In early 2017, Hato Petera College boarding facilities were boarded up and the college started operating as a day school with 25-30 students. Now it has one student.
“Nanogirl” Dr Michelle Dickinson is urging Kiwi school students to get involved in a competition to promote the new digital technology curriculum.
A Waikato history teacher believes Kiwis need to learn about the New Zealand Wars as part of the national curriculum.
The education system is at “crisis point” as teachers are forced to take on social worker duties on top of their regular workload, a Bay of Plenty teacher says.
There are strong signs the government is preparing to rein-in profit-making companies that run early childhood centres.
Student unions are pushing for the Government to live up to its election promise and bring back allowances for post-graduate study.
Golden Bay principal Linda Tame has taken on some massive challenges, but says she’s amazed at the incredible student culture that exists at the school.
Departing Orewa North Primary School principal Bruce Tilby is trading the Hibiscus Coast lifestyle for a new start in Ashburton.
Allan Vester is retiring after 23 years as principal of Edgewater College, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this month.