The criteria are to be developed in consultation with children, young people and their parents, whānau and communities, and a range of relevant national bodies. site, Some amendments have not yet been incorporated, Minister may issue statement of national education and learning priorities, Transitional, savings, and related provisions, Service providers operating early childhood education and care centres must be licensed, Certain other service providers may be licensed, Ministerial approval required for licensing application, Persons approved to apply for licence must be fit and proper, Requirements for licensed home-based education and care service, Application of Legislation Act 2012 to certain material incorporated by reference, Prohibition on corporal punishment and seclusion in early childhood services, Police vetting in respect of early childhood services, Offence relating to obstruction of right of entry, Offence of insulting, abusing, or intimidating teacher or staff, Subpart 1—Priorities, rights, and responsibilities, Right to free enrolment and free education at State schools (including entitlement to attend full-time), Students with special educational needs have same rights to education at State schools as others, Domestic students aged between 6 and 16 years must be enrolled at registered school, Students of registered schools required to attend whenever schools are open, Exemption from enrolment of student who has turned 15, Effect of exemption under section 38 or 39, Exemption of person placed in residence or programme under Oranga Tamariki Act 1989, Exceptions to attendance because of well-being or transitional plan, Exceptions to attendance because of secondary–tertiary programmes and multiple timetable arrangements, Exemption from attendance because of walking distance to school or some other reason, Exemption of student from attendance for period of no more than 5 days, Secretary may require enrolment of certain children at distance school, Reconsideration of special education enrolment or services, Board of State school may appoint attendance officer, Powers of attendance officers and constables, Release from tuition on religious or cultural grounds, Release from tuition for specified parts of health curriculum, Release from tuition for outside tuition or if good reasons to leave early, Courses, work experience, and visits outside school premises, Restrictions on employing school-age children, Religious instruction and observances at State primary and intermediate schools, Religious instruction and observances in State primary and intermediate schools, Student attendance at religious instruction must be confirmed, Student attendance at religious observances not compulsory, Teacher may be released from duties to take part in religious instruction or observances, Subpart 2—Restrictions on right to enrol at and attend school, Restrictions on enrolment at primary school, Dates for starting school under cohort entry policy, Adoption or revocation of cohort entry policy, Restrictions on enrolment at secondary school, Restrictions on secondary school enrolment, Restrictions on enrolment at distance school, Some domestic students may have to pay fees for tuition from distance schools, Additional entitlement to enrol in certain circumstances, Other restrictions on enrolment and attendance, Secretary may direct that students attend particular schools, Principals may preclude students for health reasons, Principals of State schools may stand down or suspend students, Powers of State school board when suspended students aged under 16 years, Secretary’s powers when excluded students aged under 16 years, Powers of State school board when suspended students aged 16 years or over, Duties of principals when students stood down or suspended from State schools, Who may attend State school board meeting concerning suspensions, Re-enrolment of excluded or expelled student, Notice requirements for stand-downs, suspensions, exclusions, and expulsions, Subpart 3—Teaching, learning, and well-being, Curriculum and performance measures of schools, Curriculum statements and national performance measures, Board of State school must consult about delivery of health curriculum, Restrictions on appointment and continued employment of teaching staff, Restrictions on continued employment of teachers, Chief executive of distance school not required to be registered, Restrictions on teachers subject to interim suspension, Further provisions relating to registration of teachers, practising certificates, and authorities to teach, Teaching in State primary and intermediate schools must be secular, Prohibition on corporal punishment and seclusion in registered schools, Limits on use of physical restraint at registered schools, Rules on use of physical restraint at registered schools, Guidelines on use of physical restraint and behaviour management at registered schools, Students at State schools may be released from tuition or for outside tuition, Students at State schools must receive guidance and counselling and their parents must be told about certain things, Subpart 4—Searches and surrender of property, Searches of clothing and bags or other containers, Restrictions on searches under section 107, Refusal to produce, reveal, 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, Subpart 5—Administration of State schools, Communities of learning for State schools, State schools may use off-site locations approved by Minister, State schools and special institutions must have boards, Proprietors of State integrated schools may vary number of board members they appoint, Composition of boards of special institutions, Objectives of boards in governing schools, Boards may appoint, suspend, and dismiss principal, Principal is chief executive of board in relation to school’s control and management, Board’s policies and practices must reflect cultural diversity, Statements of variance and annual reports, School strategic plan and annual implementation plan, Secretary to review and approve draft strategic plan, Board to monitor performance against strategic planning documents, Strategic planning documents to be on Internet site, Acts that are not in best interests of board, Dealings between boards and other persons, Financial and property matters and application of Crown Entities Act 2004, Restrictions on acquisition of securities, Restrictions on giving of guarantees and indemnities, Other agreements to occupy school land or buildings, Monitoring of and reporting on student performance, Boards may augment code of conduct for board members, Board members must comply with code of conduct, Sanctions for failures to comply with code of conduct, Validation and invalidation of board elections, Interventions in State schools by Secretary or Minister, Appointment of additional board member by Minister, Dissolution of board and appointment of commissioner, Commissioner sets date for election of board members, Personal liability of limited statutory managers and commissioners, Application of interventions to State integrated schools, Application of interventions to Kura Kaupapa Māori, Subpart 6—Establishment and designation of State schools, Overview: classifications and types of State schools, Provision of education at composite schools, Minister may change classification of school, Minister may designate and redesignate schools, Process for establishing designated character schools, State integrated schools part of State system, Secretary may require application for registration of school, Recognition of secondary–tertiary programmes, Panel may make recommendation or determination, Participation in dispute resolution process, Duty to comply with prescribed processes or procedures, Personal liability of Chief Referee and deputy chief referees, Personal liability of panel members and mediators, Offence relating to failure to comply with notice given under section 46, Offence relating to employing school-age children, Offence relating to insulting, abusing, or intimidating teachers or staff members of registered schools, Offence relating to interference with attendance officers, Offences relating to operation of private schools, Tertiary education and vocational education and training, Roles within tertiary education and vocational education and training sectors, Ministry may hold and disseminate information, Ministerial direction to institutions relating to compulsory student services fees, Institutions to give prospective students information about fees, Provisions about student loans and allowances and Student Allowance Appeal Authorities, Subpart 2—Teaching, learning, and well-being, Membership of students association voluntary, Application of sections 261 to 264 to private training establishments, Academic freedom and institutional autonomy of institutions (other than, Constitution to provide for membership of council, Certain people disqualified from appointment, Matters to be considered when appointing council members, Statutes relating to appointment of members by councils of institutions, Delegation of council’s functions and powers, Further provisions relating to delegation, Criteria for risk assessment of institutions (other than, Institutions to provide information to TEC if required, Minister may appoint Crown observers for institutions, Minister may dissolve council and appoint commissioner, Functions, duties, and powers of commissioner, Delegation of chief executive’s functions and powers, Further provisions applying to delegation, Financial matters and application of Crown Entities Act 2004, How institutions may use income and capital, Minister may require related entities to prepare statements or reports, Annual report to be available for inspection, Subpart 4—Te Pūkenga—New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology, Minister may specify administrative regions for, Matters to be considered when Minister appoints members to, Te Pūkenga—New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology’s council may request intervention, Application of Crown Entities Act 2004 to, Additional provisions of Crown Entities Act 2004 that apply to, Subpart 5—Private training establishments, Minister may recognise categories of private training establishments, Requirement to be registered before providing approved programmes or training schemes, Application for registration as registered establishment, NZQA may verify identity of governing members of private training establishment, Criteria for determining whether governing member is fit and proper person, Conditions and other requirements of registration, Fees for domestic students and employers may not exceed maximums set in conditions of funding, 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, Rules apply if students withdraw because of programme or training scheme closure, Requirement that funds be paid applies to all components of fee payable, Ministerial direction to registered establishments relating to compulsory student services fees, Duties of private training establishments to maintain student records, Subpart 6—Vocational education and training, 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 wānanga, Workforce development council may not operate registered establishment, Annual fee payable by workforce development council, NZQA may issue quality assurance improvement 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, Further provisions relating to training levy, Offences relating to information requests from MSD, Other offences relating to information requests from MSD, Offences relating to handling student fees, Offences relating to duties to maintain student records, Offences relating to use of certain terms, Offences relating to false representations, Offence to issue false qualifications and falsify records, Offence to provide or advertise cheating services, Offence relating to registration of private training establishments, Offences relating to enrolment of international students at private training establishments or institutions, Offences relating to allowances and student loans, Liability of body corporate and directors in respect of certain offences, Outline of framework for planning, funding, and monitoring in tertiary education sector, Chief executive must monitor and report on institutions, Duties of TEC in relation to workforce development councils, Power of TEC to require information from workforce development council, Power of TEC to audit workforce development councils, Secretary may delegate certain functions and powers to TEC, Minister may delegate functions or powers to TEC, Minister must determine design of funding mechanisms, Restrictions on design of funding mechanisms, Funding mechanisms consistent with quality assurance principle, Variation of determination of design of funding mechanisms, TEC may fund tertiary education programmes and activities, Conditions on funding received under section 428, Subpart 2—New Zealand Qualifications Authority, Additional functions of NZQA relating to entrance to universities, Accreditation to provide approved programmes, Training schemes and consents to assess against standards, When consent expires or ceases to have effect, Functions and powers of NZQA in relation to universities, Exercise of certain powers of NZQA by Vice-Chancellors Committee, NCEA may not be provided outside New Zealand, Use of certain terms in name or description of registered establishment or wānanga, Minister may consent to use of certain terms in name or description of registered establishment or wānanga, Education services to which this subpart applies, Chief Review Officer to perform certain functions, Provisions concerning students with enrolment exemption, Powers of review officers for purposes of section 466, Review officers to prove identity before acting under section 468, Powers of review officers for purposes of section 470, Review officers to prove identity before acting under section 472, Issue of statement of Government policy relating to Teaching Council’s functions, 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, Interim suspension until matter about or involving possible serious misconduct concluded, Evidence at Disciplinary Tribunal hearings, Powers of Disciplinary Tribunal in relation to witnesses, Appeals against decisions of disciplinary bodies, Investigation by Teaching Council of mandatory reports relating to competence and referral to Competence Authority for decision, Powers of Competence Authority after finding required level of competence not attained, Appeals against decisions of Competence Authority, Membership of board of Education New Zealand, International education advisory committee, Application of Part 2 of Commerce Act 1986, Certain international students may enrol at State schools as of right, Board must reimburse the Crown for expenditure relating to international students, International students at tertiary education and vocational education and training institutions, Requirements that private training establishments must comply with before enrolling international students, Refund entitlements of international students, Private training establishment to notify immigration officer if student withdraws from programme or training scheme, Signatory providers may enrol persons as international students, Providers must enrol persons as international students in certain circumstances, Pastoral care of domestic and international students, Student contract dispute resolution scheme established, Rules of student contract dispute resolution scheme, Offence relating to providing or offering to provide NCEA outside New Zealand, Offence relating to failure to report certain matters to Teaching Council, 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, Funding of certain early childhood services and certified playgroups, Loans to licensed early childhood services, Grants and supplementary grants to boards, Minister may prescribe exemptions to mandatory condition, Effect of non-compliance with conditions of earlier discretionary grants, Centres situated on land owned by, or leased to, the Crown, Minister may declare land no longer needed for educational purposes, Transfer of Crown assets and liabilities to institutions, Registrar-General of Land to register memorial, Resumption of land on recommendations of Waitangi Tribunal, Resumption of land to be acquired under Public Works Act 1981, Orders in Council relating to transfer of assets and liabilities, Effect of disestablishment of institution, Taxes and duties where disestablished institution incorporated into another institution, Salaries of teachers at certain schools to be paid by the Crown, Restrictions on payment of salaries of regular teachers by boards of payrolled schools, Payment of salaries of relieving teachers and employment-based trainee teachers, Limits on appointment and employment of regular teachers at payrolled schools, Secretary may grant exemptions in individual cases, Application of Employment Relations Act 2000, Negotiation of conditions of employment for employees of institutions, Personal liability of education service chief executives and employees, Personnel provisions in relation to education service, Restriction of compensation for technical redundancy arising from closure or merger of schools, Appointment of employees following closure or merger of schools, Conditions of employment of chief executive, Employment-based trainee teaching positions, Minister must issue eligibility criteria relating to appointment of principals, Board may develop additional criteria relating to appointment of principals, Secretary may require information for administration of Act, Powers of entry and inspection for places other than dwelling houses, Review officers to prove identity before acting under section 622, Power to enter and inspect, without warrant, homes used by licensed home-based education and care services, Review officers to prove identity before acting under section 624, Powers of entry and inspection without warrant, Powers of entry and inspection with warrant, Entry where private school suspected of being unregistered, Entry to inspect student accommodation subject to codes, Entry and inspection powers elsewhere in Act, Regulations relating to early childhood services, Regulations relating to certifying playgroups, Regulations relating to how schools must be run, Regulations relating to planning, implementation, monitoring, and reporting for schools and boards, Regulations relating to board elections and appointments, Regulations relating to imposition of export education levy, Regulations relating to school risk management schemes, Regulations relating to dispute resolution panels, Regulations relating to student allowances, Regulations relating to Student Allowance Appeal Authorities, Regulations relating to national student numbers, Regulations relating to State integrated schools, Regulations relating to composite schools, Application and purpose of sections 654 to 658, Power of Secretary to direct education entities, Offence relating to attempt to influence employer, Offences relating to national student numbers, Offence relating to obstructing power of entry, Offence relating to inspection of hostels, Offence relating to powers of entry and inspection, Offence relating to breach of order of Student Allowance Appeal Authority, Subpart 9—Consequential amendments, repeals, and revocations, Consequential amendments to other enactments, Teacher registration, practising certificates, and other matters, Student allowances and administration of student loans, Composition and operation of Student Allowance Appeal Authorities, Administrative provisions applying to Vice-Chancellors Committee, Further provisions of Act that apply and do not apply to, Electing and co-opting board members to boards of State schools, term of office of board members, and eligibility.