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The Cook Islands may not boast 100 percent literacy and numeracy, but the nation is still leading the way in the Pacific region.

Cook Islands scholarship students at Rangiora High School outside of Christchurch are doing their part to promote their home island as a holiday spot for locals.

THE COOK Islands education system has received praise from one of the oldest universities in New Zealand.

Apii Nikao School is buzzing with excitement following the announcement that their spelling bee fundraiser raised over $17,000.

Students dive into science

Friday June 05, 2015

Rakahanga School students were excited to be out in the water learning how to monitor their local reef system.

Manihiki teacher honoured

Friday May 29, 2015

Ruamanu School students on the island of Manihiki are receiving the best education possible.

After two weeks out at sea, the vaka fleet arriving at Rarotonga for the Te Manava Vaka Festival will be greeted with a powerful performance by Nukutere College students at the official welcoming ceremony.

As the relationship between the Cook Islands and China deepens, the need for Chinese language speakers is growing.

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