Online competition turns class-clowns into comedy writers
Online tutorial site launched comedy writing competition and digital engagement with Kiwi students has been high. Is comedy in class a good tool?.
Collaboration keeps digital tech alive at Christchurch schools
A joint effort between several secondary and tertiary institutes results in quality technology learning for high school students in Canterbury.
Historic statement signed to entice more Korean students to NZ - and vice versa
The lines between the Republic of Korea and New Zealand have been significantly bolstered with a recently signed statement.
Gareth Morgan’s political party takes aim at school testing, early childhood and teacher quality
Gareth Morgan's The Opportunities Party vows to reduce testing and invest in teacher quality to improve New Zealand's education system.
Kiwi students not prepared, lack strategy
Educators lack time and resources to prepare Kiwi students correctly for examinations, one Wellington tutoring company says.
Te Kura offers online help to students needing more NCEA credits
NZ's Te Kura boosts opportunities for Uni hopefuls, providing crucial NCEA credits online to bridge gaps.
NCEA results show rising achievement rates
Student achievement rates in New Zealand have risen, says Education Minister Hekia Parata. #education #achievements.
NCEA exam results online
Nerves are surely high as the NZQA makes available NCEA results for 2015. Almost 170,000 students can view their results via the NZQA website.
Digital technology subjects crucial in the modern world
University of Auckland includes computing subjects for the first time, recognising their importance in digital world.
NZQA harnesses tech to help students through exam prep
With NCEA exams just a week away, the NZQA is harnessing technology – including YouTube – to provide advice on exam study and preparation.
The answer to next year's curriculum in one equation
MYOB Education offers the smartest solutions for you and your students, providing access to the latest software.
NCEA apps updated to include more languages
New version of NCEA Guide and NCEA Student apps available, offering free tools for students, parents, and employers, says NZQA.
Computer science a hit with school students
New Zealand teens shift ambitions towards computer science, lured by its creative potential, says University of Canterbury expert.
Back to school essentials
Well, the holidays are almost over, and students across the whole country are returning for another year at school.
Plugging the skills gap
Internships for computer technology students could help alleviate the skills shortage in the industry, says NZICT CEO Brett O’Riley.