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While the aggregated 2021 responses to the Teaching, School and Principal Leadership Practices (TSP) survey remain largely in line with the aggregated 2017 responses, the latest report from Cathy Wylie and David Coblentz poses some important questions for chan

Date posted: 8 November 2022

English-medium schools need to strategically plan for how they will grow te reo Māori inside and outside of the classroom. Pou reo – people who actively support reo Māori teaching and learning in schools – are the ‘doers’ who give life to these plans.  

Date posted: 28 October 2022

Authored by Kaihautū Rangahau | Chief Researcher Rosemary Hipkins.

Date posted: 29 March 2022

As we wind down for a much-needed holiday break, I've been reflecting on how to keep planetary wellbeing front of mind during this period of rest and restoration.

Date posted: 16 December 2021

Authored by Kaihautū Rangahau | Chief Researcher Rosemary Hipkins

Date posted: 14 December 2021