We want an education system where all students and ākonga have the opportunity to learn – to be successful in life, learning and work – and to contribute to society. It’s a vision that is focused on both equity and excellence.
The Curriculum, Progress and Achievement Ministerial Advisory Group believe to achieve this vision, we – as a nation – need to create a system that learns. A system that makes sure every child experiences rich opportunities to learn and progress.
The Ministerial Advisory Group has come up with nine ‘emerging ideas’ about how to achieve this. They’re called emerging ideas because they’re still being refined – with your help. The ideas are focused on relationships, capabilities and realising our aspirations for all students and ākonga.
The Ministerial Advisory Group have imagined a system that is committed to learning.
To find out more about the vision and ideas for achieving it:
Feedback on the emerging ideas has closed. The Ministerial Advisory Group is further refining their ideas and developing recommendations to the Minister of Education. We’ll publish a summary of the feedback on the ideas in term 1, 2019