Hau Taki Haere | Tertiary Update Vol 25, No 2

This week TEU will present to Education Minister Chris Hipkins a briefing on actions needed from the Government to ensure a strong and viable tertiary education system exists to help the Government’s plans to ‘build back better’.

Today we share the thoughts of two TEU reps on the need for strong government intervention for the sake of all learners, their whānau, employers, and communities.

Also in this update:

Minister must work to protect and improve staff wellbeing

Minister must urgently fund for stablisation

Time to step up for the vulnerable in tertiary education

TEU to hold Academic Freedom Conference 2021

Hui-ā-Rohe 2021 kicks-off across the motu

Keeping informed and up-to-date on the important issues

Other news:

Opinion: Jo Bowler - Why we need to bring back night classes – NZ Herald

New Pasifika associate professors - hurdles and highlights - Massey

Massey Māori academics featured in new book - Massey

Kaumātua back Unitec resistance – Waatea News

Polytechs need more staff as enrolment rises, says union - RNZ