AUTHOR: National Māori Tertiary Students' Association
This 2020 research explored the impacts of the COVID-19 lockdown on Māori students in four sub-sectors of the tertiary system:
- The Private Training Establishments survey was open from 22 July to 14 August 2020, with 764 responses to the survey.
- The Industry Training Organisations survey was open from 23 June to 17 July 2020, with 198 responses to the survey.
- The University survey was open from 22 July to 14 August 2020, with 351 responses .
- The Institutes of Technology & Polytechnics (ITP) survey received 60 responses.
This research covered the following areas of inquiry:
- Physical impacts of COVID-19 Lockdown
- Living arrangements
- Financial impacts
- Access to resources
- Physical health
- Social impacts of the COVID-19 lockdown
- Social connection
- Social engagement
- Mental and emotional impacts of the COVID-19 lockdown
- Emotional impacts
- Mental health
- Personal impacts of the lockdown
- Personal challenges
- Tikanga, wairuatanga, spirituality and religion