The Government’s vision for the future of New Zealand education reflects the overwhelming aspirations of New Zealanders, as expressed through the Kōrero Mātauranga, for a more inclusive, equitable, and connected New Zealand education and learning system.
The report of the Curriculum, Progress and Achievement Ministerial Advisory Group supports this vision. It provides a direction for the future of curriculum, teaching and learning so that:
Report: Strengthening curriculum, progress, and achievement in a system that learns
In response to the Advisory Group’s advice, the Ministry of Education will work with Māori and Pacific, people across the education sector, students and their whānau to:
The national priorities for professional learning and development have also been updated to support teachers and leaders focus on curriculum, progress and achievement.
We will make sure schools and kura are well supported with stronger networks, better access to resources, guidance and development opportunities.