More than $3 million of extra funding pumped into fight truancy last year, but principals say service still failing.
A year nine science class from Saint Paul's Collegiate School will switch on their iPads when they need to jog their memories.
Canterbury schools are spending thousands on drug dogs to search classrooms and lockers.
A lie-in gets a big tick from high school students, but a thumbs down from parents who say they barely see their children any more.
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Students looking for a lie-in are choosing Wellington High School because it offers late starts.
Traditional classrooms phased out in favour of modern learning hubs with students working together across all levels.
Principals slam new search-and-seizure rules allowing them to look in - but not search - student bags.
School for disengaged youth unknowingly signs lease to share building with a new liquor store.
A New Plymouth teenager on a grammar crusade is offering her linguistic skills for free.
Missing annual holidays to the Gold Coast was a sacrifice worth making for Chris Southerwood to send her children to more expensive schools.
Two prestigious schools are being investigated by the Ministry of Education over illegal fee-charging.
Employment agencies say many students fail to choose study that will lead to viable job options.
Are we really raising a generation of kids who can't count?
New Zealand's educational ranking has plummeted, according to the latest OECD report.
Another survey questions value of National Standards, saying it hasn't made a big difference to student achievement.
A school counsellor in the US wanted to highlight the dangers of sharing photos on the internet to her students - and the internet proved her point.
More than $10 million has been earmarked by the Government to boost teachers' skills in science and maths.
Determined to take a different approach, a Brisbane school captain has delivers his valedictorian speech to the tune of Ice Ice Baby.
Homework can be an ongoing struggle for both parents and kids. Education psychologist Liz Yeats shares tips on how to help your child.
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