A visiting researcher says New Zealand needs to do more to help children in schools with behavioural issues.
Kids at low-decile schools may be fed five times a week, with the Government looking at increasing a programme that provides breakfast.
There's been solid support from students here for the tough budget crackdown on graduates living overseas and ignoring their loans.
Today’s Budget sees $40 million invested over the next four years into marketing New Zealand’s international education industry.
In a couple of weeks, one school that has fought hard against its planned closure will find out for sure whether it will have to shut the doors.
The director of the company accused of helping students to buy assignments is denying it has any involvement.
Steven Joyce has dismissed a claim that universities are tolerating cheating by international students.
Police and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority are investigating allegations of international students "buying" university assignments.
Associate Education Minister John Banks wants to see 60 charter schools operating within the next 10 years.
Teachers are grumpier with the Government than ever, despite slow – but steady – improvements to payroll system Novopay.
More than $60 million in Government funding will go towards helping address students' behavioural issues, as part of a new education spend.
Today Steven Joyce announced he'd continue to try fixing Novopay – for the meantime, anyway. Mr Joyce talks to John Campbell.
Drivers are being reminded to slow down around schools as part of Road Safety Week.
Don Brash says the Govt should use the cost of the Christchurch rebuild as an excuse to ditch interest-free student loans.
The Green Party says New Zealand's two biggest universities are taking a hit after the Government cut post-graduate student allowances.
Steven Joyce is standing by the error-ridden Novopay system, despite a poll showing most people want it axed.
Charter schools are coming soon to a playground near you.
A 3 News/Reid Research poll shows 75 percent of voters want the Government to dump the pay system.
The number of problems with the Novopay system is falling, yet underpayments are on the rise while 39 staff haven't been paid in weeks.
Australian building products maker CSR is talking down its role in the Ministry of Education's claim over leaky school buildings.
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