Tertiary sector to feel Covid pain for years
Universities are set to lose $400m by the end of next year, with the impact of Covid expected to be felt for years to come.
Ray of hope in a struggling ECE sector
While the ECE sector is under pressure and some teachers are at breaking point, a South Auckland centre shows there are pockets of hope.
In their words: ECE teachers under pressure
Early childhood workers told Newsroom they are under-pressure, struggling and traumatised.
Dark underbelly of early childhood education
Calls for a system overhaul grow, as ECE teachers reveal a system in crisis and a workforce at breaking point.
NZ history - what to teach?
How will we agree on what history to teach young New Zealanders? Elizabeth Rata says what we teach is too important to leave to community preference.
Education: the good, bad, and ‘crisitunity’
The past three years in education might feel like endless reviews, but a lot has happened. Now Covid has presented ‘crisitunities’ for politicians ahead of the election.
Early childhood business drops unlawful contracts
The country’s second-largest early learning business has backed down on an illegal staff contract.
Minister warns early learning centres
The Education Minister has warned early learning centres to toe the line, following allegations some are siphoning off funding intended for teachers’ pay-packets.
Schools and foreign student money
With the millions in foreign student money gone thanks to border restrictions, schools must learn to re-cut their cloth.