Principals and teachers back

Māori cultural training

Cultural capability is one of three priorities for teacher training this year, and the Ministry of Education is also rolling out Te Hurihanganui, a $48 million scheme billed as a game-changer for the way schools work.

Hastings Girls High School has been tackling systemic racism over the past four years and the school's principal, Catherine Bentley, said the work could be "absolutely confronting".

"People talk a lot about unconscious bias and things like that, but that can only happen once and then it's a conscious decision."

Link to article: Principals and teachers back Māori cultural training | 1 NEWS | TVNZ


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