Mere Berryman is Professor at the University of Waikato, Faculty of Education, New Zealand. Mere’s research focusses on collaborations with school communities and school reform aimed at promoting the success of marginalised students, in particular New Zealand’s Indigenous Maori students. Ongoing evidence of educational disparities for Maori and other marginalised students continues to make this work political and a priority.
Written by Mere Berryman
Many children and young people from across the world experience significant barriers to accessing the benefits that society offers through health, education and social services. This can impact negatively on their ability to function at school and in turn the wider community. For multiple reasons, these children and young people...Quality Education for the most Marginalised: The roles of Education Support Personnel, by Mere Berryman