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    TAHUA 2018: What is in the budget for Māori education?

    The budget released today showed a focus on te reo Māori and its development in schools but according to Maahia Nathan, the principal of Te Wharekura o Manurewa there are a lot more things on the wish-list for Māori schools

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    TAHUA 2018: Labour shells out for Māori students

    This year’s budget includes a raft of initiatives to support Māori students and deliver te reo education in schools.

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    TAHUA 2018: Will Govt deliver for Māori Education?

    A wide range of areas within the Education sector are hoping get a decent bag of "lollies" from the Govt's budget announcement later today.  

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    Māori uni students' mixed feelings about govt spending

    Māori university students have mixed feelings about where the government has decided to spend some of its funding, following the significant difference in funding allocated to overseas aid and homelessness in Aotearoa.

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    Budget boost of $21.5mil for tamariki with extra learning needs

    Nearly 8,000 children with extra earning needs are expected to benefit from $21.5mil in extra funding before they start school.

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    Māori students want better mental health support at uni

    Staff say tauira who are feeling under pressure need more mental health and well-being to help them build resilience.

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    Māori students' wishlist on Budget Day

    Rereātea interviewed students from AUT University to ask about changes they want to see in next week's budget announcement.

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    College to teach te reo Māori for the first time in 99 years

    It's taken almost a century but Queen Margaret College in Wellington will be teaching te reo Māori for the first time, starting this month.

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    Govt responds to unconscious bias against Māori students

    The Education Minister Chris Hipkins says the government is looking to lift the achievement of Maori students through creating culturally safe learning environments. 

  10. Video for Te Kāpehu Whetū ranked top 2 in Northland
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    Te Kāpehu Whetū ranked top 2 in Northland

    The latest University Entrance results as published by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority show a Northland charter school, with a 100% Māori roll, ranks in the top two in the region.

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