How can we help ensure NCEA works for our children? Professor Elizabeth McKinley explains.
Since it was introduced in 2002, the National Certificates of Educational Achievement (NCEA) has become New Zealand’s main qualification system for secondary school students. But for many people - students, parents, whanau and teachers alike - understanding the complexities of NCEA remains a major challenge.
So, what can we do to understand NCEA and, most importantly, to help our children benefit from this qualification system?
Professor McKinley's Understanding NCEA book also explains in plain language how NCEA works. Buy here
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