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Ko te waka reo Māori, he waka eke noa (The learning experiences, motivations, and attitudes of non-Māori secondary school students learning te reo Māori.) - (531pi & Education Māori)

Posted on 16 September 2020

531 Pacific Breakfast talked to Will Flavell, Māori Education Manager at COMET Auckland about his thesis titled: Ko te waka reo Māori, he waka eke noa (The learning experiences, motivations, and attitudes of non-Māori secondary school students learning te reo Māori.)

Will says his studied found that Pasifika students gravitated towards learning te reo Māori over other languages offered at school. Take a listen to hear more.

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