More than 3000 students have been hit by a computer glitch which left many "stressed out" in their first big external exam.
Girls who play video games are three times more likely to choose physical science, technology, engineering or maths degrees compared to their non-gaming counterparts, according to new research.
It’s an urban myth that an arts degree leads nowhere, say leading humanities and social science academics. And that’s backed up by research from around the world. By Diana Clement.
Otago Polytechnic students will be brewing up lager and pale ale at their new facility in Cromwell - which has just been officially named the Rough Rock Brewing Company.
A new study uncovering the real cost of tertiary education clearly demonstrates New Zealand's industry training and apprenticeship system is the education sector's hidden gem.
Internationally acclaimed New Zealand singer/songwriter Hollie Smith, described as “the reigning queen of Aotearoa soul” has joined Wintec’s School of Media Arts to mentor and teach music students.
A new programme helps students set up a business, learn about the future of work, entrepreneurship and idea generation, and develop the necessary 21st-century skills.
Digital future pathways innovators Career Central and Bulls-Eye are joining forces to provide integrated career management and assessment solutions for secondary schools. The partnership brings together the strengths of Career Central, a leader in career management system design and strategic...
Thirty highly-accomplished Māori and Pasifika student teachers have been awarded prestigious Kupe Scholarships. The Scholarships aim to attract Māori and Pasifika high achievers to the teaching profession and support them to become inspiring teachers and role models in early childhood, primary...
By Lincoln Tan A 16-year-old girl is organising an essay competition which she hopes will make it easier for teens to open up about their sexuality and gender identity. Crystal Sang, a year 12 student at St Cuthbert's College is planning...