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Last updated 07 October 2015 23:29 by NZTecAdmin

The Tertiary Education Commission has released the Getting Results in Literacy and Numeracy paper which provides an update of what has been achieved to date and outlines the next steps for the tertiary education sector.

The capability to include literacy and numeracy in tertiary education programmes is now more widespread across all tertiary education sectors. The components of a national, professional, literacy and numeracy infrastructure are in place: quality assurance, teaching and learning resources, qualifications and professional development opportunities for educators, assessment tools and streamlined funding systems with a strengthened focus on results.

The future will see a focus on:

  • Increasing the number of learners who access literacy and numeracy in their courses
  • Continuous improvement to achieve improved learner results with Māori and Pasifika learners as priority groups
  • Expanding the skilled literacy and numeracy teaching workforce
  • Building the research and knowledge base
  • Encouraging employers and other agencies to include literacy and numeracy in their training systems
  • Increased use of new technology in the development of literacy and numeracy resources, such as online learning systems and assessment

Getting Results in Literacy and Numeracy

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