$2.7 million to lift achievement of at-risk-students
Education Minister announces $2.7 million to lift
achievement of at-risk students
Hekia Parata has announced that $2.7 million will be
invested in new teaching hubs for at-risk students who are
enrolled in Te Kura – the Correspondence School.
Ms Parata told TVNZ’s Q+A programme that the four year
initiative will focus on up to 80 Year 9-11 students already
enrolled at Te Kura and who don’t currently have
The programme has been
designed by Te Kura and will also offer work-placement
“We are going to have four places
in South Auckland, Hawkes Bay, Christchurch and New Plymouth
where there will be a physical hub where the young people
who are on correspondence school can go to.“
can’t keep doing all the things we’ve always done or we
keep getting what we’ve always
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