Engagement on ERED Strategy
Alongside ERO and NZCER, we’re developing a national strategy for research and evaluation to support better learning outcomes for all New Zealanders. Have your say before 31 May.
The Education Research Evaluation and Development (ERED) Strategy is a strategy that will:
- identify priorities for how we address our big challenges
- strengthen our partnerships/relationships and insights
- increase the usefulness of evidence in achieving better education outcomes for all.
Underpinned by the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi, the anticipated outcome is a national strategy that will support better learning outcomes for all.
We’re seeking your input, insight, lived experience and contribution to ensure we hear from many people with many diverse voices. This will help to shape the way the strategy is developed and designed – and is the first step in the strategy’s ongoing collaboration and codesign.
Find our more, and take part in the survey, at Education Research Evaluation and Development Strategy – Kōrero Mātauranga(external link)
The survey closes Tuesday 31 May.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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