Appendix 2: Main evidence used to inform this report

Education for Māori: Context for our proposed audit work until 2017.

We reviewed a wide range of published material, and material provided to us by people we interviewed and the Advisory Group. In particular, the following documents informed this report:

Official documents

  • Education Review Office (2010), Promoting Success for Māori students: Schools' Progress, Wellington.
  • Education Review Office (2012), Partnership with Whānau Māori in Early Childhood Services, Wellington.
  • Ministry of Education (2008), Ka Hikitia – Managing for Success: The Māori Education Strategy 2008-2012, Wellington.
  • Ministry of Education (2008), Key evidence and how we must use it to improve the system performance for Māori, Wellington.
  • Ministry of Education (2010), Ngā Haeata Mātauranga 2008/09, Wellington.
  • Ministry of Education (2011), Statement of Intent 2011/12- 2016/17, Wellington.
  • Ministry of Education (2011), Ka Hikitia – Mid term Review of progress in implementation Education Report – Key official documents, internal document.
  • Ministry of Education (2012), Statement of Intent 2012-2017, Wellington.
  • New Zealand Qualifications Authority (2012), Te Rautaki Māori a te Mana Tohu Mātauranga o Aotearoa 2012-2017, Wellington.
  • Waitangi Tribunal, (2011), Ko Aotearoa Tēnei: a report into claims concerning New Zealand law and policy affecting Māori culture and identity, Legislation Direct, Wellington.


  • Articles in set: Research Information for Teachers, set Reprints 2012, New Zealand Council for Educational Research, Wellington.
  • Bishop, R (2011), Freeing Ourselves, Sense Publishers, Rotterdam.
  • Bishop, R and Glynn, T (1999), Culture Counts: Changing Power Relations in Education, Dunmore Press, Palmerston North.
  • Bishop, R, O'Sullivan, D, and Berryman, M (2010), Scaling Up Education Reform: Addressing the Politics of Disparity, NZCER Press, Wellington.
  • Durie, M (2005), "Te Tai Tini Transformations 2025", CIGAD Working Paper Series 5/2005, Massey University, Wellington.
  • Durie, M (2011), Ngā Tini Whetū – Navigating Māori Futures, Huia Publishers, Wellington.
  • Goren, P (2009), How Policy Travels: Making sense of Ka Hikitia – Managing for Success: The Māori Education Strategy 2008-2012, Fulbright New Zealand, Wellington.
  • Hattie, J (2008), "Narrow the Gap, Fix the Tail, or Close the Curves: The Power of Words", in Rubie-Davies, C M, and Rawlinson, C, Challenging Thinking about Teaching And Learning, Nova Science Publishers, New York.
  • Macfarlane, A H (2007), Discipline, Democracy and Diversity: Working with Students with Behaviour Difficulties, NZCER Press, Wellington.
  • New Zealand House of Representatives (2008), Inquiry into making the schooling system work for every child – Report of the Education and Science Committee, Wellington.
  • New Zealand School Trustees Association (2012), Submission to Māori Affairs Select Committee – Inquiry into the determinants of wellbeing for Māori and Pacific Children, Wellington.
  • Robinson, V, Hōhepa, M, and Lloyd, C (2009), School Leadership and Student Outcomes: Identifying What Works and Why – Best Evidence Synthesis Iteration, Ministry of Education, Wellington.
  • Smith, G H (1995), "Whakaoho Whānau: New Formations of Whānau as an Innovative Intervention into Māori Cultural and Educational Crises", He Pukenga Korero Vol. 1 No. 1, pages 18-36, Massey University School of Māori Studies.
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