Hei Titiro Anō i te Whāinga: Māori Achievement in Bachelors Degrees – Revisited
This report revisits and updates Te whai i nga taumata atakura – supporting Māori achievement in bachelor degrees.
About the report
This report looks in greater detail at the link between NCEA results and Māori success in first-year bachelors' degree study. The findings confirm the earlier study, while providing more detail on the link between school performance and tertiary success. An important finding is that Māori students enter degree study, on average, with lower school qualifications and lower NCEA results than their non-Māori peers. Māori students who had the same level of performance in NCEA as non-Māori did slightly less well on average in their first-year degree studies.
Author: David Earle
Published by Tertiary Sector Performance Analysis & Reporting at the Ministry of Education
You can read about the key findings and download the full report from the Eduction Counts website.