I whakatūngia a Te Kotahitanga mai i ngā urupare ki ngā momo raruraru e pā ana ki ngā tamariki o ngā rōpū auraki kāore nei e eke ki ngā taumata teitei. Nā runga i ngā whakawhanake ngaiotanga rangahau o tēnei kaupapa ka whakaritea i te tau 2001 he whakaaturanga pūkete e hāngai ana ki ngā kōrero a ngā tauira, ngā mātua, kaiako, ngā tumuaki me ngā momo tuhituhi o te ao. I whakatakotohia he hāpori ipurangi hei tautoko i ā rātou e mahi ana i roto i ngā kura o Te Kotahitanga o Aotearoa.
Te Kotahitanga is a collaborative response to the rising problem of underachievement among Māori students in mainstream schools. As part of this professional development/research project, which began in 2001, the research team developed an Effective Teaching Profile based on suggestions made by Māori students, their parents, their teachers and principals as well as international literature.
For more information contact: Mrs Sally Lockie or visit the website by clicking on the link at right.