Māori respondents have told us that NCEA doesn't do enough to open te ao Māori pathways through the qualification and disadvantages too many ākonga from experiencing success as Māori.
ensuring that, where possible and appropriate, te ao Māori and mātauranga Māori are built into achievement standards for use across English and Māori-medium settings. That might mean:
having Māori-centred contexts for exemplars and assessment resources (e.g. local iwi history)
designing more inclusive standards and assessment resources that allow for diverse cultural perspectives on what’s important e.g. considering community or hapū impact, not just individual user needs.
This page was last updated on 6 August 2020.