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    Kōhanga Reo didn't pay me for a term, kaiako says

    Some kaiako who study Tohu Whakapakari believe it will guarantee a pay increase but it won't.

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    New programme encourages Māori and Pasifika graduates into public service

    Māori are underrepresented in graduate roles in the public service and a programme to combat this and help Māori graduates kick-start their careers has opened for applications.

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    Māori Battalion learning resource for tamariki and whānau available online

    The material includes student learning, teacher notes and photo resources which can be accessed and downloaded from online.

  4. Video for From a student to teacher: ‘It's a different world.’
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    From a student to teacher: ‘It's a different world.’

    Finlayson Park School hold a mokopuna day

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    Mau-rākau stops school dropouts

    Maori weaponry Mauri Toa is a school initiative 

  6. Video for Trade training in Te Reo Māori launched in Waikato
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    Trade training in Te Reo Māori launched in Waikato

    'Māku anō e hanga tōku nei whare' - Tūkāroto Matutaera Pōtatau Te Wherowhero Tāwhiao, Kīngi Māori Tuarua.

  7. Video for Government commits $20m to upgrade Māori boarding schools
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    Government commits $20m to upgrade Māori boarding schools

    A budget announcement of $20 million for Māori boarding schools.

  8. Video for Greens call for Matariki to be part of school curriculum
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    Greens call for Matariki to be part of school curriculum

    This push comes at the start of the Matariki season, the final year before it is to become a public holiday on June 24, 2022

  9. Video for First school in New Zealand to follow Māori calendar
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    First school in New Zealand to follow Māori calendar

    Tukiterangi and Renata Curtis co-principals of the school in Rotorua say they were thrilled to learn they can go ahead. 

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