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  1. Video for Children eager for Māori cultural knowledge
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    Children eager for Māori cultural knowledge

    The Gardens Primary School in Manurewa is a decile 10 school, drawing students primarily from within area, and from all ethnic backgrounds.

  2. Video for Native Affairs – The In Zone – Part 2
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    Native Affairs – The In Zone – Part 2

    We now know the "In Zone project" is designed to get "Out of Zone" boys into Auckland Grammar.

  3. Video for Native Affairs – The In Zone – Part 1
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    Native Affairs – The In Zone – Part 1

    Iif you're Maori, and attend Auckland Grammar you're 3 times more likely to achieve NCEA level 3,

  4. Video for Students set for new eLearning programme
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    Students set for new eLearning programme

    Students and their families at TKKM o Puau Te Moana nui ā Kiwa are set to embrace the digital era as a new eLearning programme is rolled out in the school.

  5. Video for O'Carroll receives Fullbright-Harkness NZ Fellowship Award
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    O'Carroll receives Fullbright-Harkness NZ Fellowship Award

    Dee O'Carroll is following in the footsteps of Kara Puketapu and Whaimutu Dewes, recently receiving the Fullbright-Harkness New Zealand Fellowship Award.

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    Lack of male Māori teachers raises concern

    The Head of Māori Studies at Rutherford College, Wiremu Flavell, says there is a distinct lack of male Māori teachers.

  7. Video for Kohanga Reo collective threaten to pull support for National Body
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    Kohanga Reo collective threaten to pull support for National Body

    A collective of kōhanga reo in the Mataatua region which includes Tauranga have stated they will withdraw their support from the National Kōhanga Reo Trust if their issues are not addressed.

  8. Video for Teaching te reo by utilising a model used in schools for Chinese
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    Teaching te reo by utilising a model used in schools for Chinese

    Māori language advocates support the use of a Chinese model in schools to teach te reo.

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    Could Queen Vic be re-opened by 2016?

    Queen Victoria Māori Girls' School could once again be bustling with students in three years' time.

  10. Video for Why are Māori students still failing?
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    Why are Māori students still failing?

    Pacific Islanders have enjoyed a 3% rise in National Standards achievement, while Māori have only improved by about 1%. The question is, why are Māori still failing?

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