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  • The recent announcement of Evan Blackman to Education Sector Manager at Microsoft New Zealand highlights the importance being placed on raising digital literacy around the country and enhancing the performance of students.
    Article - 2011-04-06 10:00
  • Microsoft is working closely with the Ministry of Education and New Zealand educators to address the lack of digital literacy amongst school leavers. The company says it is concerned at the number of students underperforming around the country due to lack of knowledge or limited access to technology, and it will be investing in rectifying this over the next few years.
    Article - 2011-04-07 11:29
  • The Minister of Education, Hekia Parata, today confirmed the next 150 schools to receive government-subsidised internal network upgrades, in readiness for ultra-fast broadband. The Ministry of Education’s School Network Upgrade Project (SNUP) has so far upgraded networks in more than 700 state and state integrated schools with more in progress.
    Article - 2011-12-21 03:00
  • Associate Education Minister, Craig Foss, today confirmed a further 90 schools will receive government-subsidised internal network upgrades, in readiness for ultra-fast broadband. The Ministry of Education’s School Network Upgrade Project (SNUP) has so far upgraded internal school networks in more than a third of eligible state and state-integrated schools, with more underway.
    Article - 2012-04-03 18:29
  • Au Pair Link's founder, Cecilia Robinson, has been named the 2012 Her Businesswoman of the Year. Since Cecilia started Au Pair Link in 2006 the company has gone from strength to strength. Au Pair Link is now Australasia’s largest Au Pair agency and was the first Au Pair agency in the world to become licensed through the Ministry of Education as a home-based Early Childhood Education service.
    Article - 2012-06-27 17:01
  • Teachers and students across the country have greater access to modern e-learning tools through the renewed Microsoft Schools Agreement and the know-how to use these tools, thanks to Microsoft’s significant commitment to the education sector. The Ministry of Education has renewed the Microsoft Schools Agreement through to the end of 2015. The agreement provides schools with unlimited access to the Windows operating system and Microsoft Office software for school-owned or leased devices, as well as unrestricted use of Windows Core Servers.
    Article - 2013-08-08 01:00