Ministry of Education

Budget 2016: Will the PPP opportunities go begging?

Fri 22 Apr

Although public-private partnerships (PPPs) have been welcomed overseas, New Zealand is late to the party; the public is missing out on the infrastructure that could be provided, and the economy isn’t benefiting from the stimulation PPPs create.
 

Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye

More PPP schools being considered

Thu 11 Feb 5

It would be the third deal between the public and private sector to build and maintain schools.

Learning Media cuts creditors short

Fri 16 Oct

Liquidated state-owned enterprise Learning Media has paid out less than half of what it owed to creditors, despite a multi-million dollar government handout.

 

Guest columnist: How to meet the PM’s challenge

Fri 2 Oct

Prime Minister John Key has called on the private sector to take some responsibility for addressing social dysfunction for the benefit of productivity, economy and NZ Inc.

 
CIT's main buildings before being closed

Campus on market after years of red tape strangles a sale

Tue 14 Apr

Upper Hutt's sprawling former Institute of Technology comes to the market for sale.

Education Minister Hekia Parata (TV3)

RAW DATA: New decile ratings for every school

Wed 26 Nov

More than 2400 state and state-integrated schools had their decile rating recalculated following last year's Census.

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