New zealand education system

 What do we know about the education of New Zealand, where The Lord of the Rings was filmed? Let's take a closer look at the education of this magical country. Education in New Zealand is usually paid for by the government. Education is compulsory between the ages of 5 and 16. In public schools, students are supported by the government until the age of 19. The higher education system is similar to the UK system. Every country has educational curricula that can be considered the same. Well, what about the differences? Wānanga Institutes Unique to New Zealand, Wānanga institutes offer programs reflecting Māori culture. Education is both preparation (‘Māori kaupapa’) and practice-oriented, based on a strong cultural ground and rules (‘tikanga’). Students are encouraged to approach their field of study with new ways of critical thinking in line with the traditional values of Māori culture. Field-Specific Training In New Zealand, undergraduate students are not required to meet general e