Story: Māori education – mātauranga

Mahitaone kōhanga reo

Mahitaone kōhanga reo

Kaiako (teachers) and tamariki (children) pose for a class photo for Mahitaone (Masterton) Kōhanga Reo in 1984. The philosophy of kōhanga reo (preschool language nests) was whānau involvement and a total te reo (Māori language) immersion environment.

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Ross Calman, 'Māori education – mātauranga - Kaupapa Māori education', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 14 July 2024)

Story by Ross Calman, published 20 Jun 2012