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17 September 2017 – Tolaga Bay set to benefit from revolutionary maths philosophy, Māori Television. Featuring the work of NZARE member Associate Professor Roberta Hunter.
13 September 2017 – Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori: Pay Te Reo speakers a premium, Newsroom (video). NZARE member Dr Sophie Tamati discusses the progress made in the status of Te Reo in Aotearoa today.
12 September 2017 – Māori students gain from different teaching style, New Zealand Herald. NZARE member Associate Professor Mere Berryman comments on the risk of culture and identity being lost in a narrowing of the curriculum.
11 September 2017 – Giving voice to the young: Survey shows people want under-18s involved in politics, The Conversation. Co-authored by NZARE co-president, Associate Professor Jenny Ritchie.
9 September 2017 – Voters face tough choice between National and Labour education priorities, New Zealand Herald. NZARE member Associate Professor Mere Berryman comments on equity issues and aspirations for Māori NCEA achievement.
6 September 2017 – Education priorities for a New Zealand where all children can flourish, Child Poverty Action Group release with statements from NZARE members Dr Vicki Carpenter and Professor John O’Neill and NZARE co-president, Associate Professor Jenny Ritchie.
19 August 2017 – Boys fall further behind girls in primary school reading and writing, New Zealand Herald. NZARE member Professor Martin Thrupp comments on factors contributing to the increasing gap between boys’ and girls’ achievement in NZ primary schools.
18 August 2017 – Are Kiwis educated enough about climate change? Newsroom. NZARE co-president Associate Professor Jenny Ritchie and her colleague Dr Andrea Milligan ask whether climate change education is up to scratch in New Zealand, and how we can take a more comprehensive approach.
17 August 2017 – Young Kiwis shatter silence about our difficult past, Newsroom. NZARE member Associate Professor Joanna Kidman discusses the importance of acknowledging Aotearoa’s difficult past and the positive attitudes shown by young New Zealanders.
31 July 2017 – What’s there to fear from lowering the voting age? Newsroom. NZARE member Dr Bronwyn Wood examines the arguments for and against lowering the voting age.
17 July 2017 – Assessing teachers – A plea for caution, Dominion Post. NZARE life member Emeritus Professor Ivan Snook argues against the trend to assume that the achievement of students and schools can be directly attributed to the work of teachers.
28 June 2017 – NZ universities’ credibility at risk, Newsroom. Discusses NZARE member Dr Bronwyn Wood‘s address to the government’s Education and Science Select Committee about reforms to tertiary institutions’ funding and accountability proposed in the Education (Tertiary Education and Other Matters) Amendment Bill.
11 June 2017 – Targets and standards – Schools after 9 years of National government, Radio New Zealand Insight. With contributions from NZARE members Dr Cathy Wylie, MNZM and Professor Martin Thrupp.
9 June 2017 – Schools nervous about government’s flagship education policy, Radio New Zealand. A discussion of Communities of Learning with contributions from NZARE members Dr Cathy Wylie, MNZM, and Professor Martin Thrupp.
26 May 2017 – Election 2017: Beware the ‘Make X Great Again’ rhetoric, education’s a slow-moving beast, Stuff. By NZARE member Professor John O’Neill.
23 May 2017 – Young Kiwis more engaged as citizens than we think, Newsroom. By NZARE member Dr Bronwyn Wood.
02 May 2017 – Early childhood care should be an election priority, Newsroom.
By NZARE co-president Associate Professor Jenny Ritchie.
25 April 2017 – An open letter to the new education minister on early childhood policies, Newsroom. By NZARE member Dr Sue Cherrington.
The items listed on this page are contributions by NZARE members in the wider media. As such, they represent the views of the individual NZARE members involved and do not necessarily reflect the official views of the New Zealand Association for Research in Education.