Private Training Establishment faces criminal charges

Supplied Content Wellington, August 22, 2017 The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) has commenced criminal prosecution proceedings against an unregistered private training establishment and its director. The charges relate to alleged breaches of the Education Act 1989, including unapproved enrolment of international students, making false representations that the establishment had consent to assess against certain unit standards and that its…

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Community Learning spreads far and wide

Nikki Kaye Wellington, August 17, 2017 About two thirds of children and young people are benefiting from their schools and early childhood education providers working together as Communities of Learning. I am pleased to announce today that another 13 Communities of Learning have formed, taking the total number of Communities across the country to 210. Raising achievement levels More than…

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Community Learning spreads far and wide

Nikki Kaye Wellington, August 17, 2017 About two thirds of children and young people are benefiting from their schools and early childhood education providers working together as Communities of Learning. I am pleased to announce today that another 13 Communities of Learning have formed, taking the total number of Communities across the country to 210. Raising achievement levels More than…

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Nothing last forever, especially in politics

United Future Leader to quit politics Peter Dunne Wellington, August 21, 2017 The current political environment is extremely volatile and unpredictable. However, I have concluded, based on recent polling, and other soundings I have been taking over the last few weeks, that, the volatility and uncertainty notwithstanding, there is now a mood amongst Ohariu voters for a change of MP,…

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