Māori and English medium Publications
Here you will find all Māori Medium and English Medium Education reports.
Ngā Haeata o Aotearoa: Assessing Māori Education
Ka Hikitia (the Māori Education Strategy) sets out how we will work with education services to achieve system shifts in education and support Māori learners and their whānau, hapū and iwi to achieve excellent and equitable outcomes; and provides an…
Author(s): Ministry of Education.
Date Published: VariousFind Out More
Evaluation of the Retention Pilot Programmes for Māori Medium Beginning Teachers
The Retention pilot programme for Māori medium beginning teachers Initiative, was established under Budget 2013. Six providers were contracted to design and implement new induction and mentoring initiatives that support the retention of beginning teachers in Māori medium schools through…
Author(s): Prepared by Nan Wehipeihana, Kirimatao Paipa and Roxanne Smith for Research Evaluation Consultancy Limited - a member of the Kinnect Group
Date Published: July 2019Find Out More
Te pakeke hei ākonga: Māori adult learners
This report explores success in literacy and language learning for Māori adults. It captures the perspectives and voices of learners, tutors and providers in foundation learning programmes. It describes how Māori tutors reinforce and strengthen their Māori learners’ identities through…
Author(s): Colleen McMurchy-Pilkington, University of Auckland
Date Published: August 2009Find Out More
Learning from the Quality Teaching Research and Development Programme (QTR&D): Findings of the external evaluation
The Quality Teaching Research and Development Programme (QTR&D) was a bold and ambitious pilot development and research project. It was designed as an exploratory programme to understand more about quality teaching for Māori and Pasifika students, within designated contexts (literacy,…
Author(s): Lorna M. Earl, Ph.D. Director, Aporia Consulting Ltd. with Helen Timperley, Ph.D. and Georgina M. Stewart, Ed.D.
Date Published: May 2009Find Out More
Analysis of the Characteristics of Whānau in New Zealand
This report was commissioned in early 2005 by the Ministry of Education. Its intention is to give an understanding of what the concept of whanau means within Aotearoa, and specifically what such meaning may have with regard to the educational…
Author(s): Chris Cunningham, Brenda Stevenson, Natasha Tassel, Research Centre for Māori Health and Development, School of Māori Studies, Massey University. Report Commissioned for the Ministry of Education.
Date Published: May 2005Find Out More
Evaluation of Kaupapa Ara Whakawhiti Mātauranga (KAWM)
Kaupapa Ara Whakawhiti Mātauranga (KAWM) encompassed a number of school improvement initiatives and aimed to: improve student achievement; improve school performance; strengthen school and community relationships; upgrade school ICT infrastructure; and improve teachers' professional capability through ICT.…
Author(s): Pauline Waiti, New Zealand Council for Educational Research.
Date Published: 2005Find Out More
Hui Taumata 2005: Māori in tertiary education: a picture of the trends
This analysis of trends in Māori in tertiary education was commissioned for Hui Taumata 2005.…
Author(s): Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis and Reporting, Ministry of Education
Date Published: January 2005Find Out More
Hui Taumata 2005: Māori in Early Childhood Education and Schools
This analysis of trends in Māori in early childhood education and schools was commissioned for Hui Taumata 2005.…
Author(s): Siobhan Murray and Amy Galvin, Education Information and Analysis, Ministry of Education. Commissioned for the Hui Taumata Steering Committee.
Date Published: January 2005Find Out More
Whaia te iti Kahurangi: NZCER Evaluation
NZCER was contracted by the partners in Whaia te iti Kahurangi (Te Runanga o Ngati Porou and the Ministry of Education) to undertake a formative evaluation of the initiative. Whaia te iti Kahurangi (WTIK) is aimed at improving student achievement…
Author(s): Cathy Wylie and Vyletta Arago-Kemp
Date Published: 2004Find Out More
Raising Māori students' achievement in Te Taitokerau
This publication is a summary of the Evaluation of Te Putahitanga Matauranga. Te Putahitanga Matauranga (TPM) is an education improvement and development project aimed at raising Māori students' achievement in Te Taitokerau (the Far North). TPM encompasses 78 schools in…
Author(s): Margie Hohepa, Kuni Jenkins with Jo Mane, Dale Sherman-Godinet and Sharon Toi, The International Research Institute for Māori and Indigenous Education, University of Auckland.
Date Published: February 2004Find Out More
Whanau Toko I Te Ora: A Parenting Skills Programme
The Māori Women's Welfare League undertakes a parent support & development programme: Whanau Toko i te Ora. This is an evaluation of the progress of whanau moving though the programme. It involves an overall account, based on the database held…
Author(s): Ian Livingstone, Chartwell Consulants for the Māori Women's Welfare League.
Date Published: January 2002Find Out More
Māori participation and performance in education: A summary by Anne Else
This is a summary by Anne Else of a report prepared for the Ministry of Education in May 1997 entitled Māori Participation & Performance in Education: A Literature Review and Research Programme. The original report was authored by Simon Chapple,…
Author(s): Anne Else, Report for the Ministry of Education.
Date Published: May 1997Find Out More