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Education Minister Chris Hipkins made the announcement in Tauranga on Tuesday.
Parents lose confidence in principal; teachers lose confidence in commissioner.
COMMENT: Iwi leader believes country's future lies with everyone being tangata whenua.
COMMENT: There have been discussions around food in schools programmes for years.
Seven per cent of Chinese, but 10 to 12 per cent of all other groups, are left-handed.
Getting to school by car is at a new peak, according to this year's Census at School.
Most school lunches contain fresh produce - but the experts still worry.
School census finds most children have their own phone by Year 7.
High-schoolers are spending hours on their phones each night - and many want relief.
They are part of a growing trend of families engaging in "worldschooling".
We say: Any changes to help kids discover the joy of reading should be welcomed.
Reading teachers "seriously concerned" at ministry's sudden embrace of phonics.
A young Kiwi's big idea to help others is taking shape far from home.
"Principals aren't going to want to be principals," Rotorua Principals' Assoc pres says.
We say: The system works for probably 80 to 90 per cent of children.
Comment: It can be entertaining helping school children overcome their fears.
Northland principals question criteria for Learning Support Co-ordinators' appointment.
Teen-founded Kiwi education startup scores millions in jump into Asia.
Some colleges ranked higher thank the national average, while others ranked lower.
EIT will be part of one mega polytech that replaces all 16 polytechs around the country.
Details emerge of identities of alleged abusers held by government agencies.
The Govt has no plan to exempt anything other than camps from its school donations grant.
While most of his peers were still considering university, Tristan Pang was graduating.
Archives NZ privacy hole known for years but left open for the Herald to walk through.
Investigation: Files were public for years and the government knew, says whistleblower.
Cutting all media access boosts boys' creative thinking and self-esteem.
Security firm says guards have no legal right to carry out an intrusive search.
More than 20 child educators struck off across NZ in past five years for sex offending.
A 17-year-old was told to lift her dress up so high her underwear was exposed.
COMMENT: The University of Wellington isn't dead and never was.
Comment: Something like $750 million goes to CRIs, money universities would cherish.
Support is coming for the parents who want their children to learn about money.
"Old-style disciplinarian" faces serious misconduct charge.
"We believe childhood should be happy and joyous, not boring and tedious," founders say.
"Rural school principalship is not seen as a desirable pathway anymore."
Children with ME are missing out on education because of the debilitating disease.
Principals say children are coming into school with a lot of trauma.
Two 11-year-old boys banned for taking off shirts and jumping off stage.
Detailed interactive showing where New Zealand state schools are spending their money.
NZMA tutor's assessment practice "did not meet required standards".
School camps may be an unexpected casualty of a new grant to low and mid-decile schools.
"A huge step in the right direction for supporting the tail of learning".
"Steven Adams — he's just coming right out at you — it's remarkable."
New York Times: Many hoped his election would make a definitive break with autocracy.
The offer is worth an extra $271m, on top of the $1.2 billion already on the table
A new book says we are failing to identify many girls with autism.
COMMENT: It has been a week in which the Government governed exceptionally well.
We say: Education has moved on in giant leaps but one important thing is unchanged.
With job opportunities plentiful, one student reckons getting a job is almost guaranteed.
Labour has to consider whether fees-free is really benefiting those who need it.