Projects tagged with Wānanga
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Topics: Research, Education & Training, Te Āo Māori, Tikanga, Wānanga, Māori, Socio-economic status, Culture, Language
This report provides descriptive breakdowns of the relationships between having studied at a wānanga and language, culture and socio-economic wellbeing. The appendix to the report provides further analysis controlling for background characteristics of wānanga students, which confirms the descriptive analysis in the main part of...
12 Sep 2013
Topics: Research, Self-Advocacy, Community Development, Families & Whānau, Hapū, Iwi, Kaupapa, Marae, Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi, Wānanga, Whānau, Māori, Culture, Customs & Traditions
What works with Māori: What the people said draws together a significant body of work, undertaken by the Commission as part of its Whānau Rangatiratanga Work Programme: He Ara Whakamua, Building pathways together to the future. In 2011-12, the Commission held a series...
24 Jun 2010
with: Te Puni Kōkiri: TPK
Topics: Evaluation, Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Crime & Safety, Law & Justice, Social Services, Wānanga, Māori, Prisoners
This publication reports on a wānanga hosted by Te Puni Kōkiri on 24 June 2010. It was an opportunity to share the learning from Māori designed, developed and delivered initiatives with policy analysts and others working to address the drivers of crime and with an interest in reducing the over-representation of Māori in the...
'One size does not fit all’: how five tertiary education organisations embed literacy, language and numeracy: case study findings
This report describes how a wānanga, a polytechnic, two private training establishments and an industry training organisation teach literacy, language and numeracy skills as part of their programmes.
Topics: Kaupapa Māori, Education & Training, Primary Education, Secondary Education, Te Āo Māori, Wānanga, Culture, Language
This report is the outcome of a research project undertaken in response to widespread concerns about the educational programmes currently offered in many Māori medium secondary schooling contexts. These concerns are reflected in the large drop-off in number of enrolled students that occurs in the Māori medium sector at a...
My inquiry into Te Wānanga o Aotearoa (TWOA) found practices that are unacceptable for a public entity. I found poor record-keeping and a consistent lack of documentation. What documentation I did see was often incomplete. Three themes were common to many of the activities I looked at:
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