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Current projects

Below is a list of current projects undertaken by CORE Education. The list is alphabetical.

You can also check out our completed projects

CORE’s Te Ohu Rangahau (the Māori research and evaluation advisory group), supported by the Early Years and Research Teams, is carrying out a whānau-centered developmental evaluation of Poipoia te Mokopuna for the Ministry of Education.

CORE has several contracts with the Ministry of Education providing whole-centre professional support and development to early childhood services. These programmes are aimed at increasing the quality of early childhood services. The SELO programme is only offered in targeted areas and focuses on responding to Ministry of Education requirements for strengthened practice, particularly with regards to priority learners.

The Commission For Financial Capablity (CFFC) has contracted CORE to support two clusters of schools in the Auckland region, to realise their vision for “all learners having financial capability as part of their learning pathways at school”.

Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI)  is the Ministry of Education’s online publication channel, consisting of over 50 websites and online communities in both English and Te Reo Māori. CORE’s team manages the TKI portal of sites, provides support for all content management groups, maintains standards, and promotes the channel to key groups of users.

CORE Education is a recipient of one of eight government funded research projects as part of the Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI). CORE’s research project aims to improve educational outcomes by helping educators nurture the cultural identity of learners.

The Virtual Learning Network (VLN) provides a suite of services to support the delivery of learning opportunities to New Zealand schools and kura.

The Virtual Professional Learning and Development (VPLD) Programme will be available for selected teachers and principals.

The Ministry of Education recently contracted CORE Education to lead the review of Vocational Pathways Level 1 and Level 2 refinement and maintenance and Level 3 development workstream. This review involved a comprehensive process of consultation with representatives from industry and education across each of the six vocational pathways, an education reference group and an overarching working group.

CORE Education was contracted by the Canterbury 100 Committee to build a website to showcase the First World War centenary events in Canterbury, as well as to share stories and artefacts related to the involvement of Cantabrians in the Great War.

CORE Education coordinates the Young Enterprise Scheme (YES) on behalf of the Young Enterprise Trust for Canterbury.

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