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Ka Whānau mai te Reo: Supporting whānau reo Māori development during educational transitions

Nicola Bright, Debbie Broughton, and Jessica Hutchings

Over a period of 4 years (2012−15) the kaupapa Māori research project Ka Whānau mai te Reo focused on how whānau reo Māori development is, or could, be supported as whānau move into, within, and beyond the compulsory education sector. Transition practices that prioritise te reo Māori would be a positive step forward in schools’ support for reo Māori learners, but this has to happen in conjunction with prioritising te reo Māori in everyday practice.

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