Our people, our design – that’s the word from Minister of Finance Mark Brown on the $11.7 million New Zealand-funded upgrade of Tereora College.
Today marks the opening of a new chapter for literacy growth in the Cook Islands, with the start of International Literacy Week 2015 with the theme of Literacy for Sustainable Communities.
Hundreds of schools in New Zealand have implemented ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) policies, where students are either told or allowed to bring electronic devices such as iPads or laptop computers to aid learning. With the Cook Islands Ministry of Education about to purchase more than $90,000 worth of laptops and mini iPads, CI News reporter Phillipa Webb takes a look at what’s switching up digital learning in the Cooks...
While the Cook Islands were into the full swing of celebrating of the 50th anniversary of self-governance, students from St Joseph’s Primary school were enjoying their school holiday with their families and friends.
The Chinese government will be pledging their commitment to the rebuild of Apii Nikao School today with an official ‘commitment ceremony’.