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Ministerial Diary October 2017 - December 2018
Education Minister Chris Hipkins today announced six appointments and reappointments to the governing councils of tertiary education institutions.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins has declined Victoria University of Wellington Council’s application for a legal name change.
Minister of State Services Chris Hipkins today welcomed the 2018 State Sector SeniorPay Report, which shows pay increases for chief executives are slowing.
Two schools in the Tasman area and a College in Marlborough are in line for major improvements, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins today announced two appointments to the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) Board.
Over $15 million will be invested to redevelop Mana College in Porirua, Education Minister Chris Hipkins announced during a visit to the school this morning.
All Government Ministers will for the first time release details of their internal and external meetings, Minister for State Services (Open Government) Chris Hipkins announced today.
The Tomorrow’s Schools Independent Taskforce is proposing significant changes to the way our schools are run, governed, and managed to ensure every student receives the best quality education in future, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said today.
New rates for the levy paid by international education providers balance their interests with the need to both promote the sector and address failures when they occur, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said today.
Work to co-locate Marlborough Girls’ and Boys’ Colleges on a new site will begin in the New Year, Education Minister Chris Hipkins announced today.
The number of chief executives in public service departments has for the first time exceeded 50 per cent.
Candidate nominations for seven members of the new Teaching Council Board are now open, with elections being held in March next year.
The Coalition Government’s first-year Fees Free policy is tracking well, with more than 50,000 people set to receive fees-free tertiary education this year, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said today.
A bold ten year plan looks to restore the Government’s commitment to quality in early learning, Education Minister Chris Hipkins announced today.
The Inquiry into the process that led to the appointment of a Deputy Commissioner of Police has found that the process was sound, State Services Minister Chris Hipkins says.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins today announced five appointments to the New Zealand Qualifications Authority Board (NZQA).
A taskforce has finished the first stage of identifying significant areas of compliance waste in schools – so teachers have more time to teach, and principals more time to lead schools, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said today.
Tomorrow is New Zealand’s first official Public Service Day, which acknowledges and celebrates the cornerstone of New Zealand’s system of government, State Services Minister Chris Hipkins says.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins has wished students well on the eve of NCEA and New Zealand Scholarship exams.
The public will get a chance to have their say on proposed changes to the Protected Disclosures Act 2000, Minister of State Services Chris Hipkins announced today.
New research shows the most recent annual economic value of international education is $5.1 billion, making it the country’s fourth largest export, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said today.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins this afternoon joined Newtown School staff, students and community as they celebrated the formal opening of the multi-million dollar teaching block.
The passage of the Education Amendment Bill this afternoon draws a line under some of the most divisive policies of the previous Government and puts the emphasis back on quality education, Education Minister Chris Hipkins said.