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Sources used for the Curriculum Stocktake Report

The Curriculum Stocktake Report to Minister of Education, September 2002 synthesised information from a wide range of sources, including:

  • meetings with a range of other groups, including principals and the business sector
  • essential learning area meetings:
    On 17–18 September 2001, the Ministry of Education convened two meetings to discuss the implementation of Language and Languages in the New Zealand Curriculum and Te Reo me Ngā Reo i roto i te Marautanga o Aotearoa. The first day focused solely on the curriculum statement for te reo Māori, whereas the second day brought together stakeholders with expertise in English, te reo Māori, and international and community languages.

    On 31 May 2001, the Ministry of Education convened a meeting to discuss the implementation of Mathematics in the New Zealand Curriculum and Pāngarau i roto i te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

    On Tuesday 26 June 2001, the Ministry of Education convened a meeting to discuss the implementation of Science in the New Zealand Curriculum, and Pūtaiao i roto i te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

  • Ministry of Education ongoing work
  • submissions:
    The New Zealand Curriculum: An ERO Perspective, Education Review Office, 2001

     

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Published on: 12 Oct 2007


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