7 Jul 2014

Why is the Ministry of Education no longer funding the successful Te Kotahitanga programme?

From Nine To Noon, 9:08 am on 7 July 2014

The Ministry of Education has stopped funding for a programme at the heart of dramatic increases in achievement which have won Northland's Keri Keri high school a 2014 Prime Minister's award. Te Kotahitanga is a research and professional development programme for teachers which has improved the achievement of Maori students in schools where it is used. Elizabeth Forgie -the Principal of Keri Keri High School Daniel Murfitt - The Principal of William Colenso College and Hawkes Bay Rowena Phair - the Ministry of Education's Deputy Secretary for Student Achievement

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