28 February 2020
NCEA Panels: Giving a broad range of stakeholders a voice in NCEA changes
The Ministry has established four NCEA Panels to ensure a broad range of stakeholders - the education sector, iwi, Pacific communities and organisations advocating for people with disabilities - have a voice in the design and implementation of the NCEA changes.
The NCEA Panels have been established to represent Maori, Pacific people, students with disabilities or learning support needs and Pathways (which will look into how students can progress through NCEA and develop clear pathways to higher education, training or employment).
Each Panel comprises eight members. In selecting Panel members, the Ministry ensured a balance of members with experience from the secondary sector, the tertiary sector, industry and employers.
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