7:49am Thursday 25th August 2016
Live updates at GCSE results days from around the region as thousands of students find out if their hard work has paid off.
4:37pm Thursday 25th August 2016
THE North fared marginally better than the rest of the country on GCSE results day as it saw the smallest dip in the number of pupils achieving the coveted top grades.
5:11am Wednesday 24th August 2016
DEAF children in the North-East are 18 per cent less likely to get five GCSEs at grades A* to C including English and Maths, according to Government statistics.
6:59am Thursday 18th August 2016
Live updates at A-level results days from around the region as thousands of students find out if their hard work has paid off.
12:05am Thursday 11th August 2016
STUDENTS at North-East universities are among the happiest with their courses in the country, data has shown.
5:47pm Thursday 11th August 2016
NEW teachers celebrated after receiving their Qualified Teaching Status at a ceremony at Carmel College, Darlington.
12:01am Thursday 21st July 2016
A CHARITY has called on new Prime Minister Theresa May to take urgent action on poverty in the North-East as the region becomes the free school meals capital of England.
6:08pm Wednesday 20th July 2016
TEACHING assistants are planning a third mass protest today in their continuing dispute with Durham County Council.
5:54pm Wednesday 20th July 2016
DURHAM University is among a number of English seats of learning that have announced plans to charge more than the current £9,000 tuition fee limit next year, before the Government has officially given the green light.
6:34pm Tuesday 19th July 2016
A RURAL school that was school saved from closure following a community campaign has celebrated its 140th anniversary.
7:22pm Sunday 10th July 2016
MATURE students have been honoured for their dedication and determination to learn.
4:55pm Thursday 7th July 2016
A NORTH-EAST university has unveiled multi-million plans to make improvements to its city centre campus.
5:06am Tuesday 5th July 2016
SCHOOLS across the region will be closed today as teachers go on strike over reductions to education funding.
5:00pm Tuesday 5th July 2016
HUNDREDS turned out to support striking teachers at a regional rally to protest against what they say is a reduction in education funding.
4:18pm Tuesday 5th July 2016
TEENAGERS from Northallerton School and Sixth Form College were dressed to kill as they celebrated the end of their school year with a James Bond themed ‘Thunder’ Ball.
3:51pm Tuesday 5th July 2016
BARNARD Castle School sixth formers enjoyed the end of their school days with a glittering ball to remember.
7:32am Tuesday 5th July 2016
MEMBERS of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) are walking out on strike today (Tuesday, July 5, 2016) across the country.
7:50am Tuesday 5th July 2016
MEMBERS of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) will walk out today after voting by more than 9-1 in favour of industrial action.
9:46am Saturday 2nd July 2016
EIGHT Spennymoor students won gold in a competition that aims to get more young people involved in engineering and to consider it as a future career.
12:53pm Friday 1st July 2016
A STRIKE by teachers will be well supported because of the level of discontent, the National Union of Teachers (NUT) has said.