What do you know about New Zealand's history, and do you think you could compete with your child?
Earlier today, we put you through our first NZ history test, now here's the second.
The changes to the national curriculum follow years of schools being able to choose how New Zealand history was covered.
This has meant there was variation in how it was taught, leaving much to chance what students learn.
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But after the changes, key aspects of New Zealand history and how they have influenced and shaped the nation will be taught in every school.
These history lessons are expected to include the arrival of Māori, early colonisation, the Treaty of Waitangi, immigration to New Zealand, and the evolving identity of the country. New Zealand's involvement in the Pacific will also be covered.
The Herald has put together another small quiz to see just how much our readers know about our nation's history: