Matiu Julian – Tuia Te Ako 2021

Employability, Learner access and pathways, Māori learner success, Kaupapa Māori Foundation and Bridging Education
Published: 16 September 2021

Matiu Julian (Primary ITO) along with Marianne Farrell (Primary ITO) and and Tiara Ranginui (Tamaūpoko Community Trust) discusses the Tū Te Ngana Hau, their innovative project working with Māori communities to build sustainable futures through bespoke education programmes based on kaupapa Māori.

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