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Micah Geiringer was removed from his school roll after he spent 60 days protesting climate change inaction at Parliament.

Kiwi teen kicked out of school for too much climate protesting

The school said it was against their kaupapa.

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'I have listened to our people': Auckland University vice-chancellor responds to white supremacy posters

"I am, always have been, and always will be utterly opposed to prejudice, discrimination and hate speech."

Children get a nutritious meal while inmates gain qualifications and skills.

Otago prisoners make lunches for hungry school kids

Children get a nutritious meal while inmates gain qualifications and skills.

Dargaville High School is running the country's first building academy.

Northland students solving housing shortage with new building course

There's hope the idea could lead to bigger things.

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I'm skipping school for the climate because adults aren't doing anything

"I am amazed at the lack of respect us teenagers have received," writes 17-year-old Danica Sheward

 Burnside Primary School now has a decile-four rating.

School decile system to get the boot in favour of new Equity Index

It follows concerns of 'stigmatisation'.

The teacher shortage has been described as "the worst" this year.

'The worst year': Principals concerned as teachers abandon cities

"Something's got to give."

 Manukau District Court.

Woman convicted of defrauding Māori school

She took $250,000 over the course of 11 years.

Manukau District Court.

Woman defrauds Northland school of $250,000

The 51-year-old was responsible for the school's core financial duties.

Kōhanga Reo translates to 'language nest'.

What early childhood educators can learn from Kōhanga Reo

"Our model serves developing the whole entire family, strengthening the whanau."

There's an ambitious goal to have one million New Zealanders speaking some form of Te Reo by 2040.

How simple steps are exposing young minds to te reo Māori

"It is very much tied to our identity as New Zealanders."

"Some people describe it as falling in love with the language."

'Our language': Teachers say demand to learn Te Reo outstripping supply

Hundreds are sitting on a waiting list.

School classroom with blackboard

School community 'polarised' and divided as mediator called in

One group has no confidence in the school's principal, but another is supporting him.

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University students feel pressure to 'tutor' international students

"It's frustrating because you spend the whole time explaining the task overdoing the task."

Graeme Ball on The AM Show.

Lack of NZ history teaching behind 'negative' views on Māori issues - teacher

Those who attend schools where it's on the curriculum are the "lucky" ones.

The students say their mental health has taken a serious toll.

'Totally ridiculous': Learning institute's liquidation leaves international students struggling

"We came here, it shut down, we can't trust them."

Immigration lawyer Alastair McClymont.

NZ export education industry 'ripping people off' - immigration lawyer

Hundreds of students are in limbo after the Kiwi Institute of Training and Education shut down.


Principal says students in lockdown saw Christchurch livestream

"That's a really difficult thing to deal with."

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'He just won't get out of bed': Parents of boy refusing to go to school fined $50

"I can't force him to go there because it would be assault."

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Primary, intermediate principals accept Government's latest offer

It brings months of intensive strike action to an end.