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When & Where
Learning and Change Networks
Learning and Change Networks are a new way of working for New Zealand students, their families, schools and communities.
The Ministry of Education established the strategy at the end of 2012 as a partnership between network leaders, a provider team and the Ministry of Education to establish up to 60 networks across the country to:
- Accelerate achievement among priority learner groups.
- Increase sector leader capability in collective improvement.
- Bring together schooling improvement, blended learning pedagogies and cultural responsiveness.
A multitalented team from the Faculty of Education and partner organisations is providing services to facilitate network activity, to diffuse evaluation and research findings about effective lateral learning and to grow evaluative capability within the networks. These primary services will support network leaders who share a common interest and willingness to work together to grow lateral learning and change capabilities that accelerate learner achievement.