Over 82 per cent of all Cook Islands students enrolled in Years 11-13 have achieved their Preliminary National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) qualification.
The Cook Islands Tertiary Training Institute (CITTI) is offering new courses and programmes this year, which are available to people of any age who want to gain qualifications and develop new skills.
Tereora College, the country’s leading secondary school, has decided to ban the sale of soft drinks at the school tuck shop (canteen), from the start of this academic year.
Reading books at some schools in Rarotonga are so old the middle pages are missing, says a New Zealand teenager who’s decided to do something about it.
Saint Joseph Primary School held their annual parent’s night and prizegiving to recognise the achievements of Grade 6 students who have shown pleasing results this year.
When I arrived in the Cook Islands almost six months ago, the last thing I ever thought I would do was graduate with a beginner’s degree in the Chinese language.