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  •   Home > News > Maori

    Hopes a new NCEA subject will be a significant step towards equality for Maori knowledge

    Hopes a new NCEA subject will be a significant step towards equality for Maori knowledge


    The course in Maori performing arts, or Te Ao Haka, will be available for about 900 students at more than 30 schools - for all three NCEA levels.

    The performance-based art form is grounded in Maori culture, language and heritage.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

     Other Maori News
     23 Jul: Labour's Tamati Coffey says he'll be monitoring the investigation into a covid booklet which depicted the covid virus with mataora, or Maori faces
     21 Jul: A month's wait for a temporary bridge for 20 families stranded in Marlborough's Waihopai Valley, when the Maori Ford Bridge washed out in the weekend
     19 Jul: A claim the health system needs to do more to help Maori parents get their children vaccinated
     03 Jul: Maori All Blacks captain Ash Dixon is touting the mana commanded by veteran first-five Otere Black
     03 Jul: It's Norris brother number two making his debut this afternoon for the Maori All Blacks in their international against Samoa at Mount Smart Stadium
     01 Jul: The Maori rugby team, led by kapene Ash Dixon of Ngati Tahinga, has been named to play Manu Samoa on Saturday at Mt Smart Stadium
     27 Jun: Coach Clayton McMillan has his to-do list of work-ons at the ready for the Maori All Blacks, following their 35-10 victory over Manu Samoa in Wellington
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