Māori Youth Transitions

Māori Youth Transitions (pdf)
01 Jun 2012

Māori with higher levels of qualifications are more likely to be employed and earn higher incomes. Higher qualifications also have a positive influence on broader socio-economic outcomes including higher levels of overall life satisfaction, increased health status, and a greater ability to save and generate wealth in the future.

In 2012 Te Puni Kōkiri completed a monitoring report on the contribution of three State sector programmes and services in improving Māori youth  transitions from secondary to tertiary education. This is a summary of the results and good practice lessons identified in that monitoring report.

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