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The elite Auckland school is celebrating 150 years.
More schools are getting lockdown training and expert advice after the mosque attacks.
At least 55 apprentices missed out on free fees by enrolling early.
Students go more for quantity than quality approach in quest for credits.
Buildings were built around the time capsule, it turns out.
Promoting kids ahead of their age group at school can lead to university success.
Tamihere: ruling New Zealand political parties are not left or right. They are centrist.
The report shows the scope of spending from now to 2021.
Principals say they need a range of support measures to cope with mounting violence.
Fires and other crime are forcing Auckland schools to upgrade security.
Even primary schools now aim to foster "self-directed learners".
Getting the right answer is not enough in a modern maths class.
Two low-decile Māori schools hit top 10 for University Entrance.
Learning to read is all about understanding, not rote learning.
Sarah Proctor-Thomson says the very essence driving our tutors and lecturers is in peril.
Just how much learning should be done on paper verses digital devices?
The job of a student leader is can be tough and lonely, as Jake Bailey knows too well.
Modern 'learning spaces' are hard to recognise if you're used to traditional classrooms.
Schools are making big changes based on very little evidence.
More than two months after an assault, Alasdair Hay is still suffering from his injuries.
The country's largest Muslim school is at the centre of a financial probe.
Rugby star moved in with teacher to the shock of his guardians.
Our schools face an overhaul - David Fisher finds out what passes for public consultation.
Schools are roughly evenly divided over proposals for a radical shakeup.
Teachers say understanding kids' brains is 'like coming out of the fog'.
A third of NCEA students at some schools are getting help to read and write exams.
Scientists believe that children's brains can be "rewired" by practice.
Study linking expulsions to early deaths dramatises the high cost of school failure.
Simon Collins shares Razeal's tale and asks where we are going wrong.
New university data indicates circumstances you're born into are likely yours for life.