“What our young people and their parents want is to see progress across all subjects in the curriculum. Our priority and struggling learners especially need authentic contexts and a broad range of learning opportunities,’ he said.
“What we don’t want to do is get bogged down in micro-analysis of the three R’s (reading writing and maths), and neglect the very curriculum subjects that can empower, challenge and motivate our young learners. New Zealand has a world-class curriculum and the parents in our school communities expect their children to have full access to it at all times.”
The demonstration site is a reproduction of the live version of the PaCT, but has been populated with mock student information.