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A third of New Zealand schools have been moved to a lower decile rating, meaning they'll receive increased funding from next year.
Secondary school teachers have accepted a key part of the government's $359 million plan to raise student achievement, with 80 percent of PPTA members approving new principal and teacher roles.
An eight-metre long, serpentine whale which lived 25 million years ago has been discovered in Otago rock formations.
A female teacher who reportedly engaged in sexual activity with two students at a Waikato school has resigned.
Henry Bishop has just won the Auckland regional speech contest with a personal speech about what it's like to live with dyslexia.
Education Minister Hekia Parata intends replacing the school decile funding system and says she'll start work on it next year.
Karanga Mai Young Parents College in north Canterbury is busier than ever, and its students are going from strength to strength.
Forensic accountants are reviewing tertiary providers with similarities to two institutions which have been forced to repay millions.
The Government has co-opted NZ Rugby League to help youngsters do well at school and live healthy lifestyles.
A surge in testosterone in newborn boys hours after birth is triggered by a protein named after Hershey's Kisses, Kiwi scientists have found.
Canterbury University is heading to the Supreme Court in a bid to overturn judgments on building strengthening requirements.
Jack Jansen, the man behind the CAMI software program, which costs up to $11,000, spoke to John Campbell in a one-on-one interview.
The Academy of Learning's CAMI software programme is a package designed to help children struggling in maths and English.
As a result of Lunchbox Day, 1000 kids are now being sponsored and 11 schools have come off KidsCan's waiting list to receive food programmes.
Victoria University has begun the process of getting rid of its investments in fossil fuels, saying its assets should be more in line with its research.
Campbell Live have now been contacted by 61 families in contract with CAMI, desperately trying to pay it off.
Over 100 students sat on a central Auckland street, blocking off a lane, during a 2012 protest over the Government's proposed budget cuts to tertiary education, and 43 people were arrested.
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