Students, politicians and educators are calling for the Government to make this happen.
Prioritising the language will help race relations in Aotearoa, the Commissioner says.
Research shows school uniforms restrict physical activity
During the uncertain times of a pandemic, new problems can arise that demand new solutions.
From a one-week lockdown in February to what felt like a never-ending lockdown in August, this year couldn’t have been more hectic for Aotearoa, but especially…
Former uni student says better career advice at high school could help prevent students dropping out
Years 9 and 10 can return full-time, and Years 1 to 8 will be part-time.
Young New Zealanders are learning more about their finances from TikTok and YouTube than from school
90 percent said they want to learn more about budgeting and how to plan and save their money.
A projected 80 percent of future jobs will require maths and science skills. And NZ is not ready.
What does it take for an entire school to pivot to online learning overnight?
“Why should people learn Māori history? Because it’s a connection to the land that we live on.”
This year Te Ao Haka was finally introduced as a new NCEA subject.
The booklet explains how the Bible can be understood in rainbow-affirming ways.
Which young people in Aotearoa have the freedom to pursue careers in the arts?
Budget 2021 sees the ‘the biggest lift in a generation’ to benefits, $1 billion for Māori housing, health and education, as well as an overall investment…
Law students will be adding another skillset to their university degrees.
New research highlights how Māori scientists are expected to raise the cultural capacity of their organisations without dedicated time or pay.
The research, published this month in…
Alby's mum Lina moved from Samoa to Wellington when she was 20 years old. All she wanted was to help give her son an education -…
Covid-19 caused significant disruption to schools, according to new reports released today by the Education Review Office.
Secondary students are struggling most, with only 26 percent of…
Liam Rātana on how the place that saved him may also have damaged other young men for life.
She's devoted her life to proving the brilliance of Māori in a Pākehā education sector.
Porourangi Tawhiwhirangi is teaching rangatahi basic cultivation skills to help them into work.
19-year-old musician and first-time voter Church meets leader of the Labour Party Jacinda Ardern.
Seven students tell us why they’re learning te reo Māori.
Choosing between school and work to support your family is common for Pasifika children.
Alex shares the immense isolation of living with Asperger’s.
A question posed on Instagram has sparked a conversation about racism in NZ schools.
The YWCA has chosen 25 women under the age of 25 for a new project highlighting the power of young wāhine. Re: chatted with three people…
Otago and Auckland University are automatically bumping up grades across the board in response to Covid-19. But most other New Zealand universities have ruled a grade…
University classes start back in-person this week, and students will once again have to drag themselves out of bed to get to class. But those with…