Whaia te iti kahurangi

Search for great things*

In 2011 Pearson realised a long-term strategic goal of becoming a preferred supplier to the Ministry of Education for Māori Medium publishing. We are now contracted directly from the Ministry of Education to provide Māori content  for distribution to Kura Kaupapa (Primary) and Wharekura (Secondary) schools. Being a preferred supplier enables Pearson to work directly with the Ministry to plan, develop and deliver high quality Māori medium resources for schools. 

* From a whakataukī or proverbial saying most often used to inspire, to succeed, to aim high, to achieve ones' goals in life; to work hard and to the best of ones ability to achieve these things. This proverb is used commonly for education in its broadest sense - education begins at birth and ends at death.

 

The Learning Curve - Lessons in country performance in education

Pearson has published a major piece of work called The Learning Curve, a new programme of research about education. The research, carried out by The Economist Intelligence Unit, draws on 2,500 data points from 50 countries; a distinguished external advisory panel; detailed quantitative analysis; and a broad series of interviews with leading experts on education around the world. Click here to read more.

 

The Pearson Think Tank aims to harness the depth and breadth of expertise within Pearson and our partners, to provide a clear, positive and respected voice on the key education issues that matter. We conduct a range of research activities, offering evidence-based and original thinking as well as high quality publications providing value to both policymakers and practitioners. Click here to find out more.

 

Our Blue Skies Publication is one such offering - a collection of bold, new ideas about the future of higher education with leading experts and a few less-well known voices each setting out their vision for the future with thirty-eight new ideas. Click here to download the complete book.