Success for Māori students is the responsibility of everyone in the Ministry of Education.
Ka Hikitia – Managing for Success
Ka Hikitia – Managing for Success means supporting people in the Ministry to increase their confidence, and ability to connect with Māori, so they know why, where and how to focus work to get the best outcomes for Māori students. It is not about special treatment but rather professional treatment.
Ka Hikitia – Managing for Success focuses the Ministry on:
- stronger leadership and relationships within and across the government and education sector
- increasing the confidence people have to work with Māori, and their capability to effectively deliver for Māori students, families, whānau and communities
- accountability for outcomes through performance management and business planning
- using and acting on evidence about what works for Māori.
Tau Mai Te Reo – The Māori Language in Education Strategy
Tau Mai Te Reo is our Māori language in education strategy.
Te Marautanga o Aotearoa
Te Marautanga o Aotearoa is the Māori medium partner to the New Zealand Curriculum.
Mātaiako refers to the process of observation and evaluation of learning taking place, and can capture the activities helping ākonga to move along that pathway.
Mātaiako is about gathering and interpreting information about ākonga progress and achievement and using that information to improve learning and teaching.
Mātaiako is discussed in relation to Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.
Te Rāngai Kāhui Ako ā-Iwi
Te Rāngai Kāhui Ako ā-Iwi is a framework to support sustainable Māori medium education, recognising the diversity region by region, iwi by iwi.
Māori Tertiary Education Framework
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