Perhaps it’s not our kids who are failing, but the Pisa tests themselves
Timoti Te Moke graduates from Otago Medical School this week, having in the past endured beatings, facing a manslaughter charge, and fighting against discrimination.
Is the cellphone ban an indication of a move away from technology in the classroom?
Act and National have committed to examine the Māori and Pacific Admission Scheme at Auckland University. Even ‘reviewing’ the programme is hurtful and upsetting.
University sector has many pressing problems but it's unlikely the incoming government will give it any priority
Early childhood centres fear they could easily lose their licence to operate
Teachers should use ChatGPT and generative AI to develop critical literacy
Have hazing rituals at Otago University gone too far?
Act’s proposed education policy bypasses questions about what the curriculum is for and the fundamental role it plays in a public education system
Chris Hipkins has accused National of holding a “really radical” view of co-governance
Political parties are united about increasing R&D capabilities, but policies are fragmented or non-existent
School-aged children in the south are increasing their emotional literacy and talking about the tough stuff thanks to a rugby star’s commitment and a Southland teacher’s persistence.