Our nation's future relies on a high-quality education system that will prepare its rangatahi (young people) for the challenges they’ll face in a fast-changing world. How well are we currently preparing young New Zealanders for the road ahead? Is our current education system fit for purpose for the second half of the 21st century?

Tāmaki College and Koi Tū Research Practice Partnership

Tāmaki College has partnered with Koi Tū to evaluate and refine a problem-based learning programme. The goal is to develop the critical skills and competencies...


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Call for merger of government science and higher education policy
Science and innovation policy and higher education policy need to be carved out and merged to create a new ministry to address New Zealand’s “over-competitive” and fragmented public science system and build an integrated relationship...

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Education and the Common Competency Framework in reaching Europe’s Climate Goals
Sir Peter Gluckman's address to the Lisbon Roundtable.

Addressing rangatahi education challenges after COVID-19
Lockdown highlighted and exacerbated young Māori students’ life on the wrong side of the digital divide says a new report, which provides evidence and recommendations for how the disparities can be addressed.

Addressing rangatahi education: Challenges after COVID-19
A partnership report by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and Koi Tū has examined how the COVID-19 lockdown has impacted on young Māori students' educational experiences.


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