WEEK 4: This is a cynical view of lobbyist and that most New Zealand’s don’t even know that Bills are influenced through this avenue. At least in the States these practices are reported. It’s time for NZ government to make this transparent and accountable to the public; to keep policy-makers in check.
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New Zealand failing in educating those with disablities
OPINION: While we might imagine New Zealand is leading the way in ensuring the right to education for people with disabilities, in reality we are way behind.
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Education Minister Hekia Parata, spoke of the “envy” held by her international fellows over New Zealand’s successful education system at a conference on Multiple Pathways and Transitions, held at the Faculty of Education this week. Hundreds of educators, policy makers and those who work in the secondary and tertiary environments attended Bridging the Divides: Transitions from Secondary to Tertiary and into Employment.
Disability Support Services NZ
CCS Disability Action is a membership-based organisation and a registered charity, led by a National Board. Local governance committees, staff groups and local communities also guide our work.
Te Whāriki is the Ministry of Education's early childhood curriculum policy statement. Te Whāriki is a framework for providing tamariki/children's early learning and development within a sociocultural context. It emphasises the learning partnership between kaiako/teachers, parents, and whānau/families. Kaiako/teachers weave an holistic curriculum in response to tamariki/children's learning and development in the early childhood setting and the wider context of the child's world.
New Zealand Autism Spectrum Disorder Guideline
The NZ Autism Spectrum Disorder Guideline provides evidence-based information for health, disability and education professionals and social service agencies who provide services for people with ASD, their families and whanau. It includes information about good practice that is evidenced-based and aims to improve the health, educational and social outcomes for people with ASD.