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  1. Video for Hawai'ian schools look to KKM for growth
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    Hawai'ian schools look to KKM for growth

    A group of students and teachers from Hawai'i have travelled to NZ to visit a number of schools and look at ways to improve their education system back home.  Ke Kula O Ehunuikaimalino of Kona is focused on a curriculum created from an indigenous perspective. 

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    Kura Kaupapa disappointed at lack of budget funds

    Kura Kaupapa Māori representatives welcome Government's $1.5 million investment in Te Rūnanganui o Ngā Kura Kaupapa, but say it falls short in terms of Māori immersion students, teachers and communities. Spokesperson Rawiri Wright says they hoped to see more support.

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    Govt plans for million people to speak te reo by 2040

    The government says it is committed to ensuring that basic te reo is spoken by a million people in Aotearoa by 2040. At least $20mil has been allocated in the budget to achieve that.

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    Māori-medium resources the way of the future

    Well-known translator, Hēmi Kelly (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Tahu, Ngāti Whāoa) has turned his sights to the next generation of Māori speakers by helping to translate a mathematics resource for use in total immersion and Māori-medium schools.

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    Integrating te reo Māori into the education sector

    The government has announced today that they have begun delivering on a plan to integrate te reo Māori across the education system with the launch of Te Ahu o te Reo Māori.  Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis says Te Ahu o te Reo Māori is designed to improve all levels of Māori language ability across the education workforce.

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    Renowned Māori linguist shares knowledge at international conference

    Recently Dr Hinurewa Poutu had the opportunity to share her research on an international stage when she visited a prestigious indigenous conference called ‘He Au Honua’. 

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    Project Pepeha sees non-Māori participating in Māori customs

    A group of people from the Chinese and Samoan community in South Auckland have taken part in a diverse initiative called Project Pepeha. This initiative was designed to get more non-Māori involved in Māori culture and coincides with the Auckland Arts Festival. 

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    2019: International Year of Indigenous Languages

    The United Nations has named 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages to preserve, revitalise and promote the world's languages.  Māori language expert Tawhirimatea Williams says preservation of any language starts in the home.

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    Connecting Māori musicians with funding

    A group of Māori musicians have raised concerns about the amount of funding directed towards Māori music across all platforms.  This comes as Māori composers, singers and songwriters alike brainstorm initiatives to optimise the medium of music to revitalise te reo Māori.

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    Whatarangi Winiata receives reo Lifetime Achievement Award

    Ngāti Raukawa descendant and veteran scholar Professor Whatarangi Winiata has been honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at this years National Māori Language Awards, for his contribution in the revitalisation of te reo over 50 years.

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