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An Invercargill principal sacked from her job has failed to have her dismissal deemed unjustified.
A Maori tourism educator has been forced to cancel 217 qualifications and pay back $5.9 million of taxpayers' money.
The University of Auckland has fallen down several places in the latest Times Higher Education top 200 list.
If a child up in Northland is struggling with schoolwork, afterschool help can be hard to find. That is why the arrival of the tuition centre NumberWorks'nWords in Kaitaia is a pretty big deal.
The NZEI says it will continue to fight against the Government's plans to reform the education system, despite the weekend's historic landslide.
John Key says growing the economy, reforming the education system and changing the New Zealand flag will be the three primary focuses of his third term as Prime Minister.
There is disappointment from the country's main teachers' union about the return of the ACT Party to Government.
The University of Canterbury has been given approval to triple its borrowing limit to $150 million by 2019.
Auckland Middle School principal Wendy Greig is a registered teacher - she says being in charge at a charter school hasn't changed how she does her job.
The Government plans to pour $15.5 million over the next four years into opening four more charter schools.
The Greens say they'll put an extra $115 million a year into special education if they're part of the next government.
If you see a Tyrannosaurus rex stalking the streets of the capital today, don't be scared – his name is Scotty, and he's not dangerous.
An on-going failure to change the way New Zealand deals with a growing disparity in children's literacy levels is a cause for concern.
St Cuthbert's senior football team's antics this week while on tour in Rotorua have cost the coach his job.
The principal of an Auckland school has reportedly apologised after a student did a striptease in public.
KidsCan founder Julie Chapman says she has "no idea" of the total raised in the past week, which will be revealed tonight on Campbell Live.
Teachers and principals have picketed MPs' offices this morning to protest the Government's planned changes to education funding.
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