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Māori group appointed to advise on tertiary education reforms

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Eight-member group includes Māori working in the media, financial services, education and renewable energy

New Zealand’s education minister Chris Hipkins has announced the members of a Māori education reform group that will work with the government on tertiary education policies.

The eight-member group, Te Taumata Aronui, includes education specialists, student advocates and business leaders. It will advise the government on how NZ tertiary education can be more inclusive in its response to the needs of Māori students and communities.

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