Me aro ki te hā o Hine-ahu-one
Pay heed and dignity to the power of women
Distinct qualities and models of leadership, cultural taxation, and the need for mentoring are among the key findings of a landmark new study on wāhine Māori in educational leadership.
Me aro ki te hā o Hine-ahu-one | Wāhine Māori in Leadership is a new report from Te Wāhanga, the kaupapa Māori research unit of the New Zealand Council for Educational Research. It has produced this report for Te Wehengarua, the Post Primary Teachers’ Association, to explore how to better support wāhine Māori in, or into positions of educational leadership.
With more than 340 survey respondents and 24 interviewed participants, Me aro ki te hā o Hine-ahu-one | Wāhine Māori in Leadership provides a rich picture of the lived experiences of wāhine Māori in Kaupapa Māori and English-medium secondary settings.