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Principals and early childhood centres are worried they will break the law if they stop parents from collecting their children during emergency lockdowns.
The Tertiary Education Commission believes educational disparities for Māori and Pasifika students could be removed by emulating the data-driven approaches of firms like Amazon.
A report on the Christchurch terror attack lockdown has revealed unpreparedness and challenges faced by schools - including the fact that some thought it was a hoax.
Secondary school principals are considering industrial action after the groups representing principals abandoned the negotiations.
A multi-million price tag has killed government support for a proposed partnership between Lincoln and Canterbury universities.
A wānanga and a university were among 20 institutions threatened with $9m in funding cuts because of their poor results for Māori and Pasifika students, the Tertiary Education Commission says.
Parents cannot trust the early childhood licensing and regulatory system to ensure the quality of their child's centre, a researcher has warned.
Primary and intermediate school principals' boycott of the Education Ministry has delayed support for some students, the ministry says.
The Education Review Office last year slammed the way schools and the Education Ministry were preparing for the introduction of the new digital technologies curriculum in 2020, a just-published report…
Industry buy-in and a smooth transition will be essential if the government's national polytech scheme is to work, ITOs say, but polytechs are largely welcoming the move. Video, Audio
The government will merge the 16 polytechnics into a single institute next year and replace all 11 industry training organisations within three years as part of a total overhaul of the vocational…
Wellington's financially-troubled polytechnics, Weltec and Whitireia, are cutting teaching jobs in order to make ends meet.
Organisers of the School Strike for Climate have begun contacting unions to get their support for a general strike at the end of September.
Nearly 150,000 people have today received NCEA credits that had previously been withheld because they did not pay the qualification's annual fees. Audio
Four groups representing early childhood centres and kindergartens are seeking an urgent meeting with Chris Hipkins.
Early childhood services are worried they cannot afford to keep up if kindergarten teachers win the same big pay rises as school teachers recently got.
Primary and intermediate school principals took their campaign for a better pay deal to the Ministry of Education offices around the country today.
Primary school principals have rejected the government's latest pay offer, but it has been accepted by teachers.
Max Shierlaw wants the IRD to take a test case against school donations that he says are actually payments for services.
Of the 16 institutes of technology and polytechnics, 10 have confirmed that they made deficits in 2018.
Principals are urging MPs to include high-decile schools in the government's school donation policy plan, which would pay schools in deciles one through seven $150 per child if they don't request a…
The principals of small primary schools are dismayed that they will continue to be paid less than many senior teachers under the government's latest pay offers.
Principals are anxious to hear how the government will allocate 600 new learning support coordinators, who will organise help for children with special needs from next year.
The Post Primary Teachers Association began five weeks of industrial action today with its members refusing to teach nearly 60,000 Year 9 students.
Secondary teachers are keeping the heat on the government over their stalled collective agreement negotiations with five weeks of industrial action starting on Tuesday.