Cabinet approves Terms of Reference for the review.
Minister of Education appoints a Ministerial Advisory Group to 'think big' and explore ideas for how to strengthen NCEA.
The Minister asks the Advisory Group to work with innovative thinkers to explore ideas and opportunities.
Regional Engagement Leads and Kaiārahi work with the Ministry of Education to design national and local engagement opportunities.
Minister of Education opens the conversation on the future of NCEA.
Minister of Education appoints a Professional Advisory Group made up of principals and teachers, to work alongside the Ministerial Advisory Group to provide advice to him and the Ministry of Education on the NCEA Review.
NCEA Make your Mark competition winners announced.
Public engagement closes.
The Ministry works with the education profession and others to identify the best ideas from the review process plus the best available evidence to assess what is viable and feasible, and how this would work in practice.
Minister and Cabinet consider recommended change proposals.
Detailed change design and implementation approach agreed by Cabinet.
Support for changes is available for schools, kura and others.
Depending on agreed level of change, improvements to NCEA may be phased in from 2020/21 and beyond.