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MPs on Select Committee gathered for the second of their public evidence sessions yesterday morning. Over the course of two hours the Committee heard from people working or studying in the sector, ...
There are only 24 hours left to have your say on a new law that will funnel public money into private, profit-making tertiary education institutions. It takes less than three minutes ...
Māori university graduates say that support from whānau is the most important factor that helped them to complete their qualifications, according to research published by the University of Otago’s National Centre for ...
Tertiary Update Vol 20 No 7 The tertiary education sector is failing to meet the needs of Māori staff and students, according to research carried out by the Tertiary Education Union. Results ...
The He Toki Apprenticeship Trust’s work to support Māori trainees through their apprenticeships is expanding into the civil construction sector.