Projects tagged with Māori
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Reading Recovery in New Zealand: Uptake, implementation, and outcomes, especially in relation to Maori and Pasifika students
This research project evaluated Reading Recovery, an early intervention for students making limited progress in reading and writing after their first year at school. The study focused on school decisions about offering Reading Recovery and other literacy interventions, and on the implementation of Reading Recovery in schools. In...
The Whanau Development Project piloted a devolved funding approach that involved the Ministry of Social Development providing funding and support for whanau, hapu, iwi and Maori communities to assess their own needs and develop and deliver local initiatives to meet those needs. The project operated from 1 July 2000 to 30 June...
Aspirations of rurally disadvantaged Maori youth for their transition from secondary school to further education or training and work
8 Sep 2004
Topics: Kaupapa Māori, Research, Employment & Labour, Education & Training, Secondary Education, Tertiary Education, Māori, Youth
“He tini whetu ki te rangi, ko Ngati Maru ki raro He tini ika ki te moana, ko Ngati Maru ki uta”
This report first reviews educational outcomes for Māori 15-year-olds drawing on the PISA 2000 study, and then focuses on reading literacy and the factors associated with high achievement among Māori students. By highlighting the differences between high and low achievers within the Māori population, this report should assist in...
The National Primary Medical Care Survey was undertaken to describe primary health care in New Zealand, including the characteristics of providers and their practices, the patients they see, the problems presented and the management offered. The study covered private general practices (ie, family doctors), community-governed...
In September 2001 the Mental Health Commission published Cultural Assessment Processes for Māori: Guidance for Mainstream Mental Health Services. In 2003, to assess the impact of this guidance and to develop advice on practical implementation of cultural assessment, they commissioned a project in two phases...
Based on a review of national and international research on bilingualism and bilingual/immersion education, this report explores effective approaches for bilingual education. While the focus was on Māori-medium education, the indicators of good practice can also be applied to other bilingual contexts in Aotearoa/New Zealand,...
Te rerenga ā te pīrere: a longitudinal study of kōhanga reo and kura kaupapa Māori students | Phase I
Te Rerenga ā te Pīrere(The Flight of the Fledgling) is a longitudinal study of 111 kōhanga reo and kura kaupapa Māori students. This project is perhaps one of the first in-depth research projects of children in kōhanga reo and kura kaupapa Māori, their educational and social environments, and their learning. This is the report...
20 Jun 2003
The first book on the subject of Māori and alcohol. It covers pre- and early contact with Pakeha, charting the introduction of alcohol into Maori society during the nineteenth century, the impacts of the New Zealand Wars, increased trade and colonisation and the role of alcohol surrounding the Māori prophets Te Kooti, Te Whiti...
with: Ministry of Justice: MoJ
It is important that the Māori perspective is taken into account when family law policy and Family Courts processes are being developed. The Ministry of Justice and the Department for Courts accordingly commissioned this research as part of the review of the Guardianship Act 1968. The objective of the research was to provide...
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