What’s happening now?
Reform of Vocational Education
Please note the due date for submissions is now 5 April 2019
On 13 February 2019, the Minister of Education launched the formal start of public consultation on the Government’s proposals for the Reform of Vocational Education. These proposals aim to create an accessible, affordable, flexible and high quality vocational education system that will provide learners with the training they need in a rapidly changing world.
Consultation runs through 5 April 2019. We are running a number of face-to-face events throughout the country; find more information on the Reform of Vocational Education page. You will soon be able to complete our online survey, or contact us at Vocationaleducation.Reform@education.govt.nz or 0800 462 543.
Our Schooling Futures, Stronger Together l Whiria Ngā Kura Tūātinitini, the report of the Independent Taskforce on Tomorrow’s Schools, was released on 7 December. Submissions, open till 7 April, or any queries, can be emailed to email@example.com. Have your say on its recommendations by completing the online survey.
Taskforce-led regional hui on the report will take place in February/March 2019. More information will be available in early 2019.
The NCEA Review
Over 16,000 people engaged directly in the NCEA Review, and over a quarter of these responses were from young people. We are really pleased with this level of participation.
At NCEA Review: Findings from the public engagement on the future of NCEA you can read what they told us.
Now, the Ministry is working with our Ministerial and Professional Advisory Groups to bring together what we’ve heard, to further test ideas for change, and to look at what a high-performing assessment system should look like in a New Zealand context
The Education Work Programme
Find out more about the Education Work Programme, what it’s made up of and how you get involved.