Trustees on the chopping block
The education sector is in for a shake-up not seen in decades, from early education through to tertiary study.
Ugly clash looms over charter schools
Jacinda Ardern hopes to quietly resolve a looming clash with iwi and her own Māori MPs over charter schools. But the two sides are miles apart.