Research about Māori learners

Ngā rangahau ākonga Māori

Last updated 8 November 2016
Last updated 11/08/2016

This page outlines recent research we have commissioned about Māori learners.

It complements our ‘Doing Better for Māori in Tertiary Settings’ research report. The research reports referred to in this summary are available on this page, and are listed below.

Read our research summary for Māori learners:

Boosting outcomes for Māori learners in tertiary education: 2015 research findings (PDF, 492 Kb)

Doing better for Māori in tertiary settings

A review of good practice and success indicators to inform and guide understanding of what tertiary investors, governors, managers, educators and support staff can do to boost outcomes for Māori learners.

Doing better for Māori in tertiary settings (online publication)

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 our work on improving Māori and Pasifika learner outcomes. 

Professional development practices and needs to enhance responsiveness in Māori and Pasifika learners in tertiary settings (PDF, 2 Mb) 

Evaluating the progress of embedded literacy and numeracy in industry training organisations (ITOs)

Generally, literacy and numeracy is more embedded into ITOs’ organisational processes and practices compared to five years ago but there is still some way to go.

Evaluating the progress of embedded literacy and numeracy in industry training organisations (PDF, 450 Kb) 

Reviewing and analysing education services to NEETS (young people not in education, employment, or training) 

This research identifies the institutional, sector-wide and other factors that contribute to achievement by former NEETs (those younger learners not in employment, education or training) in Youth Guarantee fees-free places. 

Youth Guarantee fees-free scheme – a research study (PDF, 502 Kb)  

Ka Hikitia – Accelerating Success

You can read the Ministry of Education’s Ka Hikitia Strategy – Accelerating Success 2013–2017 on the Ministry of Education (MoE) website.