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  1. Video for PhD research brings to life the words of seven wāhine poets
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    PhD research brings to life the words of seven wāhine poets

    Jim Peters and Robin Peters celebrate her graduation

  2. Video for Tech bootcamp to inspire rangatahi into science pathways
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    Tech bootcamp to inspire rangatahi into science pathways

    Nine year-12 and year-13 students, from Tauhara, north of Taupō, have been lucky enough to attend a tech bootcamp at Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington.

  3. Video for Promising student takes on security teaching role
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    Promising student takes on security teaching role

    Daumavia Herewini had always planned on becoming a police officer or a professional rugby league player, but after learning ab

  4. Video for 'Safe space' new Māori medium unit to open at Nelson College
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    'Safe space' new Māori medium unit to open at Nelson College

    A dream finally coming true is how one māmā describes the decision to have Māori medium available at both Nelson College and Nelson College for Girls.

  5. Video for 'I will never agree to a Māori education authority' - Minister Davis
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    'I will never agree to a Māori education authority'- Minister Davis

    Educationalist Dr Cathy Dewes has renewed calls for an entity similar to that of the Māori Health Authority for education.

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    Aotearoa history curriculum delayed until 2023

    The Covid-19 pandemic has been blamed for the delay of the New Zealand history curriculum being taught in schools, with Education Minister Chris Hipkins saying the added workload on teachers alread

  7. Video for 'Worrying' drop in students sitting NCEA exams
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    'Worrying' drop in students sitting NCEA exams

    The number of students who sat NCEA last year compared to the year before has taken a deep dive, worrying leading Māori educationalist Rawiri Wright.

  8. Video for Sir Toby Curtis: ‘Pākeha schools are hopeless and cannot educate our kids’
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    Sir Toby Curtis: ‘Pākeha schools are hopeless and cannot educate our kids’

    Sir Toby Curtis’ devotion to education has taken him from being a primary school teacher to a principal to a vice-chancellor and now a knight.

  9. Video for ‘We were called the Nazis of te reo Māori' -  Sir Pou Temara pays a price for excellence
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    ‘We were called the Nazis of te reo Māori'-  Sir Pou Temara pays a price for excellence

    For more than 40 years Sir Pou Temara has worked to nurture te reo Māori and, even though his quest attracted harsh criticism, he has no apologies for striving for excellence.

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