Students are being transported on a virtual trip around the world through the power of online video lessons, thanks to a Kiwi teacher and filmmaker duo.
The government is easing up on the penalty for students who try to rort the fees-free first year of tertiary education policy, which National says is "simply extraordinary".
Young New Zealanders are not that keen to take a puff on a cigarette, new research shows.
Simon Christie wasn’t enjoying himself. Working as a civil engineer, lacking motivation and bored, he realised that he needed a change of scene, and in 2003 trained as a teacher.
As with all revolutions, phenomenon and fads, there’s an exciting lead up period. There’s a booming peak before the steady decline towards normalisation. Eventually, people fall back to what they know best and how things were in the past.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says there's "a path forward" for charter schools and the government is working constructively with them.
Few would question the desirability of professionals up-skilling and keeping up with the latest developments in their field. I would hope the last journal my doctor read was not at medical school. However, I must admit that too much that has masqu...
It looks like the beginning of the end for charter schools in New Zealand, after Minister for Education Chris Hipkins introduced legislation on Thursday to repeal the legislation governing them.
About 150 people turned up on a rainy day to a rally in support of charter schools, a model of schooling the Labour-led government is abandoning.
An aspiring teacher, Michaela Sokolich-Beatson was busy observing a Year 11 class at Auckland's Whangaparaoa College on Wednesday when she received a phone call from Silver Ferns boss Janine Southby.