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CORE media kit

CORE Education's media kit is provided for public relations purposes.

Pushing the boundaries of educational possibility

CORE media kit

CORE Education's media kit is provided for public relations purposes.

Pushing the boundaries of educational possibility

Media releases

Location: Christchurch
Date: 3 November 2012

Glen reviews the new Apple iPad Mini.

Date: 31 October

As part of celebrating the success of the ECE Online community, ECE Online are excited to announce our inaugural conference—Whakarauikatia mai Aotearoa:  ECEONLINE Early Years Conference.

Date: 24 October 2012

Christchurch students, teachers and their supporters gathered at the University of Canterbury on Tuesday night for the annual Regional Awards evening as part of the Canterbury Young Enterprise Scheme.

Date: 16 October 2012

CORE Education is excited to announce its position as a finalist in the Kenexa Best Workplaces Awards 2012 in the Small-Medium workplace category.

Date: 11 October 2012

[Oct 12 2012] The eFellows for 2013 were announced today at the ULearn12 conference in Auckland.

The New Zealand Curriculum Online Site Managers Christina Ward and Jane Nicholls recently wrapped up their 3-town breakfast seminar tour, having kicked off their CORE breakfast seminar series in Dunedin earlier in the year.

Date: 6 September 2012

CORE Education is pleased to announce new roles created to work as part of the new Senior Leadership Team.

Date: Monday 3 September 2012

CORE Education is delighted to announce the purchase of LEARNZ—free comprehensive virtual field programmes, as an addition to its extensive range of services to the education sector.

Read CORE Director Derek Wenmoth's observations on the Parliamentary Select Committee on 21st Century Learning Environments and Digital Literacy.

Read Derek's article (Derek's blog)

Date: 2 August 2012

ULearn 2012, to be held at Sky City 9-12 October, is shaping up to be the biggest and best professional learning experience to happen in New Zealand this year. With spaces filling fast, educators are urged to book now to avoid disappointment.

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