As an immigrant to New Zealand, A Better Start (ABS) E Tipu e Rea National Science Challenge PhD candidate Alice Kim says her research has personal relevance to her.
This week parents and caregivers of more than 63,000 children will be sending their child to school for the first time.
Director Wayne Cutfield thanks workshop participants and presents summary of feedback.
A video showing the Challenge’s Successful Learning team at work in Christchurch schools was launched at the Literacy and Learning Symposium, held at the University of Canterbury on 26 and 27 October.
A multi-million dollar funding pool to foster research that delivers tangible benefits to New Zealand children and their families was launched today.
A new National Science Challenge – A Better Start: E Tipu e Rea – aims to reduce obesity and improve learning skills and mental health in New Zealand children.