New Zealanders want an education system where all children and young people can take part in education and can learn and achieve, whatever their needs or differences.
One in five children and young people need some kind of learning support.
The Learning Support Action Plan 2019 - 2025 sets out priority actions that will make the most difference, to ensure that children and young people get the right support, at the right time.
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this plan to date. There will be more opportunities for collaboration and feedback as the plan is implemented.
The Action Plan is available in the following languages:
Learning Support Action Plan 2019 - 2025 - Tongan [PDF 1.59MB]
Learning Support Action Plan 2019 - 2025 - Tokelauan [PDF 1.55MB]
Learning Support Action Plan 2019 - 2025 - Korean [PDF 1030KB]
Learning Support Action Plan 2019 - 2025 - E Text [Word 228KB]
Learning Support Coordinators
Information about the allocation of the first Learning Support Coordinators is available on the Learning Support Coordinators Page
Information about the allocation of Learning Support Coordinator roles is available on education.govt.nz. That site also hosts papers that outline the decision making process around the development of the Learning Support Action Plan and Learning Support Coordinator allocations.
Action plan summary
A summary of the action plan and engagement feedback is available in audio:
New Zealand Sign Language
Learning Support Action Plan 2019 - 2025 and Engagement Feedback Summary in NZ Sign Language: