The Tertiary Education Commission says tertiary institutions may lose funding if they don't improve the success rate of Māori and Pasifika students.
Around 70 released prisoners per month are being placed into employment under a government initiative. The programme is designed to help remove some of the barriers released offenders face when trying to turn their lives around.
Former Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell is moving on from politics and taking on his new role as CEO of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. He says he'll be using his political experience to help lead the country's second largest provider.
Te Ururoa Flavell has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.
With hundreds of referrals every year for meth addiction, P is running rampant amongst communities across the country. A Ngāti Hine couple is doing all they can to stamp it out of their Northland community by stopping the sale of P-pipes in their local store and they're being widely supported.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu and the Peter McKenzie Project have together funded a new initiative to be led by social innovation hub Tokona Te Raki
A new study shows around 56 percent of university students have considered dropping out of tertiary study after feeling overwhelmed, living with mental illness or fearing failure.
A third of school buildings don't meet optimum standards for health and hygiene and a similar number fall short of Education Ministry standards for lighting, temperature and acoustics, a government Cabinet paper shows.
Fresh off the He Pouwhenua, He Puapua secondary schools national kapa haka competition stage, former Māori Medium students and Māori Performing Arts leaders are asking why the hours of sacrifice don't count when seeking entrance to university.