Education system is failing children, endangering the future: Report

Supplied Content Auckland, November 5, 2020 Our education system effectively stifles children’s natural curiosity about the world, according to a new report from the University of Auckland. The Centre for Arts and Social Transformation at the University’s Faculty of Education and Social Work has released its first report on the state of creativity in New Zealand schools, Replanting Creativity During…

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FMA consultation on guidance for KiwiSaver fees begins

Supplied Content Wellington, November 5, 2020 The FMA has published a consultation paper setting out its proposed guidance on KiwiSaver fees and value for money. The consultation is open to the public for six weeks. Regulatory Approach The proposed guidance sets out the FMA’s regulatory approach to the KiwiSaver Act’s requirement that KiwiSaver fees not be unreasonable and the related…

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New Zealand should reshape Education and Training

 (Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay) “Excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake,” reflected tech luminary Elon Musk. “Humans are underrated.” For someone like Musk, whose identity and fortune is founded on cutting-edge technological innovation, this admission is as astonishing as it is humbling. His comments were made in response to the production delay caused by his technologically, advanced yet…

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Procurement Institute teams up with AGI to offer Healthcare and IT Programmes

Supplied Content Auckland, November 5, 2020 The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply in Australia and New Zealand (CIPS), the largest professional body in the world has partnered with AGI Education Limited – an NZQA-accredited, Category-1 provider of Healthcare and IT programmes based in the heart of Auckland – for the delivery of CIPS qualifications in New Zealand. CIPS is…

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