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Boards of trustees are accountable for the performance of their schools and kura. The key focus of their role is raising student achievement. This is particularly important when we look at the success of Māori students in our education system

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As a board, you play a vital role in deciding and leading the future direction and performance of your school. These guidelines are a valuable resource for boards on how to implement the Pasifika Education Plan 2013– 2017. They will help you understand your governance role and how to fulfil the responsibilities that go with it – in particular, the responsibility to meet the needs and lift the achievement of all students, with a specific focus on your Pasifika students

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As a board, you play a vital role in leading the future direction and performance of your school. These guidelines are a valuable resource for boards on how to show ethical leadership and build an inclusive school with confidence. They will help you understand your governance role and how to fulfil the responsibilities that go with it – particularly as they relate to meeting the needs of all the students in your school.

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As a board of trustees’ member, you play a vital role in leading the future direction and performance of your school. These guidelines will help you understand the board’s governance role and how to fulfil the responsibilities that go with it. The content should be relevant to you, regardless of your level of experience in governance roles.

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As a board, you play a vital role in leading the future direction and performance of your school. This resource explains why it is important for boards to keep good records and offers some practical suggestions about how best to do this.

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Boards of trustees provide culturally responsive strategic leadership and direction to schools. They are accountable for the performance of their schools and kura, and the key focus of their role is the improvement of student progress and achievement. A number of factors influence student achievement, including the board’s own performance. How boards work provides information on developing good systems and processes so that every decision is focused on making a difference for the students in your school.

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Education matters to me:

Experiences of tamariki and rangatahi Maori

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Emotional wellbeing

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A starting point for the Statement of National Education and Learning Priorities

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'If I were the boss' - Improving our education

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Progress and achievement

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Transitions

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