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Canterbury University Vice-Chancellor Daryl Le Grew must explain why he is escalating student fees massively at a time when the Government is increasing its funding to the University, Associate Edu

  • David Carter
  • Associate Minister of Education

The single agency for employment assistance and income support announced today will have no effect on Training Opportunities Programmes in 1998, according to the Associate Education Minister, Brian

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

The coalition Government has resulted in major gains for education after only one year, according to the Associate Education Minister and New Zealand First MP, Brian Donnelly.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Associate Education Minister, Nick Smith, today presented plans projecting 36 new schools in the Auckland area to a meeting of Mayors, their chief executives and Members of Parliament.

  • Nick Smith
  • Associate Minister of Education

The Government's review of the education external evaluation services should have a positive influence on the early childhood and school sectors, according to the Minister responsible for the Educa

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

The Government will spend more than $11 million over the next three years to ease the workload faced by teachers who teach in te reo Maori, Education Minister Wyatt Creech and Associate Education

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Allocations totalling nearly $5.7 million in discretionary grants for early childhood centres throughout the country were announced today by Associate Education Minister Brian Donnelly.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

New Zealand First will not breach the coalition agreement on bulk-funding, Associate Education Minister Brian Donnelly said today.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Celebrations in Wellington today showed the excellent work being done in schools around the country every day, according to Associate Education Minister Brian Donnelly.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

New Zealand and Australia will recognise each other's nationally recognised vocational qualifications from the beginning of 2000, Associate Minister of Education Brian Donnelly said today.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

The Government's Education Strategy for Maori is about to take another step forward, through a series of regional meetings to gather information from communities.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

ACT's education policies would destroy the very schools its education spokesperson claims to want to help, according to Associate Education Minister Brian Donnelly.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Associate Education Minister Brian Donnelly announced today that new kura kaupapa Maori will be established next year at Port Waikato, Wanganui, Hawera, Hastings and Dunedin.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Opposition MPs are hypocritical in their criticisms of payments to training providers who find jobs under the Te Ararau programme, the Minister responsible for industry training, Associate Educatio

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

The action of Neil Kirton in crossing the floor over two private members' bills last week was unprincipled," according to Associate Education Minister Brian Donnelly.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Members of the Maths and Science Taskforce charged with providing practical advice about how to lift the maths and science results of school students will start work this week.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Associate Education Minister, Nick Smith, as part of his responsibility for school property, this morning visited four potential sites for new secondary schools in the Auckland Isthmus.

  • Nick Smith
  • Associate Minister of Education

There will need to be even more good quality training providers and programmes under the new Employment Strategy, according to Employment Minister, Peter McCardle, and Associate Education Minister,

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

There will need to be even more good quality training providers and programmes under the new Employment Strategy, according to Employment Minister, Peter McCardle, and Associate Education Minister,

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Associate Education Minister Brian Donnelly said today that solving the workload pressures on Maori teachers is one of the highest priorities for the Government to deal with.

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

A Te Puni Kokori report on the Ministry of Education reinforced the direction the Ministry is now taking to improve educational outcomes for Maori, Education Minister Wyatt Creech and Associate Edu

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

The Government will increase early childhood education subsidies for licensed and chartered services by five percent from 1 July 1997, Associate Education Minister Brian Donnelly and Education Mini

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

A Te Puni Kokori report on the Ministry of Education reinforced the direction the Ministry is now taking to improve educational outcomes for Maori, Education Minister Wyatt Creech and Associate Edu

  • Brian Donnelly
  • Associate Minister of Education

Associate Education Minister, Nick Smith, as part of his responsibility for school property, this morning visited four potential sites for new secondary schools in the Auckland Isthmus.

  • Nick Smith
  • Associate Minister of Education