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Māori learner success in tertiary education | Highlights from Ako Aotearoa supported research projects

Māori learner success, Supporting staff, Teaching strategies, Research Methodologies, Strategic Leadership and Change, Cultural Capability
Published: 10 October 2017

This report presents highlights and key findings from Ako Aotearoa funded projects that focused on supporting and developing Māori learner success; practitioner development in tertiary education; and institutional support for learners to engage with Te Ao Māori in learning environments that are culturally inclusive and meaningful.

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