New figures show we now have 9 Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako in Coromandel electorate.
“The fact that we have so many schools working together is great news for our young people,” says Scott Simpson.
The figures show that 47 schools are in Communities of Learning.
“I’m delighted that more of our students are benefiting from teachers working together to share best practice and raise achievement across the whole community.
“It’s also good news that more young children will be better supported as they progress from early learning into primary and then secondary education within one community.”
“Kāhui Ako are no longer just the way of the future for New Zealand education, but the reality of how our schools and providers are operating.
“Through sharing data, resources and expert teachers to focus on tackling their achievement challenges, this model of collaboration is supporting educators to ensure all students have the best opportunity to achieve all that they’re capable of.”