Education

14th Jun 16, 10:30am
Siah Hwee Ang looks at the efforts China makes to ensure its national higher education entrance examinations run smoothly and to discourage cheating
Siah Hwee Ang looks at the efforts China makes to ensure its national higher education entrance examinations run smoothly and to discourage cheating
14th Jun 16, 10:30am
13th Jun 16, 9:42am
What lies beyond the millions of dollars of fees we're collecting from international students
What lies beyond the millions of dollars of fees we're collecting from international students
13th Jun 16, 9:42am
1st Jun 16, 9:44am
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The OECD Better Life Index finds that New Zealanders are the seventh most satisfied with their lives, out of the 38 member countries
The OECD Better Life Index finds that New Zealanders are the seventh most satisfied with their lives, out of the 38 member countries
1st Jun 16, 9:44am
30th May 16, 4:16pm
Budget 2016 - Education
Budget 2016 - Education
30th May 16, 4:16pm
26th May 16, 3:02pm
Budget 2016 - Summary of all spending plans
Budget 2016 - Summary of all spending plans
26th May 16, 3:02pm
18th May 16, 2:18pm
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Simon Bennett of blue-collar recruiter AWF says NZ almost entirely lacks consistent and efficient pathways for school-leavers, the unemployed and the low-skilled to train on-the-job and gain the necessary basic skills to be able to adapt to survive
Simon Bennett of blue-collar recruiter AWF says NZ almost entirely lacks consistent and efficient pathways for school-leavers, the unemployed and the low-skilled to train on-the-job and gain the necessary basic skills to be able to adapt to survive
18th May 16, 2:18pm
8th May 16, 5:02am
Bernard Hickey asks why over a third of a million unemployed and underemployed New Zealanders can't find jobs at the same time that employers want migration rules to be relaxed so they can import more workers
Bernard Hickey asks why over a third of a million unemployed and underemployed New Zealanders can't find jobs at the same time that employers want migration rules to be relaxed so they can import more workers
8th May 16, 5:02am
26th Apr 16, 9:24am
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NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka says we need to find out what works in schools and then apply it to those that are less successful
NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka says we need to find out what works in schools and then apply it to those that are less successful
26th Apr 16, 9:24am
21st Mar 16, 9:11am
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya outlines what happens when free education goes bad
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya outlines what happens when free education goes bad
21st Mar 16, 9:11am
9th Mar 16, 5:06pm
Treasury boss & NZTE adviser say exporters need to look beyond China & become more culturally savvy to survive in an Asian market
Treasury boss & NZTE adviser say exporters need to look beyond China & become more culturally savvy to survive in an Asian market
9th Mar 16, 5:06pm
4th Mar 16, 10:02am
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Motu research analysts on Auckland NIMBYs, the uneven US recovery, driverless cars, the Robin Hood of science, the cheating economy & more
Motu research analysts on Auckland NIMBYs, the uneven US recovery, driverless cars, the Robin Hood of science, the cheating economy & more
4th Mar 16, 10:02am
1st Mar 16, 5:05am
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Shaun Twaddle is encouraged by efforts aimed at better outcomes in the Vocational Education and Training sector
Shaun Twaddle is encouraged by efforts aimed at better outcomes in the Vocational Education and Training sector
1st Mar 16, 5:05am
19th Feb 16, 3:52pm
The RBNZ reflects on Canterbury 5-years after the quakes; warns the region's education and tourism sectors aren't showing signs of recovery
The RBNZ reflects on Canterbury 5-years after the quakes; warns the region's education and tourism sectors aren't showing signs of recovery
19th Feb 16, 3:52pm
15th Feb 16, 9:11am
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says while there are wider social benefits from a more educated population, many of the benefits of tertiary education accrue to the individual who undertook that study
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says while there are wider social benefits from a more educated population, many of the benefits of tertiary education accrue to the individual who undertook that study
15th Feb 16, 9:11am
25th Jan 16, 9:24am
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NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka asks how teacher performance incentives can be better structured in order to drive student outcomes
NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka asks how teacher performance incentives can be better structured in order to drive student outcomes
25th Jan 16, 9:24am
22nd Jan 16, 12:02am
Parents of children born this year expected to pay up to $327k for private schooling; ipad and laptop requirements bump up cost of 'free education'
Parents of children born this year expected to pay up to $327k for private schooling; ipad and laptop requirements bump up cost of 'free education'
22nd Jan 16, 12:02am
4th Nov 15, 5:03am
Infometrics' Andrew Whiteford argues skill gaps will soon open up across a wide range of industries & occupations. He suggests importing skills could be part of the solution
Infometrics' Andrew Whiteford argues skill gaps will soon open up across a wide range of industries & occupations. He suggests importing skills could be part of the solution
4th Nov 15, 5:03am
28th Oct 15, 5:02am
Siah Hwee Ang looks at current and likely future trends in Chinese education
Siah Hwee Ang looks at current and likely future trends in Chinese education
28th Oct 15, 5:02am
27th Oct 15, 8:55am
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NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka says NZ could benefit from adopting Shanghai's system of getting high-performing schools to 'buddy up' with poor performers
NZ Initiative's Martine Udahemuka says NZ could benefit from adopting Shanghai's system of getting high-performing schools to 'buddy up' with poor performers
27th Oct 15, 8:55am
6th Oct 15, 4:17pm
Dairy's down but don't panic... New Zealand's economy is still in the middle of the pack across the OECD, says HSBC's Paul Bloxham
Dairy's down but don't panic... New Zealand's economy is still in the middle of the pack across the OECD, says HSBC's Paul Bloxham
6th Oct 15, 4:17pm

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