Last updated 5 June, 2018 by Judy Oakden
The Māori Agribusiness Prototypes Project Evaluation assessed the extent that the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) supported Māori asset owners to maximise productivity of primary sector assets. The evaluation identified the importance of relationships and partnerships, and the ways MPI was effective in supporting Māori aspirations.
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 illustrate practical ways to raise Māori student achievement, build effective relationships with whānau and establish sound positive leadership in secondary schools in Aotearoa New Zealand. Judy Oakden, along with Nan Wehipeihana, Kellie Spee and Kataraina Pipi, undertook this project.
Here is the Ministry of Education portal to Rangiātea – where all five case studies and exemplars can be accessed.
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 a newly released research project. The three case studies and exemplars from McAuley High School, De La Salle College and Otahuhu College, clearly outline practical ways effective school leadership practice in mainstream secondary schools supports Pasifika student achievement and success.
Judy Oakden, along with 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