NCEA Review Launch

The following information has been provided through the Ministry of Education:

On Sunday morning the Minister of Education, Chris Hipkins, announced the release of the discussion document on the future of NCEA, on national television. This opened the public consultation phase of the NCEA Review that runs through to 16 September 2018. The Minister’s appearance on the Q and A programme is accessible on this page: www.tvnz.co.nz/shows/q-and-a/episodes

This afternoon there will be a follow up launch at Tawa College with the chair of the Ministerial Advisory Group, Jeremy Baker, discussing the proposed Big Opportunities in more detail. It’s now up to education professionals to drive discussion on the future of NCEA. Check out all the consultation material and the various surveys and ways you can have your say on our website –conversation.education.govt.nz/ncea

We hope the information and tools on this website will be useful for you when you engage in conversations regarding NCEA, and encourage your network of educators to respond to the surveys or to make a submission. If you have questions or need further information, please do not hesitate to contact ncea.review@education.govt.nz.


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