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  • Published: 22 Nov 2022

    التعليم لجميع أطفالنا: احتضان الثقافا تالمتنوعة

    من الأهمية أن يلبي التعليم احتياجات جميع أطفالنا، بمن فيهم المتعلمون من الجاليات العرقية. ووجد هذا التقرير أن العديد من
    المتعلمين من الجاليات العرقية ينجحون في مجال التعليم لكنهم يواجهون على نطاق أوسع العنصرية والعزلة والافتقار إلى
    الفهم الثقافي.

  • Published: 22 Nov 2022

    हमारे सभी बच्चां के लिए लर्क्षा: लिलिध सांस्कृलियचां कच अपनाना

    यह महत्वपूर्त है टक टशक्षा जात़ीय समुदायोों के टिद्याटर्थतयोों सटहत हमारे सभ़ी बच्ोों क़ी जरूरतोों को पूरा करे। इस ररपोित में पाया गया है टक जात़ीय समुदायोों के बहुत से टिद्यार्थी टशक्षा में सफल हो रहे हैं, लेटकन व्यापक नस्लिाद, अलगाि और साोंस्कृटतक समझ क़ी कम़ी का सामना कर रहे हैं।

  • Published: 10 Nov 2022

    Missing Out: Why Aren’t Our Children Going to School?

    Going to school is critical for our children’s futures. The evidence is clear that every day of school matters, missing school leads to lower achievement.  In New Zealand, learners are expected to attend school every day the school is open. And yet many don’t. New Zealand has lower attendance than other countries and alarmingly attendance is falling.

  • Published: 10 Nov 2022

    Missing Out: Why Aren’t Our Children Going to School? - Summary

    Going to school is critical for our children’s futures. The evidence is clear that every day of school matters – missing school leads to lower achievement. Aotearoa New Zealand has lower attendance than other countries and, alarmingly, attendance is falling. This short summary looks at some of the reasons why.

  • Published: 28 Sep 2022

    Thriving at school? Education for disabled learners in schools

    The Education Review Office (ERO), in partnership with the Human Rights Commission (HRC) and the Office for Disability Issues (ODI), looked at how well the education system is supporting disabled learners in schools. We found that we need to improve education for disabled learners so they can thrive. This report describes what we found and what is needed to significantly improve education for these priority learners.

  • Published: 28 Sep 2022

    A Great Start? Education for Disabled Children in Early Childhood Education - summary

    Quality early childhood education (ECE) affects how well all children do at school and in life – from academic achievement and earning potential to health and wellbeing. Quality ECE supports children to develop the social, emotional, communication, cognitive, and motor skills which enable them to thrive. This is particularly critical for disabled children as it sets the foundation for their future learning.

  • Published: 28 Sep 2022

    Education for Disabled Learners: From Early Childhood to School - summary

    Receiving a quality education, from early childhood education (ECE) through to secondary school, positively affects how well all children and young people do at school and in life – from academic achievement and earning potential to health and wellbeing. Education is even more critical for disabled learners. When disabled learners receive a quality, inclusive education they are more likely to achieve better outcomes, to complete secondary schooling and to go on to further study and employment.

  • Published: 28 Sep 2022

    Thriving at School? Education for Disabled Learners in Schools - summary

    Disabled learners have the right to enrol and receive a quality, inclusive education at their local school. When disabled learners receive a quality, inclusive education they are more likely to achieve better outcomes, are more likely to complete secondary schooling and to go on to further study and employment. This study looked at how well the education system is supporting disabled learners. It found we need to improve education for disabled learners so they can thrive.