The schools walking

the Treaty talk

Māori educators are optimistic that a range of initiatives is converging to create lasting change in the school system.

They have told RNZ they believe a combination of teacher training and requirements that make te reo and tikanga compulsory for teachers and schools could have a powerful effect.

But they say a lot will depend on the willingness of teachers and principals to embrace the changes.
RNZ spoke with principals from four schools to find out how they are responding to the challenge.

Link to article: The schools walking the Treaty talk | RNZ News


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