6:13pm Wednesday 22nd June 2016
AN ART school in Teesside is planning on shedding about ten jobs as part of a proposed restructure.
11:03am Tuesday 21st June 2016
A CONFERENCE is highlighting growing concerns over mental health issues in North-East schools.
5:45pm Monday 20th June 2016
THE North-East's leading academics have written an open letter highlighting what they believe are the benefits of remaining in the European Union.
2:34pm Monday 20th June 2016
TWO lifelong friends have been honoured with their school’s highest accolade at a recent celebratory assembly.
12:03am Friday 3rd June 2016
UNIVERSITY tuition fees have led to students expecting a lot more from their higher education, a study has found.
9:25am Tuesday 31st May 2016
A RECENTLY-APPOINTED principal hopes a new building heralds a fresh start for her school.
12:03am Monday 23rd May 2016
SCHOOL funding should be redistributed to schools in the North in a bid to to raise standards, a thinktank has claimed.
6:14am Thursday 19th May 2016
THE Government has been urged to get a grip after The Northern Echo uncovered a hotpotch approach among local councils to the issue of term-time holidays.
9:42am Tuesday 17th May 2016
IF you are going to learn something new then learn from the best - that has been the ethos behind an exchange of ideas that now sees North-East schools teach maths 'the Shanghai way'. Education editor Andy Richardson finds out how it could help revolutionise teaching.
7:38am Saturday 14th May 2016
THE Government last night defiantly pledged to crackdown on parents who take children out of school during term time after a father won a ruling in his favour in the High Court.
10:39am Tuesday 10th May 2016
WOLSINGHAM School the first in the region to achieve UNESCO associated status.
6:46pm Friday 6th May 2016
NORTH-EAST teachers and education officials tonight welcomed the Government's U-turn on forcing all schools in England to become academies.
3:21pm Friday 6th May 2016
THE Government has dropped plans to force all schools in England to become academies, with the policy now "an aspiration", the Department of Education has said.
5:00pm Thursday 5th May 2016
PARENTS say two of Weardale’s primary schools can continue to “flourish” after their futures were secured.
3:02pm Wednesday 4th May 2016
TWO of County Durham’s most rural schools have been saved from closure.
5:40pm Tuesday 3rd May 2016
A PLANNED protest against stressful SATs exams for primary school children has been hailed a success by parents who chose creative learning over the classroom.
4:40pm Tuesday 3rd May 2016
THE young unemployed in Redcar are being given a helping hand by a new course to boost their chances of finding work.
4:15pm Tuesday 3rd May 2016
STUDENTS were tickling the tastebuds of a celebrity chef when he called into their school for a cooking masterclass.
11:45am Tuesday 3rd May 2016
PUPILS from a north Durham school gained a valuable taste of engineering life last week, thanks to a visit to Washington-based training provider.
12:37am Tuesday 3rd May 2016
SCHOOLS are braced for "strike" action by children after tens of thousands of people signed a petition supporting a boycott in protest over exams for six- and seven-year-olds.