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  •   Home > News > Education

    Ensuring a better schooling experience for one of our largest ethnic minority groups

    Ensuring a better schooling experience for one of our largest ethnic minority groups


    Around 300 Pasifika education leaders are gathering in Christchurch today for a national Fono - or meeting.

    They'll look at how the system can be more responsive to Pasifika learners.

    Primary teachers union spokesperson Caroline Mareko says it's about ensuring a better future for both children and educators.

    She hopes participants will learn more about themselves - and where they are placed to be in front of children.

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