Ka Hikitia - Managing for Success: The Māori Education Strategy 2008 - 2012


Ka Hikitia - Managing for Success: The Māori Education Strategy 2008 - 2012 is the Ministry of Education's approach to improving the performance of the education system for and with Māori. It is a key aspect of having a quality education system where all students are succeeding and achieving.

KA hikitia ACCELERATING SUCCESS 2013–2017

Ka Hikitia steps up - Education Gazette Sep 9,2013 article

Mid-term review (2011) Summary of key findings

Ka Hikitia - Managing for Success: The Māori Education Strategy 2013 - 2017
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Ngā Haeata Mātauranga - Annual Report on Maori Education
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Ministry of Education websites

Te Kete Ipurangi
Also called TKI. A bilingual portal for school teachers and principals.
Te Mana and Taiohi
Te Mana is a programme run by the Ministry of Education designed to help rangatahi (Māori aged between 13-18 years) to get the most out of school. It includes the Taiohi website.
New Zealand Education Gazette
The Education Gazette is the Ministry of Education's official newsletter for the education sector.
Educational Leaders
Website for principals and school leaders.
Education Counts
Education Counts is the Ministry of Education's education statistics and research resource.
Early Childhood Education
Advice, support and information about early childhood education.

Links to Government websites

newzealand.govt.nz
New Zealand Government website.
edCentre
Education portal that is a gateway to New Zealand education information.
New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Website for the government agency that coordinates qualifications and maintains national standards.
Education Review Office
Website for the government agency that reports publicly on the quality of education in schools.
Career Services Rapuara
Website for the government agency that provides career advice, planning and information.
New Zealand Teachers Council
Website for the council that provides teacher licensing in New Zealand.
Te Puni Kōkiri
Website for Te Puni Kokiri, the government's principal adviser on Crown relationships with iwi, hapū and Māori and key government policies as they affect Māori.
Tertiary Education Commission
Website for the agency that provides strategic advice to government on tertiary education.
In-transit
Website offering information to help young people decide what to do when they leave school.
Te Taura Whiri
The portal page to Te Taurawhiri I Te Reo Māori, the website of the Māori Language Commission. Find information about the Māori Language Act, news and updates and Māori language software.

Resources

Maori Language app:
http://www.vodafone.co.nz/apps-services/hika/
Anne Sturgess shared a great resource on the Gifted and Talented forum last week: an app to support your use of Te Reo Māori: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/apps-services/hika/. You can quickly and easily translate English into Māori on your iPhone or Android mobile. You can also test what you’ve learnt in the ‘Self Test’ area and learn fun and interesting facts about Māori language and culture. Tau kē! (Awesome!)
http://akoaotearoa.ac.nz/ako-hub/ako-aotearoa-central-hub/resources/pages/strategies-maori-pacific-and-youth-learners
This project uncovers and documents the teaching strategies at Whitireia New Zealand which have been successful with Māori, Pacific and youth learners. It includes a full report and a resource booklet which will be useful for any tertiary teacher.











Other education sector websites

New Zealand School Trustees Association
Website for the New Zealand School Trustees Association (NZSTA). NZSTA supports and provides information to boards of trustees in the compulsory education sector.
New Zealand Principals’ Federation
Website for the New Zealand Principals’ Federation, Ngā Tumuaki O Aotearoa.
New Zealand Educational Institute
Website for the New Zealand Educational Institute Te Riu Roa (NZEI) is New Zealand's largest education union.
Post Primary Teachers’ Association
Website of the Post Primary Teachers' Association, Te Wehengarua (PPTA).