Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    CORE Education
    Māori success in our education system
    3 October
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    In this spotlight session, Wharehoka will discuss collaboration within iwi and kura/school settings, and his on the ground experiences with Kāhui Ako and challenges us with this patai;

    Are ‘schools’ culturally safe places? Are we talking past each other around expectations and what Māori success looks like? What changes do we all need to make?

    Are you on a personal journey to empower Māori learners at your school? What good news stories are happening at your place? To join in this conversation, simply join edSpace, and the uLearn discussion group to post in this discussion below.

    Whare Wano

    Meet Wharehoka

    Wharehoka Wano (Taranaki, Te Atiawa and Ngati Awa whakapapa) is Tumuwhakarito of Te Kāhui o Taranaki Trust (iwi's post settlement governance entity). He has more than 20 years experience working in the education sector, and is known for his leadership in the promotion of te reo Māori in the community.

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