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  1. Context and rationale for this evaluation

    Context and rationale for this evaluationNew Zealand has an ageing teacher workforce. Data from Education Counts shows that 8,343 of the 53,861 staff in schools are aged 60 and over (about 16 percent of the workforce). This data is not available for early learning services. There has also been a decline in the number of students commencing, or graduating from, ITE programmes since 2008. Given the likely shift in the teacher workforce profile over the next few years, it is important that teacher...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/newly-graduated-teachers-preparation-and-confidence-to-teach/context-and-rationale-for-this-evaluation/

  2. Discussion and implications

    Aotearoa mosaic: valuing cultural and linguistic diversityThe early learning and schooling population in New Zealand is rapidly becoming more diverse. This trend is most apparent in Auckland, which remains New Zealand’s most culturally and linguistically diverse city and region. Migration trends also show that Auckland is poised to grow more diverse in the years to come.Supporting culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) learners to achieve and succeed is important for two reasons.Foremos...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/responding-to-language-diversity-in-auckland/discussion-and-implications/

  3. Māori to English R

    A E I O U H K M N P R T W NG WH R rā (mō ngā rā kei te heke mai): further; long term rahi (ka rahi rawa atu ngā ... i ...): enhance rahinga (te rahinga o ...): maximum rahinga (te rahinga ōrau): high percentage raihana-ā-noho: licence to occupy raihana-ā-wā: sessional licence raimatia (kua raimatia): paved rangahau-ā-tatau: quantitative research rāngai: sector rāngai ahumahi: industry sector rangapū: collective(ly) rangatiratanga (tino rangatiratanga):...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/he-kupu-arotake-list-of-maori-english-education-term/maori-to-english-a/maori-to-english-r/

  4. 04 Making sure all teachers have the knowledge to enable literacy success for every child

    ERO’s report Accelerating the progress of priority learners in primary schools (2013) identified the need for ongoing professional learning and development (PLD) to build teachers’ confidence to understand and use strategies to accelerate learning for children needing additional support. Teachers at HOKOWHITU SCHOOL demonstrated a well considered commitment to accelerating learning for these children by implementing new practices, particularly in classrooms. Leaders and teachers were reflect...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/keeping-children-engaged-and-achieving-in-writing/04-making-sure-all-teachers-have-the-knowledge-to-enable-literacy-success-for-every-child/