East Auckland's two members of Parliament have asked Auckland Transport to postpone planned cuts in school bus services by six months to allow time for consultation.
Students who haven't had an injection against mumps are being told to stay away from school, even if they miss exams, as Auckland grapples with its worst mumps epidemic in more than 20 years.
Data shows 89% of New Zealand youth fret about poverty and a whopping 93% worry a lot, or sometimes, about bullying.
An Auckland kura principal has been awarded nearly $73,000 for lost wages and compensation after being found to have been unjustifiably dismissed.
An Auckland educational company preyed on parents' "hopes and fears" about their children's future to sell expensive tuition products, a court has heard.
A Ministry of Education survey last year, found putting autistic children in seclusion rooms is not uncommon.
A special school which repeatedly placed an upset autistic child into a tiny "safe area" has been asked to apologise following an investigation by a government watchdog.
New Zealand is towards the upper end of drowning death rates in the OECD. Water Safety New Zealand CEO Jonty Mills says it’s imperative that water safety skills training becomes an integral part of the education process for all New Zealand children.
School principals say they are getting zero applicants for some teaching jobs as the teacher shortage intensifies.