Education Review Series

“New Zealand Education Review occupies a unique place in educational media.

With its themed issues – NZ Teacher, Leadership & Professional Development, Postgrad Education, ICT & Procurement, and Postgrad & Research – the Education Review series is able to achieve unrivalled coverage of the topics concerning those with a vested interest in New Zealand’s schooling and tertiary sectors.

We get the sector talking. The level of discussion, debate, and feedback is evidence that the series is hitting the right mark with its readership.

We believe it is important to engage with our readers and our growing online and social media presence helps us to do this. These channels allow us to keep people informed on education news as it happens, and to maintain a constant stream of interaction with our readers, so that Education Review is the obvious place to turn to for all things education.”

Jude Barback, Editor, Education Review Series

 

New Zealand Education Review is a print and digital series. 6,500 copies of Education Review are distributed nationally to teachers, principals, boards of trustees, and key decision makers in the education sector. The series is read by all levels of the sector, from early childhood education, through to primary, secondary, and tertiary education.

We believe it is important to engage with our readers and our growing online and social media presence helps us to do this. These channels allow us to keep people informed on education news as it happens, and to maintain a constant stream of interaction with our readers, so that Education Review is the obvious place to turn to for all things education.

Education Review Series includes

  • NZ Teacher
  • Leadership & Professional Development
  • Postgrad Education
  • ICT & Procurement
  • Postgrad & Research

 

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"The Education Review Series is read by all levels of the sector, from early childhood education, through to primary, secondary, and tertiary education."
Education Review Series'S AUDIENCE PROFILE