2:19pm Tuesday 9th February 2016
A NEW series of poetry events is to take place at Teesside University featuring some of the best names in contemporary poetry.
9:42am Tuesday 9th February 2016
A GRADUATE who overcame a lifelong struggle to make the grade in maths is now counting on a dream career in nursing after being named Student of the Year.
9:32am Tuesday 9th February 2016
SCIENCE technicians at Durham Johnston have transformed an outdoor area in the school grounds into a resource for science teaching and learning.
11:13am Sunday 7th February 2016
A CALL for more primary school teachers has been issues across the North-East to meet a predicted 336,000 increase in children over the next eight years.
12:50pm Friday 5th February 2016
INSPIRATIONAL women will speak at an event next month for Teesside International Women's Day.
3:50pm Tuesday 2nd February 2016
IT’S that time of the year again when we ask for your help to find the everyday heroes of local schools we can honour through The Northern Echo Schools Awards.
9:23am Tuesday 2nd February 2016
AMPLEFORTH Abbey and College have appointed Housemaster Dr David Moses as Head of School at St Martin’s Ampleforth, the College’s preparatory school.
9:04am Tuesday 2nd February 2016
FORMER boxing world champion Glenn McCrory is drawing on his own experience to inspire North East youngsters to take up sport.
4:26pm Sunday 31st January 2016
THERE have been calls to widen the access of Oxbridge to Northern areas – as figures show the region is missing out on places at the two universities.
12:57pm Saturday 30th January 2016
THE head-teacher of Skerne Park Academy in Darlington, who this week sparked a national furore by writing to parents asking them not to drop their children off wearing pyjamas, has revealed some of the abuse she has suffered during her time in the role.
5:05pm Thursday 28th January 2016
CONSERVATIVE politicians are pressing the government to help avert an education funding timebomb after it emerged a council needed an extra £21 million to provide school places for soaring numbers of pupils.
2:54pm Thursday 28th January 2016
THE North-East has "very good" further education (FE) colleges which could be "destabilised" by a Government overhaul, the region's MPs have claimed.
5:00am Wednesday 27th January 2016
A HEADTEACHER has taken action to stop parents from wearing their pyjamas when escorting their children to and from a Darlington primary school.
9:46am Tuesday 26th January 2016
STUDENTS are being wooed into teaching by bursaries of up to £30,000 in a bid to meet the chronic shortage of expertise in key subjects, a special open event heard.
9:46am Tuesday 26th January 2016
STUDENTS at a North Yorkshire school are taking a global view as they prepare to make final decisions about their futures.
12:02am Monday 25th January 2016
ENTREPRENEURIAL students have launched a new business that will use their computer skills to solve IT issues across the region.
12:04pm Saturday 23rd January 2016
A DARLINGTON school has received an award that celebrates schools which provide great care and support to children and young people with Type 1 diabetes.
9:30am Thursday 21st January 2016
MORE than a quarter of a million children are not getting a decent education, with many at schools and colleges in the North-East and North Yorkshire.
3:59pm Wednesday 20th January 2016
AN ATTEMPT to have controversial proposals to cut the pay of teaching assistants by up to £5,000 a year failed today (Wednesday, January 20).
5:54pm Wednesday 20th January 2016
A HEADMASTER at a leading North-East private school is demanding urgent changes to the way Government school league tables are compiled, after his pupils scored zero per cent.