Let these schools keep their secrets – they are Maori and deserve special treatment

August 14, 2013

Alf is by no means surprised to learn that Maori-language schools are prominent among those refusing to hand over national standards data to the Government.

These are schools for the nation’s special people, and inevitably our special people want special treatment.

Hence they won’t want to comply with the rules that apply to schools frequented by the rest of the country.

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Relocation, relocation, relocation – one of two kura kaupapa schools has to be given its marching orders

March 22, 2013

Here’s hoping Hekia is all geared up to flit down to Christchurch and sort out two Maori immersion schools.

One of them must move.

But as Stuff tells us here, they are a stroppy twosome.

Stubborn, too.

Each of them seems determined to fight the Government’s decision.

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