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  1. Key features necessary to support students in STPs

    ERO identified key features that contributed to overall success of the STPs in raising student engagement, achievement and effective transitions. Leadership and partnershipERO found several aspects of leadership within the STPs that were working well and some aspects that could be strengthened. These came under four broad headings: leadership in schools, leadership in the TEO, partnership and self review.School leadershipWhen TEO and school leaders were closely involved in the STP decision maki...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/secondary-tertiary-programmes-trades-academies-what-works-and-next-steps/key-features-necessary-to-support-students-in-stps/

  2. 1. Achieving excellence and equity to reduce disparities

    Papatoetoe North School is a Years 1 to 6 Auckland school. In July 2016, the roll of 821 students included 397 children from different Pacific groups, 231 Asian (mostly Indian), 171 Māori and 14 Pākehā/ European or other ethnic groups. Three hundred children were funded as ESOL (English as a second language) students. The school’s leaders and teachers had focused on giving the children, who come from a relatively low socioeconomic area, the rich social capital that is their right. They h...

    https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-approaches-and-strategies-that-work/achieving-excellence-and-equity-to-reduce-disparities/