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.
5:30am Thursday 30th June 2016
COUNCIL chiefs have been accused of “shambolic” consultation meetings amid a continued dispute with teaching assistants.
4:50pm Monday 27th June 2016
UNIVERSITY researchers have used groundbreaking technique to find a huge gas field.
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.