Ka Hikitia in Action
Ka Hikitia in Action showcases the critical role parents, whānau and communities play in helping their children to learn. It illustrates that Māori educational success can be achieved when communities, iwi, schools, early learning centres or the Ministry work in collaboration — mahi tahi.
Welcome to Ka Hikitia in Action
Here you can read real-life examples of what Ka Hikitia — Accelerating Success 2013-2017, the Māori education strategy, looks like when communities take the lead and turn a government strategy into community action.
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