Leah McIvor has won the inaugural Whanganui Learning Centre Annual Scholarship, a sum which will assist her to continue her studies at a tertiary level.
The articles in this section feature local and regional Poupou (Member) news about adult literacy students, tutors, managers, events and programmes.
Scroll through the titles below to see a range of articles.
Read how Ashburton Learning Centre shared their Travelling Books with members of the Terrace View Retirement Village...
Tūturu – Keeping it Real: During 2015 we have commenced a number of projects that will guide Literacy Aotearoa into the future.
Learners remain the central focus as a new Poupou (member provider) emerges from the West Coast of the South Island; we look at the PIAAC survey, accessing health information, and a quick glance at Story week in Wellington.
Finance Minister Bill English and Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce have asked the Productivity Commission to review new and emerging models of tertiary education.
Te Tumuaki Bronwyn Yates attended the Women of Influence Awards held at SkyCity in Auckland as a finalist