Community leaders in Kaikohe are calling for specialised, on the job training at Kura Kaupapa Maori.
Kaikohe faces a teacher shortage in kura kaupapa Māori schools
Marcail Parkinson and Luke Wijohn spoke to 1 NEWS about the importance of the event.
Auckland students turn out in force at Aotea Square, demanding climate change action
There are claims universities are turning a blind eye to the problem for the millions of dollars international students pump into their bottom line.
Universities New Zealand says prevalence of ghostwriting here doesn't represent threat to academic integrity
Sophie Handford and Raven Maeder discussed what to expect for their second strike event.
Thousands of school students set to strike for action on climate change today
There are claims universities are turning a blind eye to the problem for the millions of dollars international students pump into their bottom line.
Auckland Uni Vice Chancellor says no interest in upping international student numbers despite Govt target
The email to staff comes after a 1 NEWS investigation into ghost writing and cheating by international students.
Exclusive: Auckland University insists cheat detection systems robust amid claims of widespread ghostwriting
'We share the same issues' - Area schools vote to join largest nationwide teachers' strike
Nanny Deb and her black panel van are doing their bit to make the planet better for future generations.
Meet Nanny Deb, the Auckland woman turning trash into toys
Ros Lug reckons hand writing is undervalued as technology begins to dominate our lives.
Are Kiwi kids losing the art of good handwriting?
Genevieve Rorke of Whatawhata devotes hours to the community, in particular the school.
Meet the Waikato woman who goes above and beyond for her local school
There are claims universities are turning a blind eye to the problem for the millions of dollars international students pump into their bottom line.
NZ lecturer says half of international students in their class failed for cheating, universities turning blind eye
Other schools expected to follow suit on smartphone ban at Hamilton secondary school
Education Minister says secondary principals' claim for 15 per cent pay rise unlikely to be successful
Tim Wilson has more on the great phone surrender taking place at Kiwi schools.
Rotorua Intermediate students disconnect from distraction and go phone-free
Speaking on TVNZ 1’s Q+A, Chris Hipkins said teachers also need to committ to the process.
Education Minister calls briefing on 'sensitive matter' at Marlborough Boys' College concerning a teacher and pupils
Auckland teacher Khali Olivera tells TVNZ1’s Breakfast about the struggles she faces in the education system.
Teachers under the pump, struggling to be educators they aspire to be
There's concern industry training will be part of a proposed mega-merger of polytechs.
Concerns marine industry training will be impacted by 'mega' polytech merger
The six-week course has been running for 25 years.
Course instilling purpose and discipline in Kiwi youth
A 12-year-old boy was sent home from Helensville Primary School today for "not wearing enough pink" on Pink Shirt Day.
'He was in tears' - Boy sent home from Auckland school for 'not wearing enough pink' during anti-bullying campaign
Debbie Towhill talks to Breakfast about how to prevent rape and explains what consent is.
Stamping out 'low level sexual harassment' first step in combatting 'rape culture' – educator
High levels of cat allergens in some classrooms, asthma study finds
A number of Chinese students have admitted buying essays from ghostwriters.
International students reveal pressure to succeed, after some admit paying for essays
Aussie principal, suspended after pinning student to ground during schoolyard fight, gets reinstated
Sonny Bill Williams poses with his family after graduating.
'Don't let anyone pigeonhole you' - Sonny Bill Williams celebrates earning his bachelor's degree
Students say that as many as half of the international students at Auckland University buy their essays from ghost writers.
Exclusive: Buying essays from ghostwriters allegedly widespread among international students at NZ universities
School community rallies around Aussie principal facing dismissal after tackling student involved in fight
The union has rejected three government offers in the last nine months.
'Pay is not why we do it' – why the upcoming teachers strike's about more than just money
National says it’s not working and is a waste of money.
Government pulls $198m from fees free policy due to lower enrolment numbers
Mural by St Mary's College in Wellington of the Kilbernie mosque.
Wellington students channel emotions following Christchurch terrorist attack into mosque mural
The axing of the $76.70 a year fee affects about 168,000 students across the country.
NCEA shake-up: Mixed feelings over external assessments