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The business has built 88 education buildings, 50 homes and 348 modules.
'They're gamifying racism.'
Te Mata School's Kindness Cup is making a difference. Made with funding from NZ On Air.
PM Jacinda Ardern visited her old school, Morrinsville Intermediate, to celebrate the school's 50th birthday and give a speech to students. Video / Mike Scott
The Ministry of Education will work with suppliers to manage a phased rollout from June.
The University of Auckland has decided to hold exams online.
University set to sell vice-chancellor mansion one month after damning watchdog report.
Opinion: Schools, parents, and the sector need better oversight of low-performers.
The Education Ministry is forecasting a shortfall of 30 secondary teachers this year.
The teacher reported an ECE centre four years ago for inappropriately punishing toddlers.
School teachers from all over the country are taking part in the School to Skies educational internship at RNZAF Base Whenuapai. Video / Dean Purcell
One Auckland principal credits "a heightened sense of urgency" among students last year.
Opinion: Broad latitude is given to early childhood education providers - why is that?
More than three-quarters of fees-free students came from decile 6 to 10 schools
The number of secondary school students studying te reo Māori has passed 30,000.
Twin-block planned when international students were plentiful.
Getting kids to solve problems "from the ground up". Made with funding from NZ On Air.
They were advised to leave their homes due to the risk, but what now?
The revelation comes as top watchdog pans university's purchase of another plush mansion.
The school was deregistered in 2017 over concerns about its performance.
About 140,000 high school students will be taking the exams, which start on Monday.
Does it pay to get a degree? It all depends on what you study.
Player hit the books during lockdown to prepare for life after rugby.
How to choose the best place to train or retrain in the Covid recession.
Early applications for 2021 have doubled at some polytechs.
Faith-based integrated schools, not private schools, are strongest in the NZ Parliament.