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Government policy to support te reo Māori in kura and schools has lacked cohesion and has yet to address the shortage of reo Māori teachers. This includes teachers of the language and those able to teach in te reo Māori.
We were very fortunate to recently have hosted international visitors from the USA and Taiwan.
Our Board is looking for a new member, which will be by Ministerial appointment made by the Associate Minister of Education, Hon Jenny Salesa.
Our incumbent’s 4-year term ends on 1 October, and applications for the position are now open.
Details about the role
People with a great idea for turning high-quality research into an innovative learning resource are invited to apply for the Beeby Award 2018.
The New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) needs a communications advisor to help tell the stories of our work. You’ll work alongside our communications manager to develop and deliver communications for strategies, projects, and publications.
People who have organised, participated in, or funded activities or developed resources to support te reo Māori revitalisation still have time to complete an online survey about their efforts.
Wednesday 4 April 2018
Dr Cathy Wylie, a Chief Researcher at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER), has been appointed to the 5-member taskforce that will lead the review of Tomorrow’s Schools.