Measurable gains framework in the Maori education strategy

This webpage provides 13 separate rubrics developed for different aspects of the Measurable Gains Framework in the Maori Education Strategy.


  • Measurable Gains Evaluative Logic
    • Ka Hikitia – Measurable Gains Framework: Evaluative Logic
  • Rubrics: Ministry leadership role
    • MGF Rubric 1.2: Policy development and operations
    • MGF Rubric 1.3: Culturally confident ad capable staff 
    • MGF Rubric 1.6: Effective Iwi/Mana Whenua Relationships
  • Rubrics: Effectiveness in the sector
    • MGF Rubric 2.1: Culturally responsive effective teaching for Māori learners
    • MGF Rubric 2.2: Effective educational leadership; culturally responsive learning contexts and systems
    • MGF Rubric 2.3: Effective provision of te reo Māori in and through education
    • MGF Rubric 2.5: Effective parent, family and whānau engagement
    • MGF Rubric 2.6: Effective Māori learner support, information and advice (pathways)
    • MGF Rubric 2.7: Effective and relevant service provision for Māori learners
  • ​Rubrics: As Māori learner outcomes
    • MGF Rubric 3.1: Māori learner progress and achievement (including proficiency in te reo Māori) 
    • MGF Rubric 3.2: Māori learner attendance, retention and engagement 
    • MGF Rubric 3.3: Māori learners and whānau well informed and making good choices about education pathways and career options
  • Rubrics: Ka Hikitia longer-term strategic outcomes
    • MGF Rubric 4: Māori enjoying and achieving education success as Māori


Ministry of Education. (2021). Measurable Gains Framework. Retrieved from