The Learning Support Action Plan sets out six priority areas for the period 2019-2025.
These priorities are the ones that will make the greatest difference, to ensure that children and young people get the right support, at the right time.
They will strengthen learning support in both the early learning and schooling sectors.
They provide a wider range of flexible support for neurodiverse children and young people with moderate needs, who don’t qualify for the highest level of support and resourcing.
The Action Plan builds on the approach to providing learning support that is being implemented across New Zealand, the Learning Support Delivery Model.