Last updated 6 March, 2019 by Judy Oakden
Judy Oakden and Nan Wehipeihana worked on the Māori Agribusiness Prototypes Project Evaluation for the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI). The evaluation assessed how well, and in what ways, MPI supported Māori asset owners to make the most of the yield of their primary assets.
The evaluation found there were effective partnerships. The evaluation also showed the positive ways MPI worked with and supported Māori to achieve their goals.
Rangiātea is a major research project that draws together a rich array of examples from five high-performing, mainstream secondary schools. The research and case exemplars explain practical ways to raise Māori student achievement. They show how to build effective relationships with whānau. The also explain how to set up sound positive leadership in secondary schools in Aotearoa New Zealand. Judy Oakden, Nan Wehipeihana, Kellie Spee and Kataraina Pipi, undertook this project.
Here is the Ministry of Education portal to Rangiātea – to access the five case studies and exemplars.
Judy Oakden was part of the team for the Evaluation of the Māori Oral Health Providers Project for the Ministry of Health, led by Nan Wehipeihana.
Leadership practices supporting Pasifika student success is an important research project containing three case studies and exemplars from three secondary schools with high numbers of Pacific students. These schools are McAuley High School, De La Salle College and Otahuhu College. They show effective school leadership in mainstream secondary schools to support Pacific student achievement and success. Judy Oakden, Kellie Spee, Dr Ruth Toumu’a, Pale Sauni and Clark Tuagalu undertook this project.
Here are the links to the case studies and exemplars from the TKI portal – you can download them here.
McCauley High School Case Study (PDF, 1 MB)
McCauley High School Exemplar (PDF, 289 kB)
De La Salle College Case Study (PDF, 1 MB)
De La Salle College Case Exemplar (PDF, 420 kB)
Otahuhu College Case Study (PDF, 1 MB)
Otahuhu College Exemplar (PDF, 581 kB