This report gives a snapshot of the current provision of te reo Māori teaching and learning in a representative sample of English-medium primary and secondary schools. The education sector is seen as an important lever in the Government’s Maihi Karauna strategy for language revitalisation.
- Published: 18 Jun 2020
- Published: 29 Apr 2018
Auckland is New Zealand’s most culturally diverse city, with over 100 ethnicities and more than 150 languages spoken on a daily basis. How are schools and early learning services in Auckland responding to this increasing cultural and language diversity? This question was the basis for a new evaluation published by ERO Responding to Language Diversity in Auckland.
- Published: 04 Sep 2017
Māori educators and a Māori student draw from their own experiences to discuss the concept of identity and the central role schools play in the identity development of Māori students.
- Published: 24 Oct 2013
This national report is about how effectively 15 Pacific early childhood services used Equity Funding to increase Pacific children's participation and support them to develop their language, culture and identity.
We have also published a companion report - Use of Equity Funding in Early Childhood Services.
- Published: 01 Feb 2012
In this evaluation Partnership with Whānau Māori in Early Childhood Education, ERO focused on the extent to which:
- services understood and valued the identity, language and culture of Māori children and their whānau, particularly when the child and whānau enter the service
- managers and educators built positive relationships with the whānau of Māori children; and
- each service worked in partnership with the whānau of Māori children.