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"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.
Students who study in NZ for 12 months or less need not complete full medical screening.
Comment: The right teacher can make all the difference.
Chris Leadbeater gets on the road to Cairo.
Modern 'learning spaces' are hard to recognise if you're used to traditional classrooms.
A big backlog of school building work is blamed on an overstretched construction industry.
Cops says he told Teachers' Council - but they called looking for answers.
Concerns about children's wellbeing are overriding enthusiasm about digital learning.
Parkvale School uncovers historical school pictures and gives them to Knowledge Bank.
Settling the teachers' dispute could cost almost as much as a Poseidon aircraft.
Striking teacher Peter Lyons says he is sick of the lip service from governments.
COMMENT: The lack of Māori engagement in the education sector will not fix itself.
COMMENT: The goodwill of those who choose teaching has been exploited for too long
'A wake-up call to those who believe statements about billions being spent on education.'
COMMENT: 'It is about time we stood with them - for them.'
Divergent views on the strike from a teacher, a parent and an ex-charter school.
COMMENT: An open letter to Ministry of Education deputy secretary Ellen MacGregor-Reid.
We say: Interventions needed at 14.5 per cent of our schools, is that a pass mark?
Former principal Paul Herrick sexually abused children over his 30 year career - how?
Child wellbeing will be central to the Budget - and it won't all be for teachers.
Officials have stepped into a third of all low-decile schools since 2009.
The Bay of Plenty Times met Tauranga teacher Dan Priest to get the feel of a typical day.
Great food and hearty laughter ends Islamic day of fasting.
South African teaching couple refused NZ residence because their pay is too low.
Education is at the heart of what the Māori community wants in this year's Budget.
What teachers are expected to do for their pay has become untenable, writes Beck Vass.
COMMENT: There must be a way to boost training on the job rather than via institutions.
Around 50,000 teachers are ready to strike.
A teacher runs through his day at a decile 10 girls' school as teachers prepare to strike.
Teachers are striking again next week - here's a guide to the issues.
A Year 3 teacher runs through her day at a decile 6 school near Hamilton.
Teachers are waking up at 4.30am to tackle the mountain of paperwork.
A primary school principal runs through his day as 50,000 teachers prepare to strike.
Some teachers get up at 4.30am in a bid to tackle their increasing workload.