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Education Minister Hekia Parata has admitted New Zealand's 16-place nosedive on the world education ladder is a "call to action".
Around $4 million has been spent by the Government to ensure the wind-down process went smoothly.
The Government is being told it must tackle inequality if it wants to reverse NZ's slide in the latest OECD education rankings.
The country's education system has slipped from seventh in reading and science to 13th and 18th respectively.
Labour revealed the OECD figures in the House today, questioning the success of national standards.
The Government is giving schools an extra $10.5 million to raise student achieve...
Labour is warning charter school applicants that if it wins next year's election...
The number of teachers with bungled pay has dropped below 100 in the last two pa...
The government has revealed the details of the more than $1 billion it will spen...
On Monday the children's commissioner will release a sobering report on the state of child poverty in New Zealand.
Kiwis are fighting in the Syrian civil war and they're being monitored by New Zealand's spies as possible terror threats.
A former lecturer in philosophy at Cambridge University wants to save the ACT Party and take over John Banks' Epsom seat.
It has recommended police be allowed to oppose bail at the High Court, and judges who rule on bail should be the ones who continue to deal with the ca...
The bill will allow foreign investment in rural land only if the benefits outweigh what a New Zealand investor could achieve.
The MBIE is stepping up action against dangerous forestry operations but needs to do more, chief executive David Smol says.
Jurors deciding whether seven men committed electoral fraud in Auckland in 2010 have been told to ignore the publicity the case generated.
Unitec students consider future
Parents told to avoid praising kids
Technology drives Dunedin's education industry
Should the age of consent be lowered?
Kiwis missing out on tech jobs
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