Ministry of Education stories
N4L's commitment to secure digital schooling featured in 2023 report
Network for Learning's 2023 Annual Report highlights the unwavering commitment to secure digital education provision for NZ schools.
New Zealand cybersecurity recognised at iSANZ Awards 2023
2023 iSANZ Awards recognises New Zealand's cybersecurity talents, lauding innovation and dedication within the industry.
HCLTech graduates first digital apprentices in New Zealand, plans expansion
HCLTech celebrates the graduation of its first group of digital apprentices in New Zealand and plans to expand the program.
solarZero wins Finance for Impact Award at CFO Awards
solarZero, New Zealand's largest solar energy provider, has been awarded the Finance for Impact Award for its solarZero Schools initiative.
Cyclone selected as NZ MOE software licensing partner
Cyclone Computer Co. Ltd has been selected as the Ministry of Education's software licensing partner, providing Microsoft and non-Microsoft software.
Schooling security: How safe are Kiwi kids in the age of hybrid learning?
The risks of online schooling in New Zealand are significantly higher than pre-pandemic, with cyber safety a major concern.
Microsoft renews schools agreement, focus on boosting cybersecurity
Microsoft New Zealand renews three-year agreement with Ministry of Education, providing schools with free cybersecurity tools.
Cyclone named essential NZ supplier for online learning devices
Cyclone hailed as key supplier for NZ's distance learning tech amid lockdown.
Ministry of Education says curriculum won't widen digital divide
NZ Ministry defends digital tech in schools, denying it widens socio-economic gaps.
Microsoft extends software provision deal for NZ schools
Microsoft has renewed a deal with the Ministry of Education that will continue provision of free access to Microsoft software in New Zealand schools.
Propellerhead helps Kiwi kids get access to digital education
Propellerhead donates tech gear to empower Kiwi youngsters in digital skills, boosting OMGTech!’s visionary education drive.
Budget 2017 supports more te reo digital resources
Education Minister Nikki Kaye and Prime Minister Bill English discussed funding for Māori language and kura management during a visit to an Auckland school.
Education Minister announces funding to draw STEM teachers
Education Minister Nikki Kaye has announced a $5.2 million funding boost for Teach First NZ to train more teachers in STEM subjects.
No Prime Minister's education award for tech this year
Tech-focused education prize absent from Prime Minister's Education Excellence Awards, but Ministry of Education assures support for digital innovation.
Digital tech to teach students about Passchendaele
Competition launched for New Zealand students to create digital curriculum resource on Battle of Passchendaele.
COOLs: a divisive subject, but is there a middle ground?
Let's open up a dialogue around Communities of Online Learning. They bring a lot of concerns, but is there more to them than initial reports suggest?.
Education minister takes online teaching tools on tour
Education Minister announces regional expo tour to showcase tools and resources to support teachers and students in Communities of Learning - Kāhui Ako.
Communities of online learning a step closer
New Zealand moves closer to implementing online learning with second reading of Education (Update) Amendment Bill. #COOL #education.
Digital tech at the forefront of education direction
New Zealand Education Ministry prioritizes digital technologies at annual conference, acknowledging need for education system to keep up.
Govt continues to splash out on school redevelopment
Government to invest $13 million in redevelopment of Warkworth Primary School to address roll growth and update infrastructure.
Govt opens innovative new school in Christchurch
Prime Minister Bill English and Minister of Education Hekia Parata open the Haeata Community Campus in Christchurch.
Historic statement signed to entice more Korean students to NZ - and vice versa
The lines between the Republic of Korea and New Zealand have been significantly bolstered with a recently signed statement.
New sign language achievement standards and resources released
Educational leap as UK unveils new NZSL curriculum standards for secondary schools, expanding sign language learning and NCEA credit potential.
Education sector rejects Govt's National Standards assessment tool
Educators slam new Govt assessment tool, claiming it narrows curriculum focus and undermines quality teaching by emphasising flawed standards.