Thirty-three Otago and Southland primary schools will be among more than 300 nationwide which will defy the Government's National Standards policy tomorrow in what is expected to be the most visual rebellion so far.
For those of a certain vintage, Alan Duff is best known as the author of Once Were Warriors. But for children at Forbury School, he is better known as the founder of Duffy Books in Homes.
Twenty specialist education agents from across East Asia descended on Queenstown last night hoping to hook up with one of 59 institutions around the country.
Hearing Sara Cohen School was receiving Ministry of Education funding excited principal Raewyn Alexander, until she found out how much it was.
So much in the modern world changes so quickly, particularly as new technology and the internet become so much a part of life.
Education Minister Anne Tolley is declining to comment further on the South Dunedin schools review now that it has reached its final consultation stage.
Less than a month after it was closed, Dunedin's High Street School might be reopened - this time with pupils and teachers from Te Kura Kaupapa o Otepoti.
The Otago Polytechnic's Community Learning Centre will move to the Mosgiel library next month, ending a debate about the best home for the facility.
Police are beefing up patrols of Dunedin schools after a spate of vandalism and thefts.
He may not be in high demand, but there is hope on the horizon for Barnardos KidStart home-based educator Scott McInnes.
The sheer number of submissions from southern Dunedin school communities about how they would like to see the increasing number of empty classrooms dealt with, has delayed a decision on the way forward by Education Minister Anne Tolley.
David Clark argues that the Government's early education cuts will hit Dunedin families and children especially hard.
The New Zealand Educational Institute (NZEI) plans to launch a nationwide petition next week calling on the Government to reverse funding cuts to early childhood education.
One of the country's most prestigious schools, Auckland Grammar, has become the first state school to dump NCEA exams.
Wellington, Dec 17 NZPA - Primary school teachers and principals have voted in favour of a 2.75% pay rise.
The Ministry of Education has given permission for Dunedin's High Street School to close permanently, early next year.
Following the announcement of a merger between the Eastern Institute of Technology and Tairawhiti Polytechnic, Labour is calling on the Government to support regional polytechnics.
The Education Ministry says it is delighted to have reached a proposed pay settlement with primary school teachers and principals.
The Ministry of Education has received the final draft report into proposed sites for a new Queenstown school.