The primary purpose of the Early Childhood Council is to represent the interests of independently owned early childhood centres in New Zealand, and to promote the provision of quality early childhood education services.
The Education and Science Select Committee returned its report on the Education amendment Bill (No. 2) this week. Here are three things the NZ Teachers Council would like to tell you about this report.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment invite you to have your say on ways to modernise parental leave in New Zealand.
Teachers have until noon, Monday 4 August to nominate a candidate for one of four elected positions on the Council.
The Ministry is proposing to cut the funding to early childhood centres and schools for teacher release time for those who attend the Incredible Years Teacher (IYT) training programme.
An administrator claimed her employment can to an end following a "tirade of abuse" and had been unjustly dismissed and was owed a a payment in lieu of notice as well as her unpaid holiday pay.
Revenue Minister Todd McClay welcomed the passage of the Taxation (Annual Rates, Employee Allowances, and Remedial Matters) Bill through Parliament today, saying it would “help support business growth and innovation”.
To download presentations from this year's ECC Conference, click here. For teacher and centre manager workshops, including First Aid Refresher, click here.