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If legal action is taken against our council, guess who pays the bill.
Comment: Kindergartens have pay parity with schools, not so early childcare centres. Why?
The licence was suspended after two thirds of teachers had cannabis in their system.
Education Minister Chris Hipkins says NZ is not ready for ban on religious instruction.
COMMENT: 'If enough citizens engage in it'. And this is the heart of the problem.
Parliament is considering one education act to rule them all.
The Auckland mayor has disclosed his priorities for the Govt's $12b infrastructure fund.
The people, environment, forests, lakes and climate keeps him in Rotorua.
This comes as court date set for a case against religious instruction in schools.
The people are what she is going to miss the most.
One turned up with bloodshot eyes.
The partnership is a first between the New Zealand Cricket Foundation and a school.
Comment: Washington is putting on a master class in the corruption of liberal democracy.
Middle-class welfare? Fees-free has seen more high-decile students go to university.
A proposed new school in Pāpāmoa needs the Education Minister's approval.
COMMENT: Many young people think violent sex is normal, thanks to pornography.
The Whangārei man wanted to do it for his 80th birthday.
Comment: An open letter to Kiwi parents over the lack of action on poor food policies.
Bizarre year-long delay is the latest saga at the site with a fascinating history.
The majority of schools in the Whanganui region have opted in.
Comment: Consigning a child in Bluff to knowledge of mutton birds is medieval.
Skills gaps are keeping many of our businesses from expanding to their full potential.
We will be more knowledgeable when New Zealand history is on the syllabus.
NZ's biggest philanthropic effort will aid crucial studies. We look at three of them.
Childcare company offers 6am-8pm care, plus take-home meals for busy parents.
Melanie Steedman wants better education for government departments and doctors on ME/CFS.
COMMENT: State education should work with people's preferences rather than against them.
COMMENT: The two former head prefects were always destined for success.
Editorial: Enrolment restrictions will be the test but there may be beneficial spinoffs.
Support staff rally to raise awareness on what they do and how much they're underpaid.
National's education discussion document has enough goodies in it to stir debate.
National and Labour offer contrasting plans for education.
School shakeup: key questions and answers.
Chris Hipkins turns an electoral liability into a presentable plan, writes Audrey Young.
Education 'hubs' no longer expected to take control of schools.
"It's ridiculous ... it has not been thought through by anyone."
The deadline to opt-in to the Government's school donation scheme is about to expire.
Lindisfarne College GP Graeme McCrory recently vaccinated 165 boys across two days.
Unvaccinated students exposed to measles may not be able to sit NCEA exams.
Matipo School principal resigns after parents split into warring factions.
Hundreds are declaring bankruptcy to have a chance to come back home
Release from debt will change the lives of the fees-free generation.
Ash Gorringe always paid his student loan on time, yet interest has doubled it.
Liz Goodin chose science, not music, because of the cost of student loans.
Student loans shift balance towards higher pay at the expense of family ties.
"It is unfair... there are no alternatives to staying in the halls."
Mangamahu School celebrates century and a quarter.
Huge student loan debts are making many expat Kiwis afraid to come home.
Student loans have changed the lives of a generation of New Zealanders.
COMMENT: Tolerating school bullying is tantamount to accommodating it.