“Organised chaos” dominates Sarah Johns’ science classroom, where students are encouraged to pursue their ideas and persistence reigns supreme.
All the members of the Charter Schools Authorisation Board have decided not to make themselves available for re-appointment on March 1, National's Nikki Kaye says.
ACT leader David Seymour has written a letter to former US President Barack Obama asking him to save New Zealand's charter schools.
On the seventh anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced a $28 million mental health programme for Canterbury's schoolchildren.
The stories of New Zealand soldiers in WWI will be explored by more than 30,000 students as they take part in a new initiative.
Everything from early education to tertiary education fees, polytechnics and the country's system of self-managing schools will be reviewed under a massive three-year plan announced by the government.
As technology continually improves, so do immersive experiences. Virtual reality is an industry that is constantly expanding, with many opportunities for people to engage with a range of experiences.
National wants the Auditor-General's Office to investigate the way the government is going about deciding the future of charter schools.
A number of schools and early childhood centres at the top of the South have closed as former cyclone Gita gets set to hit central New Zealand.
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.