Kāhui Ako to receive their inquiry time earlier

Issue: Volume 97, Number 2

Posted: 12 February 2018
Reference #: 1H9hQU

Releasing inquiry time earlier will give Kāhui Ako the opportunity to engage a wider range of teachers in developing achievement challenges and action plans to raise the progress, achievement and wellbeing of all their children and young people. It can also increase peer support for the Kāhui Ako teaching roles.

Inquiry time enables teachers and education leaders to develop and improve the quality of their teaching practice through collaborative inquiry-based activities across their Kāhui Ako. The change has been agreed by the Minister of Education, following meetings between the Ministry of Education and the Investing in Educational Success (IES) Working Group.

Schools within a Kāhui Ako that have appointed their leader but have yet to have their achievement challenges endorsed will not need to apply for inquiry time staffing. It will be added to their staffing entitlement notices which are accessed through the School Data Portal.

For more details, contact your local Ministry regional office.

BY Education Gazette editors
Education Gazette | Tukutuku Kōrero, reporter@edgazette.govt.nz

Posted: 9:00 am, 12 February 2018

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