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Schools with significant challenges in Northland, Waikato, Hawke's Bay and Canterbury will be given a $50,000 allowance to help them recruit the right principal for the job.
The school is now part of a KidsCan programme that has had a remarkable effect on improving learning ability and concentration levels in class.
New digital guidelines for schools allow teachers to crack down on students with harmful content on their mobile devices.
Labour is blaming Education Minister Hekia Parata for the crisis at Northland's Whangaruru School.
A severely underperforming Northland charter school has been put on notice by the Education Minister.
Ministry of Education boss Peter Hughes says a failing charter school in Northland needs to be given time.
Ministry of Education boss Peter Hughes says there are still a couple of problems with Novopay that need to be resolved.
A new Otago University study has found that first-year students who drink heavily during orientation week end up binge-drinking more often throughout the year.
For the first time, Mandarin is set to overtake Spanish and French, as the most popular foreign language taught in primary schools.
The Labour Party says teachers have lost their autonomy with the passing of the Education Amendment Bill.
As many as 80 jobs could be under threat at Unitec in Auckland, including heads of department.
Last year, the man behind the Academy of Learning's CAMI software program promised he would resolve any complaints, so has he?
Baxter's not quite human, but psychologists hope he may be able to teach us something about ourselves.
A Chch school, which has been the subject of much controversy over the past two years, finally opened its doors to students today.
After a post-quake shake up Phillipstown and Woolston schools are now operating as one on Woolston's grounds as Te Waka Unua.
Construction is beginning on a $40 million school in Hamilton which will follow a junior high school format catering for students aged from about 11-14.
Around a third of New Zealand's teachers voices are them falling silent rather than their pupils.
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