Ka Hikitia — Managing for Success 2008-2012: Strategy focus areas

Ka Hikitia — Managing for Success: The Māori Education Strategy 2008 - 2012 has 4 focus areas that describe the points in the system where coordinated activity will have the most impact. Each focus area has a range of priorities, goals, actions, targets and outcomes.

Overview

The 4 strategy focus areas of Ka Hikitia — Managing for Success: The Māori Education Strategy 2008-2012 are:

  1. The Foundation Years
  2. Young People Engaged in Learning
  3. Māori Language in Education
  4. Organisational Success.

Overview

Foundation Years

The Foundation Years focus area covers early childhood education and the first years at school.

Foundation Years

Young People Engaged in Learning

Th Young People Engaged in Learning focus area covers schooling with a particular focus on Years 9 and 10 (the first years in secondary schooling).

Young People Engaged in Learning

Māori Language in Education

The Māori Language in Education focus area covers teaching and learning of, and through, te reo Māori in English medium and Māori medium settings.

Māori Language in Education

Organisational Success

This focus area covers organisational commitment to leading change primarily for the Ministry of Education and then for the rest of the sector.

Organisational Success

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