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5 May 2011. Success for Pacific Learners. The Impact of Tertiary Education Strategies. Research Group. Research Team. Pacific Advisory Group. Tupu Araiti ( Cook Islands) Aiono Mino Cleverly (Samoa) Vei Lotaki (Tonga) Filipo Lui (Tokelau). Dr John Horrocks, Lead Researcher

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5 May 2011

Success for Pacific Learners

The Impact of Tertiary Education Strategies

research group
Research Group

Research Team

Pacific Advisory Group

Tupu Araiti ( Cook Islands)

Aiono Mino Cleverly (Samoa)

Vei Lotaki (Tonga)

Filipo Lui (Tokelau)

  • Dr John Horrocks, Lead Researcher
  • Aleki Silao, Pacific Liaison Officer
  • Kerese Manueli, Tutor
  • Neil Ballantyne, Contract Researcher and Project Manager
  • Penny Fairbrother, Research and Contracts Officer
pasifika input to the research process
Pasifika Input to the Research Process
  • Pacific Advisory Group
  • Liaison with TEIs managed by Pasifika research team members
  • Informant interviews to be carried out by Pasifika research team members
  • Emphasis on Pasifika research capacity-building
the evaluation questions
The Evaluation Questions
  • How have government strategy documents influenced institutional strategies of universities, institutes of technology and wānanga to support the participation & success of Pacific learners?
  • What impact have these institutional strategies had on organisational change?
  • What are the perceptions of tertiary education institutions on how the TEC & other government agencies have incentivised and supported these organisational changes?
the data we are gathering
The Data We Are Gathering

Documentary evidence

  • Government strategy documents and reports
  • Existing research on government strategies
  • TEI strategies & plans

Existing datasets

  • TEC & MoE data

Key informant interviews

  • Key staff responsible for support strategies
examples of other relevant literature
Examples of Other Relevant Literature
  • Ministry of Education’s Pasifika Education Plans & Monitoring reports
  • Tertiary Education Commission’s Pacific Peoples’ Strategy 2004-2006 and beyond
  • New Zealand Qualifications Authority Pasifika Strategy 2009-2012
  • Research on TEC policy and responses to it, e.g. Synergia Ltd (2006) Making use: Views on the use and usefulness of the Tertiary Education Strategy 2002/7.
responses to date of teis
Responses to Date of TEIs

Invitations to participate in the project sent to all 29 public TEIs…

→ 16 accepted

→ 13 declined

informant interviews
Informant Interviews

Based on 2009 Roll Data – An approximate 50/50 split between face-to-face and phone interviews

  • Face-to-face: Pasifika rolls >5% (mainly Auckland and Wellington based institutions)
  • Phone: Pasifika rolls <5% (other regions including South Island based institutions)
documents from participants
Documents from Participants
  • Charters & Profiles
  • Investment Plans
  • Business & Strategic Plans
  • Annual Reports
  • Special Supplementary Grants Reports
  • Other related documents
thoughts so far
Thoughts So Far?
  • Vision versus directions
  • Complexity: Pasifika policy creation and implementation is NOT a linear process

i.e. NOT

  • Success for Pasifika students: May be measured and influenced in many ways
your questions and suggestions about a key part of the study the informant interviews
Your Questions and Suggestions about a Key Part of the Study – The Informant Interviews

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2………………………………………………?

3………………………………………………?

4………………………………………………?

5………………………………………………?

bibliography
Bibliography

The Tertiary Education Strategy

Office of the Associate Minister of Education (2002). Excellence, relevance, and success: An introduction to the new tertiary education system. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

Office of the Associate Minister of Education (2002). Tertiary education Strategy, 2002/07. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

Tertiary Education Commission (2004), Inspiring excellence for Pacific peoples throughout tertiary education: The Tertiary Education Commission’s Pacific people’s Strategy 2004 to 2006 and beyond. Wellington: Author.

Office of the Associate Minister of Education (2003). Statement of tertiary education priorities, 2003-2004. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

Office of the Minister for Tertiary Education (2007).Tertiary education strategy 2007-2012 (Incorporating statement of tertiary education priorities 2008-2010). Wellington: Ministry of Education.

Office of the Minister for Tertiary Education (2009). Tertiary education strategy 2010-2015. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

Ministry of Education (2004). Tertiary education strategy 2002-2007 baseline monitoring report. Wellington: Tertiary Sector performance Analysis and Reporting, Ministry of Education. Retrieved 29 April, 2011 from http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/publications/series/tes/5659

Ministry of Education (2008).Tertiary education strategy 2007-12 – a framework for monitoring. Wellington: Tertiary Sector performance Analysis and Reporting, Ministry of Education. Retrieved 29 April, 2011 from http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/publications/series/tes/20337

Relatedgovernment strategies

Secretary of Education ( 2008). Ministry of Education’s Pasifika Education plan (PEP) 2009-2012. Wellington: Ministry of Education.

Ministry of Education (2010). Pasifika Education Plan 2009 – Monitoring Report 2009. Wellington: Author. Retrieved 29 April from http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/publications/series/22967/pasifika-education-plan-monitoring-report-2009

New Zealand Qualifications Authority (2009). Pasifika Strategy for the New Zealand Qualifications Authority 2009-2012. Wellington: Author.

Research on development of government policy.

Eppel, E. (2009).Exploring the Usefulness of Applying Complexity Theory to the Analysis of Public Policy Processes: the case of tertiary education quality policy in New Zealand. [ Paper presented to the 13th IRSPM Conference, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, 6-8 April 2009] Retrieved April 29, 2011 from https://conference.cbs.dk/public/conferences/2/schedConfs/3/program.pdf

Synergia Ltd.( 2006). Making use: Views on the use and usefulness of the Tertiary Education Strategy 2002/7. [Report for the Ministry of Education]. Wellington: Author.