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2014 published article about Māori students success: Te Arawa case study

Ka Awatea: an iwi case study of Māori students' success, by Angus H. Macfarlane, Melinda Webber, Candy Cookson-Cox, and Hiria McRae.

Te Rū Rangahau, Māori Research Laboratory, University of Canterbury 2014, 199 p. Commissioned by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga.

Looks at how Māori educational success is perceived from a Te Arawa perspective. Describes ways in which the traits of successful students are aligned to Te Arawa distinctiveness. Talks about ways whānau, teachers, and the wider Te Arawa community foster conditions that enable the characteristics of student success to manifest. Discusses the Ka Awatea research project.