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Axe hangs over Hato Petera
Axe hangs over Hato Petera

Auckland's last Maori boarding school faces closure after its proprietor announced a consultation process into its future…

Student starts new research on Springboks tour

Capturing the experiences and impacts of the 1981 Springbok tour on 'ordinary' Kiwis, rather than protesters, is the focus…

New rule shuts door on valued teacher

A highly experienced maths and physics teacher has been ordered out of the classroom despite a dire shortage of teachers…

Grammar school 'dysfunctional', finds ERO

The Ministry of Education has placed Auckland Girls' Grammar school under statutory management.

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For Elizabeth Harrison the loss of her daughter Eden…

Watch: New Samoa Consulate Office in Mangere video Watch: New Samoa Consulate Office in Mangere

A fale is being opened tomorrow for the new Samoa…

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video Mike's Minute: A week of big ideas in NZ

We owe it to our kids to have a flexible career advice system that helps them grow a passion for a career they potentially…

Career plans for senior students
Career plans for senior students

Labour wants careers advice to be more professional.

Drug testing putting trade students off
Drug testing putting trade students off

Drug testing comes in - student enrolments drop.

NZ popular with overseas students
NZ popular with overseas students

More overseas students are choosing New Zealand as their study destination.

Education

$500,000 school contract with no tender
$500,000 school contract with no tender

A trust with close ties to the Government - including former All Black and National Party supporter…

Unis bust more than 80 exam cheats

More than 80 tertiary students were caught cheating last year, with some busted for writing cheat notes on their bodies…

NZ risks missing digital wave - futurist

Education futurist Frances Valintine fears New Zealand risks being left behind in the global digital revolution.

Half of school reports 'unclear'

About half of school reports to parents on national standards are unclear and the assessments they contain lack dependability…

What I'd sacrifice to avoid a student loan
What I'd sacrifice to avoid a student loan

Free tertiary education used to be possible here. What would you sacrifice to make it the case again?…

Why has this school banned clapping?

A Sydney primary school has banned clapping. Instead students can "silently cheer", but only when prompted by teachers.

Teacher made student cry, bullied teens

An Auckland high school teacher has been found guilty of serious misconduct following a number of bullying incidents of…

Maori must help Maori to fly high

COMMENT: Tribal authorities have an important role to play in lifting the lives and aspirations of their people.

School builds up to cope with demand

Newmarket School will get a four-storey high classroom block to cater for its growing roll as part of an $8.7 million redevelopment…

Partnership school deal called off
Partnership school deal called off

The Government's charter school model has been branded "an unworkable mirage" by former MP John Tamihere…

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Lightning strike hits Karamea School
Lightning strike hits Karamea School

Karamea School students got a lesson on the power of nature today, after lightning struck the school during lunchtime.

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