The Learning Support Delivery Model strengthens how learning support is provided so that all children and young people get the right support, in the right place, at the right time.
It organises learning support based on what best meets the needs of local children and young people.
The Learning Support Delivery Model brings local early learning services, kōhanga reo, schools and kura together to identify local needs and resources, and work with the Ministry of Education, other agencies and providers to plan support based on what they know works for children, young people, families and whānau.
Support is more flexible and joined-up and tailored around the needs of all ākonga (learners). The contribution of whānau is valued and learning support reflects their identity, language and culture.
New Learning Support Coordinator roles and other initiatives in the Learning Support Action Plan will build on the Learning Support Delivery Model.
The Learning Support Delivery Model is being rolled out across New Zealand. The model will be in all communities at various stages of implementation by the end of 2019.
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