Search within this Act. This report recommends that H.R. SOURCE: Part 26, ss308-310 Education Act 1989 s308. The Early Childhood Act was passed in January 2005. The Minister may, by notice in the Gazette, issue a statement of National Education and Learning Priorities for the early childhood and compulsory education sectors. The first such act was introduced in the United States House of Representatives by Congresswoman Patsy Mink of Hawaiʻi in the 1960s. 4, pp. (1995). to provide for other matters related to the reorganisation, such as a new funding mechanism for certain early childhood centres to enable grants to be paid by the Ministry rather than through the Early Childhood Development Board. The Minister must present a copy of the report to the House of Representatives under section 44A of the Public Finance Act 1989. EARLY CHILDHOOD THE EARLY CHILDHOOD ACT Acts 5 of 2005. 17, No. On the effective date, the following enactments are consequentially repealed: section 13(2) of the Education Amendment Act 1990; and, sections 5 and 6 of the Education Amendment Act 1993; and. Education Act 1989: repealed, on 1 August 2020, by section 669(3)(b) of the Education and Training Act 2020 (2020 No 38). It provides a comprehensive framework for all aspects of early childhood development, including regulations, policies and standards to govern early childhood institutions. The Early Childhood Commission. The first such act was introduced in the United States House of Representatives by Congresswoman Patsy Mink of Hawaiʻi in the 1960s. Early Childhood Education and Care Centres 2008, and the Early Childhood Education Curriculum Framework, form part of the regulatory framework for Early Childhood Education (ECE). Education Act 1989: repealed, on 1 August 2020, by section 669(3)(b) of the Education and Training Act 2020 (2020 No 38). Its passage follows the Early Childhood Commission Act, which was passed in March 2003, establishing the Early Childhood Commission (ECC). This … ERO’s reports are used by parents, teachers, early childhood education managers, school principals and trustees, and by government policy makers. Families with Children and the Affordable Care Act Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) CCDF has made available $5 billion to states, territories and tribes in fiscal year 2010. 1 2.-(1) In this Act- Inter- pretatlon ! 17, No. On the effective date, Part 5 and Schedule 3 of the principal Act are consequentially repealed. applies to things that are in force or existing on the effective date (whether coming into force, entered into, or created before or after the commencement of this section); and, applies to references in anything, including (without limitation) deeds, agreements, proceedings, instruments, documents, and notices; and, does not apply to collective employment agreements (if any); and. This Act is the Education (Disestablishment of Early Childhood Development Board) Amendment Act 2004. The branch also includes the Early Childhood Policy team, which oversees policy development for early childhood education and care in the ACT. The Early Childhood Commission (ECC) was established by the Early Childhood Commission Act (2003), in keeping with the strategic goal of the Government of Jamaica to improve the quality of early childhood care, education and development within the early childhood sector. The children Act 1989 and early childhood services. Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this official reprint. CHAPTER 18 - EDUCATION ACCOUNTABILITY ACT: HTML: Word: CHAPTER 19 - SCHOOL TRUSTEES: HTML: Word: CHAPTER 20 - EDUCATION FINANCE ACT OF 1977: HTML: Word: CHAPTER 21 - STATE AID FOR SCHOOLS: HTML: ... CHILD EARLY READING DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION PROGRAM: HTML: Word * * * Legislative Services Agency h t t p : / / w w w . Education Act 1989: repealed, on 1 August 2020, by section 669(3)(b) of the Education and Training Act 2020 (2020 No 38). I Short title. This Act may be cited as the Early Childhood Act. If the transfer of an asset or liability under section 5 is registrable, the person responsible for keeping the register must register the transfer immediately after written notice of the transfer is received by him or her from any person authorised for this purpose by the Minister. 4, pp. The theory behind the act is that the years before … This is a report on the happenings in early childhood education in the United States in 1988. Note 4 at the end of this reprint provides a list of the amendments incorporated. an audit report prepared by the Auditor-General. The Education Review Office (ERO) is the New Zealand government department that evaluates and reports on the education and care of students in schools and early childhood services. 12 of 2009 I Sc h. [30th November, 2007.1 i : 1. This Act is administered by the Ministry of Education. As soon as reasonably practicable after the commencement of this Act, the Ministry must arrange for the final report of the Board to be delivered to the Minister. This Act comes into force on the day after the date on which it receives the Royal assent. 417-429. Education Act 1989: repealed, on 1 August 2020, by section 669(3)(b) of the Education and Training Act 2020 (2020 No 38). Secretary means the chief executive of the Ministry. The Early Childhood Education Act is the name of various landmark laws passed by the United States Congress outlining federal programs and funding for childhood education from pre-school through kindergarten. sections 16 and 17 and the heading above section 16 of the Education Amendment Act (No 2) 1998. An Act to reform the administration of education, salaries, limitations on staffing, and powers of Secretary to employ teachers and create positions, and institutional autonomy of institutions (other than NZIST), About this describe the Board’s operations for the period beginning on 1 July 2003 and ending immediately before the effective date; and, if the Board has not already prepared and forwarded to the Minister an annual report on the operations of the Board for the year ended 30 June 2003 under Part 5 of the Public Finance Act 1989, describe the Board’s operations for that year; and, financial statements of the Board prepared, in accordance with Part 5 of the Public Finance Act 1989, for that period and, if paragraph (b) applies, that year; and. I I "basic school" means a school that offers a course of edu- I I cational training for students under the age of six I years; The enactment of P.L. The children Act 1989 and early childhood services. The Education Act 1989 (Section 308) defines early childhood education centres as all places regularly catering for the education or care of three or more children under six who are not children of the caregiver. Education Act 1989: repealed, on 1 August 2020, by section 669(3)(b) of the Education and Training Act 2020 (2020 No 38). Note Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this official reprint. all functions, assets, liabilities, and rights of the Board, by virtue of this section, become those of the Crown. The disestablishment of the Board, and the transfer of its functions, assets, liabilities, and rights to the Crown, does not affect—, the assets, liabilities, or rights of the Crown or the Board (other than by transferring them); or. 99-457 provides a challenge to the filed of education of the deaf and to early childhood educators to re-examine basic assumptions about the range of services, the professionals providing those services, and the role of families who have children with hearing impairments. 3, the Early Childhood Education and Development Act of 1989, be passed as amended. does not apply to individual employment agreements (if any). About this 417-429. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law: Vol. site, Early childhood and compulsory education: statement of National Education and Learning Priorities, Minister may issue statement of National Education and Learning Priorities, Rights to primary and secondary education, Transitional, savings, and related provisions, Right to free primary and secondary education, Restriction on attendance at certain schools, Boards to reimburse the Crown for expenditure in respect of, Dates for starting school under cohort entry policy, Adoption or revocation of cohort entry policy, Restrictions on enrolment at secondary school, Additional restrictions on enrolment at correspondence school, Certain domestic students may be required to pay fees for tuition from correspondence schools, Equal rights to primary and secondary education, Enrolment schemes, and suspension, expulsion, and exclusion of students, Limitations on enrolment at certain primary schools, How to select applicants who live outside home zone, Instructions and guidelines on operation of enrolment schemes, Process for developing and adopting enrolment scheme, Proposed enrolment schemes to be approved by Secretary, Development of enrolment scheme by Secretary, Information about school’s enrolment scheme, Making minor amendments to enrolment schemes, Pre-enrolment in schools with enrolment schemes, Enrolment may be annulled if based on false information, Secretary may direct board to enrol applicant, Enrolment schemes of certain State schools, Obligation to report to Parliament on enrolment schemes, Enrolment schemes for certain other schools, Standing-down, suspension, exclusion, and expulsion of, Principal may stand-down or suspend students, Board’s powers when suspended student younger than 16, Secretary’s powers when excluded student younger than 16, Board’s powers when suspended student 16 or older, Duties of principal when student stood-down or suspended, Who may attend board meeting concerning suspensions, Re-enrolment of excluded or expelled student, Notice requirements for stand-downs, suspensions, exclusions, and expulsions, Recommendation that student should attend particular school, Principal may preclude student for health reasons, New Zealand citizens and residents between 6 and 16 must be enrolled at registered school, Secretary may exempt from enrolment persons placed in residence or programme under, Students required to enrol must attend school, Release from tuition on religious or cultural grounds, Release from tuition in specified parts of health curriculum, Principal may exempt from attendance for short period, Secretary may require parents of certain children to enrol them at correspondence school, Provider group for secondary-tertiary programme, Secretary may enter into agreement with provider group, Provider group plan for secondary-tertiary programme, Recognition as lead provider of secondary-tertiary programme, Lead provider to co-ordinate secondary-tertiary programme, Provider group or lead provider to notify student and parents about any school attendance requirement, Withdrawal from secondary-tertiary programme, Provisional and full registration of private schools, Suspensions and expulsions of students from private schools to be notified to Secretary, Secretary may require application for registration of school, Criteria for registration as private school, Additional and substituted premises to be approved, Statement of National Education and Learning Priorities, Manager must have regard to statement of National Education and Learning Priorities, Managers to advise Secretary of private school ceasing operation, Managers must advise Secretary of school ceasing operation, Review of private schools registered under section 35A, Review of schools registered under section 35A, Actions by Secretary in regard to schools registered under section 35A, Secretary’s actions in regard to schools registered under section 35A, Suspension of registration if welfare of students may be at risk, Record-keeping in relation to grants to private schools, Suspensions and expulsions from private schools, Offences in relation to operation of private schools, Entry where private school suspected of being unregistered, Board continued for purposes of this Part, Council may refuse to act in certain cases, Council may decide not to proceed with matter, Curriculum statements and national performance measures, Consultation about treatment of health curriculum, Procedural requirements of preparing or updating school charter, When school charter or updated charter takes effect, Board must make copies of school charter available, Secretary may require board to get specialist support, Application of new acquisition of securities, borrowing, guarantees, indemnities, and derivative transactions rules, Restrictions on giving of guarantees and indemnities, Minister may declare land to be no longer needed for educational purposes, Other agreements to occupy school land or buildings, Courses, work experience, and visits outside school premises, Land no longer needed for educational purposes, Community of learning approved by Minister, Secretary may enter agreement with community of learning, Community of learning that has agreement with Secretary must also prepare plan, Report to Secretary by community of learning, Performance review of community of learning, Regulations relating to control and management of schools, Police vetting of non-teaching and unregistered employees at schools, Police vetting of contractors and their employees who work at schools, Police vet must be obtained before person has unsupervised access to students, Further Police vets to be obtained under this Part every 3 years, Regulations relating to school risk management scheme, Appointment of additional trustee by Minister, Dissolution of board and appointment of commissioner, Commissioner sets date for election of trustees, Protection of limited statutory managers and commissioners, Application of interventions to Kura Kaupapa Maori, Minister may prescribe exemptions to mandatory condition, Effect of non-compliance with earlier discretionary grants, Payment of teacher salaries from sources other than grants, Management of financial management system, Financial statements to be included in annual report, Payment of travel costs and attendance fees, Transitional arrangements for payment of teacher salaries, Salaries of teachers at certain schools to be paid by the Crown, Agreements to move from central payment of teacher salaries, Payment of salaries of certain teachers out of grants, Restrictions on payment of salaries of regular teachers by boards of payrolled schools, Payment of salaries of relieving teachers and employment-based trainee teachers, Limitations on appointment and employment of regular teachers at payrolled schools, Secretary may grant exemptions in individual cases, Reduction in grants where limitations not complied with, Powers of Secretary to employ teachers and create positions, Employment-based trainee teaching positions, Limitations on co-option and appointment of trustees, Composition of boards of special institutions, Minister may approve alternative constitution in certain cases, Consequences of approval of alternative constitution, Actions of boards not to be questioned for informality in membership, Criteria for selecting co-opted and appointed trustees, Staggered elections for parent representatives, Election not to be held when school under notice of closure, Consultation requirements for staggered elections of parent representatives, Provisions relating to board with staggered election cycle where commissioner appointed, Validation and invalidation of elections of boards, Certain persons ineligible to be trustees, Financial interests that disqualify persons from being trustees, Commissioner may be appointed if board inactive or trustees too few, Minister may dissolve board for cause, and direct appointment of commissioner, Consultation with proprietors of integrated school, Minister may combine boards at establishment, Splitting boards that were combined at establishment, Allocation of employees after combined board split, Transfer of assets of split combined board, Each school to be represented on combined board, Appointment of principal of combined board, Regulations about planning, implementation, monitoring, and reporting, Restrictions on appointment and employment of teaching staff, Restrictions on continued employment of teachers, Restrictions on activities of teachers whose practising certificate or limited authority to teach subject to interim suspension, Determining whether or not training satisfactory, Determining good character and fitness to be teacher, Determining whether or not employment satisfactorily completed, Matching of register information and information about payment of teacher salaries at payrolled schools, Cancellation of registration as teacher and cancellation of limited authority to teach, Reclassification of teacher’s registration, Determining character and likely teaching ability, Mandatory reporting of dismissals and resignations, Mandatory reporting of complaints received about former employees, Mandatory reporting of possible serious misconduct, Mandatory reporting of failure to reach required level of competence, Complaints and reports relating to teacher conduct, Powers of Complaints Assessment Committee, Powers of Disciplinary Tribunal in relation to witnesses, Investigation of mandatory reports about competence, Powers of Teachers Council after finding required level of competence not attained, Teachers Council must co-ordinate Police vetting, No corporal punishment in early childhood, No seclusion at or on behalf of registered school or early childhood service, Limits on use of physical restraint in schools, Searches of clothing and bags or other containers, Restrictions on searches under section 139AAB, Limitations on sections 139AAA and 139AAB, Refusal to reveal, produce, or surrender item, Power to search storage containers not affected, Rules about surrender and retention of property and searches, Guidelines about surrender and retention of property and searches, Offence of insulting, abusing, or intimidating staff, Consequential amendments to Private Schools Conditional Integration Act 1975, Other consequential amendments, repeals, revocations, and savings, Education boards and secondary schools councils abolished, Authorised person for purpose of section 144D, Provision of education at composite schools, Minister may redesignate, or remove designation from, schools, Provisions applying to Kura Kaupapa Maori established before commencement of Education (Te Aho Matua) Amendment Act 1999, Acknowledgment of adoption of Te Aho Matua, Process for establishing designated character schools, Election or appointment of boards of continuing schools, Alternative constitutions for continuing schools, Provision by one board of tuition for students enrolled at school administered by another, Approval and operation of partnership schools kura hourua, Prohibitions on operation of partnership schools kura hourua, Sponsor to control management of partnership school kura hourua, Annual financial statements of partnership schools kura hourua, Partnership school kura hourua may participate in school risk management scheme, Intervention in partnership school kura hourua by Secretary, Enrolment in partnership schools kura hourua, Equal rights to primary and secondary education in partnership schools kura hourua, Special education in partnership schools kura hourua, Multiple timetable arrangements in partnership schools kura hourua, Secretary’s powers when student younger than 16 is excluded from partnership school kura hourua, Re-enrolment by partnership school kura hourua of student excluded or expelled, Courses and visits outside partnership school kura hourua premises, Application of Act to partnership schools kura hourua, Application of this Act to partnership schools kura hourua, Application of Education (Stand-Down, Suspension, Exclusion, and Expulsion) Rules 1999 to partnership schools kura hourua, Application of other Acts to partnership schools kura hourua, Application of New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 to partnership schools kura hourua, Application of Privacy Act 1993 to partnership schools kura hourua, Official Information Act 1982 not to apply to partnership schools kura hourua, Application of State Sector Act 1988 to institutions sponsoring partnership schools kura hourua, Application of Ombudsmen Act 1975 to institutions sponsoring partnership schools kura hourua, General provisions relating to tertiary education, Object of provisions relating to tertiary education, Importance of tertiary education strategy, Revocation and replacement or amendment of tertiary education strategy, Ministry may hold and disseminate information, Secretary may delegate certain powers and functions to Commission, Outline of framework for planning, funding, and monitoring in tertiary education sector, Duties of Commission in relation to workforce development council, Offers of employment in equivalent positions for Careers New Zealand employees, Power of Commission to require information from workforce development council, Effect of offers on certain agreements and entitlements, Power of Commission to audit workforce development council, No compensation for technical redundancy of employees of Careers New Zealand, Principles guiding how Commission operates, Minister may review performance of Commission, Delegation of functions or powers of Minister, Monitoring and reporting function of chief executive in relation to institutions, Additional requirement of NZIST’s council to provide information, Minister determines design of funding mechanisms, Restrictions on design of funding mechanisms, Funding mechanisms consistent with quality assurance principle, Commission to implement funding mechanisms, Variation of determination of design of funding mechanisms, Requirements for, and content of, proposed plans, Exemption from certain requirements for proposed plans, Content of, and processes for submitting, proposed plans prescribed by Commission, Commission may exempt organisation from complying with certain matters, Exemption from requirement to submit proposed plan, Preparing and consulting on proposed plans, Assessment of proposed plans and giving of funding approval, Commission’s assessment of proposed plans, giving of funding approval, and payment of funding, Commission may decline to assess proposed plan, Conditions on receiving funding under section 159YA, Accountability for funding received under section 159YA, Suspension or revocation of funding given under section 159YA, Review of decision by delegate to suspend or revoke funding given under section 159YA, Organisation may seek approval for significant amendment, or replacement, of plan, Effect of significant amendment or replacement of plan under section 159YK, Commission may make significant amendment to plan, Effect of significant amendment made to plan under section 159YM, Minister must determine design of funding mechanisms, Approval of profiles for funding purposes, Funding under this Part other than via plans, Conditions on funding received under section 159ZC, Accountability for funding received under section 159ZC, Review of decision made by delegate to suspend or revoke funding under section 159ZC, Establishment and disestablishment of tertiary institutions, Constitutions of councils of existing institutions, Constitutions of councils of new institutions, Constitution to provide for membership of council, Certain people disqualified from appointment, Matters to be considered when appointing members, Statutes relating to appointment of members by councils of institutions, Limitations on number of occasions on which people may be appointed as members of councils, Certain acts and proceedings not invalidated by defects, Transitional provisions relating to an institution’s first council, Application of Local Authorities (Members’ Interests) Act 1968, Consideration of proposed charter or amendment, Power of Minister to initiate amendment of charter, What happens if institution has no charter, Criteria for risk assessment of institutions, Institutions to provide information if required, Minister may dissolve council and appoint commissioner, Review of operation of sections 195A to 195F, Transitional provisions for employment of staff, How institutions may use income and capital, Transfer of assets and liabilities on commencement, Taxes and duties in relation to property of existing institutions, Transfer of Crown assets and liabilities to institutions, Resumption of land on recommendations of Waitangi Tribunal, Resumption of land to be effected under Public Works Act 1981, Orders in Council relating to transfer of assets and liabilities, Interpretation relating to transfer of assets and liabilities, Taxes and duties where disestablished institution incorporated into other institution, Minister may require related entities to prepare statements or reports, Annual report to be available for inspection, New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, Statutes relating to appointment of members by polytechnic councils, Membership of more than one polytechnic council, Matters to be considered when appointments made, Duties of members of polytechnic councils, Initial membership of polytechnic councils after dissolution of combined council, Polytechnic councils may establish combined academic boards, Minister may specify administrative regions for NZIST, Matters to be considered when Minister appoints members to NZIST’s council, Additional provisions applying to NZIST’s council and NZIST subsidiaries, NZIST’s council must establish advisory committees, NZIST must obtain consent for certain capital projects of NZIST or NZIST subsidiary, NZIST subsidiary must obtain consent before exercising powers under section 192(4), Criteria for risk assessment of NZIST and related entities, NZIST or related entity must provide information if required, Minister may dissolve NZIST’s council and appoint commissioner, Application of Crown Entities Act 2004 to NZIST’s council, Additional provisions of Crown Entities Act 2004 that apply to NZIST’s council, Further provisions relating to NZIST subsidiaries, Disclosure of enrolment information by institutions, Ministerial direction to institutions relating to compulsory student services fees, Tertiary institutions to give prospective students information about fees, Membership of associations of tertiary students, Membership of students association voluntary, Recognition of community tertiary education provider, Minister may recognise community tertiary education provider, Programmes and training schemes in which international students enrolled, Requirements that private training establishments must comply with before enrolling international students, Requirement to be registered before providing approved programmes or training schemes, Applications for registration of private training establishments, Authority may verify identity of governing members of private training establishment, Criteria for determining whether governing member of private training establishment is fit and proper person, Conditions and other requirements of registration, Information that must be given to prospective students, Information that private training establishments must give prospective students, Application of rules relating to student fee protection, Student fees must be deposited with independent trustee, Refund entitlements of international students, Rules apply if students withdraw because of programme or training scheme closure, Ministerial direction to registered private training establishments relating to compulsory student services fees, Information sharing with other government departments, Private training establishment to notify immigration officer if student withdraws from programme or training scheme, Disclosure of enrolment information by private training establishments, Duties of private training establishments to maintain student records, Establishment to notify immigration officer if student withdraws from course, Fees for domestic students must not exceed maximums set in conditions of funding, Grants to private training establishments, Signatory providers may enrol persons as international students, Obligation on provider to enrol person as international student, Providers must enrol persons as international students in certain circumstances, Code administrator may issue compliance notices, Signatory providers to comply with compliance notices, Pastoral care of domestic and international students, Providers and signatory providers to comply with notices, Student contract dispute resolution scheme established, Rules of student contract dispute resolution scheme, Offence relating to breach of code resulting in serious harm to or death of students, Pecuniary penalty relating to breach of code, Relationship between offences and penalties, Taxes and duties in relation to Vice-Chancellors Committee, General saving of statutes, etc, of University of New Zealand, Certain functions of Authority in relation to entrance to universities, Accreditation to provide approved programmes, Training schemes and consents to assess against standards, When a consent expires or ceases to have effect, Functions and powers of Authority in relation to universities, Exercise of certain powers of Authority by Vice-Chancellors Committee, Powers of Authority in granting of awards, Use of certain terms in name or description of registered establishment or wananga, Minister may consent to use of certain terms in name or description of registered establishment or wananga, Membership of Government Superannuation Fund, Employees transferring from other government employment, Provisions relating to continuation, constitution, and operation of New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Continuation of New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Accreditation to provide approved courses, Conditions on accreditation to provide approved courses, Awards for approved nationally recognised courses, Minister may consent to registered establishments using certain terms in their names, Saving of certain statutes, etc, of University of New Zealand, Membership of board of Education New Zealand, International education stakeholder advisory committee, Board to comply with document of accountability, Minister may dismiss Board where non-compliance not rectified, Minister to publish certain documents and directions, Application of Part 2 of Commerce Act 1986, Transfer of Ministry employees to Education New Zealand, No compensation for technical redundancy of employees of Education New Zealand Trust, Transitional provisions relating to Education and Training Support Agency, Careers New Zealand is service for purposes of this Part, Minister may require Board to negotiate document of accountability, Minister may prepare document where no agreement reached, Communication of government policy to the Board, Employees transferring from Ministry and education boards, Board may not delegate power to appoint general manager, Offences relating to use of certain terms, Offences relating to false representations, Liability of body corporate and directors in respect of false representations, Offence to issue false qualifications and falsify records, Offence to fail to comply with section 236A (student records), Offence to provide or advertise cheating services, Offences relating to enrolment of international students and registration of private training establishments, Offence to contravene requirements in section 234E relating to student fees, Transitional provisions consequential on repeal of Adult Education Act 1963, Taxes and duties in relation to property of former National Council of Adult Education, Transitional provisions consequential on repeal of Trades Certification Act 1966, Taxes and duties in relation to property of former New Zealand Trades Certification Board, Transitional provisions consequential on repeal of Universities Act 1961, Taxes and duties in relation to certain property of former University Grants Committee, Transitional provisions consequential on repeal of Vocational Awards Act 1979, Transitional and savings provisions relating to councils of tertiary institutions consequential on enactment of Education Amendment Act 2015, Transitional and savings provisions relating to other matters consequential on enactment of Education Amendment Act 2015, Taxes and duties in relation to property of former Authority for Advanced Vocational Awards, Other provisions relating to Student Allowance Appeal Authorities, Appointment of temporary acting Authority, Online publication of information about procedures, time frames, and progress of decisions, Disclosure of enrolment information by secondary schools, Suspension or refusal for not providing information, Use of student allowance information for purposes of, Ministry may carry out information matching of student loan information, Meaning of early childhood education and care centre, Funding of certain early childhood services and certificated playgroups, Reporting requirements if grant paid to licence-exempt centre, Loans to licensed early childhood services, Service providers operating early childhood education and care centres to be licensed, Police vetting of contractors and their employees who work at early childhood services, Internal procedures relating to Police vets, Payment of fees for attendance of children at kindergartens, Certain service providers may be licensed, Requirements for licensed home-based education and care service, Regulations relating to certification of playgroups, Application of Legislation Act 2012 to certain material incorporated by reference, Powers of entry and inspection without warrant, Powers of entry and inspection with warrant, Police vetting of non-teaching and unregistered employees at licensed early childhood services, Police vetting of contractors and their employees who work at licensed early childhood services, Police vet must be obtained before person has unsupervised access to children, Procedures relating to Police vets under section 319D or 319E, Police vetting of household members for home-based services, Police vetting of adult members of household where licensed home-based education and care service provided, When Police vet under section 319FB must be obtained, Procedures relating to Police vets under section 319FB, Service provider to obtain further Police vets under this Part every 3 years, Further Police vets to be obtained every 3 years, Centres situated on property owned by, or leased to, the Crown, Existing early childhood centres deemed to be licensed, Existing chartered care arrangers deemed to be licensed, Funding conditions during transitional period, Recognition and funding of other services, Educational services to which this Part applies, Chief Review Officer to perform certain functions, Provisions concerning students with enrolment exemption, Powers of review officers for purposes of sections 328A to 328D, Review officers to prove identity before acting under section 328C, Powers of review officers for purposes of sections 328E to 328H, Review officers to prove identity before acting under section 328G, Application of Government Superannuation Fund Act 1956, Consultation with State Services Commissioner, Existing rights, assets, liabilities, and debts, Special provision for chief executive of correspondence school, Restrictions on activities of teachers whose practising certificate or limited authority to teach is subject to interim suspension, Determining whether training satisfactory, Determining whether employment satisfactorily completed, Fees and costs for registration and practising certificates, Cancellation of limited authority to teach, Determining character or fitness to hold limited authority to teach, Fees and costs for granting limited authority to teach, Periods of registration before commencement of this section, Issue of statement of Government policy relating to Teaching Council’s functions, Interim suspension until matter about or involving possible serious misconduct concluded, Evidence at Disciplinary Tribunal hearings, Powers of Competence Authority after finding required level of competence not attained, Appeals from decisions of Competence Authority, Preservation of special character of State integrated schools, State integrated schools part of State system, Procedure for establishing, disestablishing, merging, and closing State integrated schools, Applications relating to proposed schools, Other matters that may be included in integration agreements, Integration agreements: machinery matters, Minister may require information to be provided, Cancellation by agreement between parties, Notification of cancellation or of closing of State integrated school, Disposal of assets on cancellation of integration agreement or closing of State integrated school, Moneys to be paid into Crown Bank Account, Certain assets remain vested in proprietors, Restriction on cancellation of integration agreement or closure of State integrated schools, Administration of State integrated schools, Enrolment, conditions of attendance, and instruction of students at State integrated schools, Participation in general school programmes, Religious observances and religious instruction, Withdrawal and reinstatement of right to charge attendance dues, Consequences of failure to pay attendance dues, Accounts of money raised under section 451, Powers and responsibilities of proprietors, Consequences of failure to arrange insurance, Proprietors not to question curriculum or teaching methods, Requirements in respect of appointments of teachers, Religious instruction: appointments to special positions relating to character of State integrated school, Effect of religious instruction requirements in advertisements, Restrictions on requirement for teacher to take part in religious instruction, No compensation for determination of employment, Grants to private schools before integration, Relationship between this Part and other Parts and other enactments, Regulations relating to State integrated schools, Power for Secretary to direct institutions in relation to COVID-19 measures, Training agreements and apprenticeship training agreements part of employment agreement, Establishment of workforce development councils, Disestablishment of workforce development councils, Functions of workforce development councils, Workforce development council’s functions in relation to wananga, Workforce development council must not operate registered establishment, Annual fee payable by workforce development council, Qualifications Authority may issue quality assurance improvement notice, Qualifications Authority may issue compliance notice, Apprenticeship training activities must be included in proposed plan, Duties of persons carrying out apprenticeship training activities, Minister may issue apprenticeship training code, Availability of apprenticeship training code, Apprenticeship training code to be taken into account by mediator, Employment Relations Authority, and Employment Court, Application of Legislation Act 2012 to apprenticeship training code, Levy order may require provision of information, Independent returning officer must conduct ballot, Workforce development council must identify potential members of levy group, Returning officer must notify potential members of levy group, Commission must resolve coverage disputes, Returning officer must keep ballot papers, etc, Levy is payable by qualifying members to workforce development council, Levy order may provide for collection by agent, Duties of workforce development councils and others in relation to levies, Levy funds must be kept in separate bank accounts and used only for authorised purposes, Duty to protect commercially sensitive information, Arbitration or mediation system must be established, Administrative provisions applying to Parent Advocacy Council, Application of Crown Entities Act 2004 to school boards of trustees, Consequential amendments to Education Act 1964, Application of Crown Entities Act 2004 to tertiary education institutions, Administrative provisions applying to Vice-Chancellors Committee, Administrative provisions applying to New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Administrative provisions applying to the, Administrative provisions applying to Tertiary Research Board, Transitional and savings provisions relating to councils of tertiary institutions, Transitional and savings provisions relating to other matters, Provisions applying on dissolution of NZIST subsidiary, Further provisions of Act that apply and do not apply to NZIST subsidiaries, Education (Tertiary Reform) Amendment Act 2002, Education (Disestablishment of Early Childhood Development Board) Amendment Act 2004, Education (Tertiary Reforms) Amendment Act 2007, Education (Polytechnics) Amendment Act 2009, Education (Freedom of Association) Amendment Act 2011. 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