Goldsmith doubles down on Māori knowledge in education views
National MP Paul Goldsmith has doubled down on his views about including Māori knowledge in education, expressing concern about Kiwis kids keeping up with the world.
In a Facebook Live with National MP Christopher Luxon, Goldsmith said it was "quite right" to ensure there is reference to Māori knowledge in education, but he fears the Government is "taking about five steps too far".
He accused the Government of "trying to impose it on science and maths and a whole lot of other subjects, whereas I want our kids to keep up with the best and with the rest of the world; not what we call science, what the rest of the world call science".
Link to video and article: 'What the rest of the world call science': Goldsmith doubles down on Māori knowledge in education views (msn.com)