Our Aka Kōrero / Touchpoint Survey
Our Touchpoint survey is sent out every year to all schools and kura in Aotearoa. It’s sent to both principals and IT leaders, and helps us to understand how schools are using technology and what challenges they are facing in the current climate.
Insights from the survey are shared with schools and our key stakeholders in our annual Aka Kōrero|Touchpoint snapshot. Each year we use these learnings to help shape and enhance how we best support schools to ensure we’re better meeting their needs.
Our latest survey looked at the thoughts and concerns of schools and kura across Aotearoa around three themes, and below are the key findings:
Digital inclusion – learning from home
of schools say that less than half
of their students have everything
they need to learn from home.
of schools are confident or
very confident they have sufficient
Schools currently spend most of their
technology budget on devices and
device programmes, IT providers and
Small schools tend to spend more on educational software than IT providers compared to larger schools.
Schools would like to spend more on devices, improve student‐to‐device ratios and replace ageing equipment