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  •   Home > News > Maori

    The first gathering has been held, of a group set up to help overhaul the education system for Maori learners

    The first gathering has been held, of a group set up to help overhaul the education system for Maori learners


    Te Taumata Aronui was born in the vocational education restructuring, and will work with the Government on tertiary education policy.

    Education Minister Chris Hipkins says the Government has to do a better job, and this group is a big step forward in Maori having their voices heard.

    Mr Hipkins says in order to improve Maori educational achievement, they should be empowered to make their own decisions.

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