Projects tagged with Education & Training and Māori
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This report presents the findings of an evaluation of the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) model. The evaluation focusses on the operation and outcomes of the 16 consortia operating in 2017. The Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) programme is delivered via an innovative consortia approach,...
Every child in New Zealand deserves to thrive physically, academically, socially, and culturally. However, too many Māori children are leaving school without the education they deserve. The number of Māori students is growing. By 2030, the proportion of children who are Māori is likely to increase to about 30...
In 2012, we started a five-year programme of work to find out how well the education system supports Māori students to achieve their full potential. This third report looks at whether the Ministry of Education, education agencies, and schools use and manage information effectively and efficiently to improve educational success...
Topics: Research, Early Childhood Education, Education & Training, Primary Education, Secondary Education, Tertiary Education, Te Āo Māori, Māori, Culture, Language
The Māori Education Strategy: Ka Hikitia - Accelerating Success 2013-2017 is an updated strategy building on the changes of The Māori Education Strategy: Ka Hikitia - Managing For Success 2008-2012' (which set the direction for improving how the education system performs for Māori students). This...
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...
Professional development needs to enhance effective teaching and performance for Māori and Pasifika learners
This report highlights key areas where educators most need professional development support to deliver effective teaching and better outcomes for Māori and Pasifika learners. The report findings will also inform and support the TEC's work on improving Māori and Pasifika learner outcomes.
4 Sep 2014
Topics: Literature review, Research, Economic Growth, Employment & Labour, Education & Training, Secondary Education, Tertiary Education, Māori, Pacific People, Innovation
Strong connections between tertiary education organisations, industry and Pasifika learners are key enablers to increasing awareness and knowledge of high-growth, high-demand industries. The report also shows how secondary schools and tertiary education organisations can develop Pasifika employment in high-growth, high-demand...
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Housing & Homelessness, Income & Wealth, Poverty & Child Poverty, Social Security & Welfare, Education & Training, Families & Whānau, Policy, Child Development, Children, Disability, Māori, Pacific People, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life, Socio-economic status
The Expert Advisory Group's final report, which includes 78 recommendations and a list of initial priorities for actions.
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Community Development, Crime & Safety, Law & Justice, Victims, Employment & Labour, Income & Wealth, Inequality, Poverty & Child Poverty, Social Security & Welfare, Social Services, Education & Training, Families & Whānau, Parenting, Policy, Child Development, Whānau, Children, Disability, Māori, Pacific People, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Quality of Life, Socio-economic status
The Children’s Commissioner established an Expert Advisory Group to deliver a significant research-based advocacy programme in 2011-12. This group (the EAG) released a report:
with: Te Puni Kōkiri: TPK
Topics: Monitoring, Social Services, Education & Training, Tertiary Education, Māori, Youth, Quality of Life, Socio-economic status
Māori with higher levels of qualifications are more likely to be employed and earn higher incomes. Higher qualifications also have a positive influence on broader socio-economic outcomes including higher levels of overall life satisfaction, increased health status, and a greater ability to save and generate wealth in the future...
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