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This system note focuses on New Zealand’s Learning and Change Network strategy, which was initiated
by a government budget appropriation in July 2011 to establish knowledge-sharing networks among
kura, schools and communities to think creatively about ways to address the equity challenge. A
learning and change network is defined as:

“A group of schools, kura1 and communities working together to grow capability to accelerate learner
achievement in a culturally intelligent way recognising the diversity of 21st century learning” (Ministry of
Education, 2012).