Members of a school strategic change leadership team discuss how a significant drop in the NCEA achievement outcomes of their Māori students, which had been consistently tracking upwards since 2009, created a context that required a critically reflective analysis of both cohort and individual data, alongside a review of the current tracking and monitoring processes and tools.
This video illustrates
Domain 2: Leadership for equity and excellence
- Leadership builds collective capacity to do evaluation and inquiry for sustained improvement
- Leadership responded to a drop in achievement with an in depth investigation into why it hadn’t been possible to anticipate the issue and formulate a response
- The adoption of improved tracking tools was supported by external expertise to accelerate their implementation
Things to think about
- How can we improve our responsiveness to student achievement data?
This video was commissioned by Waikato University. For more on this and similar themes visit the website poutamapounamu.org.nz.