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Cafe blamed for truancy
Cafe blamed for truancy

An internet cafe owner has been criticised by police for a lack of "social responsibility" for allowing a schoolboy to play…

Parents don't know how to be parents

An early childhood educator says many people are losing confidence in how to be parents because they see their role as going…

Teaching jobs on the rise

Teachers looking for a job should head to Wellington, according to Seek's latest Labour Market Report.

Scholarship crowns year of successes

An Auckland teen has made a "dream come true" and will be heading to one of the world's top universities on a scholarship…

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New detector puppies for Ministry for Primary Industries video New detector puppies for Ministry for Primary Industries

Two bouncy, wriggly beagle puppies will be spending…

April Fools: ZM Prank Radio Hosts video April Fools: ZM Prank Radio Hosts

ZM's Fletch, Vaughan and Megan trick their workmates…

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Dress to impress, teachers told
Dress to impress, teachers told

Teachers have been told to pull their socks up when it comes to their dress code.

Kerre McIvor: Parents do sons no favours
Kerre McIvor: Parents do sons no favours

As a parent, you want your child to know you've got their back, especially when they become teenagers.

Childcare firm given to charity
Childcare firm given to charity

The country's leading early childhood education provider, Kidicorp Limited will today announce its new status as a not-for-profit…

Aides resign after drug exchange
Aides resign after drug exchange

Two teacher aides caught passing drugs at an Auckland primary school have resigned today.

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Drugs exchanged in staffroom
Drugs exchanged in staffroom

An Auckland primary school has suspended two teacher aides after they were snapped exchanging cannabis…

Mai Chen: St Bede's decision raises questions

The case of the St Bede's College students who breached Civil Aviation rules while on a school rowing trip raises some big…

Editorial: Schools need more leeway from the law

Common sense, they say, is a large part of the law but it seems to desert courts when they are invited to overrule school…

Rowing legal action 'not taken lightly'

The families of two boys who went to the High Court to allow their sons to compete in a rowing regatta say they did it because…

Student pulls off grand prank
Student pulls off grand prank

It was meant to be the best excuse ever to get out of class - a bogus news report announcing NZ's biggest…

Destiny school's integration bid fails

Destiny Church's bid to make its private school part of the state system has failed. The church says the rejection is disappointing…

'School in a box' hope for refugees

Vodafone New Zealand is helping to boost education in refugee areas with the development of its instant classroom - a digital…

Twelve Questions: Dr Michelle Dickinson

Dr Michelle Dickinson, aka ‘Nanogirl’, who runs New Zealand's only nanomechanical lab, talks about science on TV, radio…

Northland charter school removes managers

A struggling Northland charter school has removed its management team in what it says is a last-ditch attempt at avoiding…

Flagship school on the brink
Flagship school on the brink

One of the country’s flagship charter schools is now teetering on the edge of closure. Kirsty Johnston…

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Full tums help the sums
Full tums help the sums

With more children coming to school hungry, a scientific study will for the first time guage the impact nutrition — or lack…

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