Ako Aotearoa is an agent of change for Māori learner success.
Explore Ako Aotearoa's resources, professional learning opportunities and events developed to support Māori learner success.
Every year, Te Whatu Kairangi celebrates outstanding tertiary educators who have achieved success in supporting Māori learners.
We are committed to improving the participation, engagement and success of Māori in Aotearoa New Zealand's tertiary education sector.
Ako Aotearoa works collaboratively with a range of organisations on initiatives to help educators increase educational success for Māori learners.
Our Māori governance body has a shared role with respect to the Ako Aotearoa Māori strategy as defined in agreement between the Rūnanga and Ako Aotearoa Board.
Te Tiriti o Waitangi – a Visual History, introduces educators to the treaty’s context, reflects on the contents of the agreement, and demonstrates what upholding Te Tiriti means in education today.
Our Māori Cultural Capability Pathway is a series of four self-paced online courses that will improve teaching and help tertiary educators create the best environment for Māori learners.