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Connections between the principles and Ka Hikitia

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Ka Hikitia, the the Māori Education Strategy which has been refreshed, is a cross-agency strategy for the education sector.

The aims of Ka Hikitia are:

  • to shift systems in education
  • to support Māori learners and their whānau, hapū and iwi 
  • to foster equitable outcomes.

An organising framework guides the actions of the agencies supporting Ka Hikitia.

For more information, you can can read the refreshed:

You can also download the refreshed Ka Hikitia strategy visual (PDF).

Outcome domains to support excellent outcomes for Māori learners and whānau so that Māori are enjoying and achieving education success as Māori, as they develop the skills to participate in te ao Māori, Aotearoa and the wider world, includes:

Te Whānau

  • Education provision responds to learners within the context of their whānau.
  • We will support Māori learners and their whānau to be informed and demanding decision-makers, with high expectations of our education services.
  • We will also support Māori learners and their whānau to plan and pursue the education pathways that they aspire to. Education provision responds to learners within the context of their whānau.
  • We will support Māori learners and their whānau to be informed and demanding decision-makers, with high expectations of our education services.
  • We will also support Māori learners and their whānau to plan and pursue the education pathways that they aspire to.

Te Rangatiratanga

  • Māori exercise their authority and agency in education.
  • Our education services will support whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori to exercise agency and authority over the education of Māori learners at all levels of the education system.
  • We will support Māori to make decisions about the education of Māori learners. We will account to whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori for the education services we provide.

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