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Whakamānutanga a ngā Minita i te Marautanga

15 Whiringa-ā-rangi, 2007 Pānui Pāho
Whakamānutanga a ngā Minita i te Marautanga kaupapa-Māori hukihuki

I te rangi nei i whakamānutia te marautanga hukihuki mō ngā kura kaupapa Māori e te Minita mō ngā Take Māori, te Minita Tuarua mō te Mātauranga, a Parekura Horomia,. me te Minita mō te Mātauranga, a Chris Carter.

“He marautanga ārahi-o te ao te Marautanga, ehara noaiho i te whakamāoritanga o te Marautanga o Aotearoa mō ngā kura kaupapa pākehā, i mea hanga i raro i ngā tikanga tangata whenua pūmau”, e kī ana a Horomia.

“ Kua takoto e Te Marautanga te huarahi mō te whakaako me te ako mō ngā tauira, e 17500, kei ngā kura kaupapa Māori tuatahi, tuarua, e 350,o Aotearoa; ngā kura e whakamahia ana i te reo Māori mō ngā whakawhitinga kōrero katoa, tāpiri atu ki ngā mahi whakaako”.

Me te kī a Chris Carter, he pukapuka hoa ngātahi Te Marautanga ki te Marautanga o Aotearoa (New Zealand Curriculum), tērā i whakamānutia e te Pirimia i te tīmatanga o tēnei marama.

“E arotahi ana ngā marautanga e rua nei ki te take whakahirahira mō ngā tauira ki te whai mātauranga i raro i ngā ahuatanga tikanga, engari me tāpiri atu ngā wāriu, ngā pukenga, me ngā tohungatanga hei äwhina i ngā tauira mō te rau tau 21,” I kī a Carter.

“ Ka whai Te Marautanga ki te whakanui ake i ngā whakatutukitanga Māori ki ngā wāhanga katoa a te pūnaha akoranga mātauranga, pūmau ake ki te pānui pukapuka, ki te tuhituhi me te pāngarau; ki te whakamaha ake i ngā tauira reo rua, reo maha, ki Aotearoa, me te whakapakari ake i te kaupapa mātauranga Māori.”

Me te whakamanawa a Minita Horomia me Minita Carter, i ngā kaiwhakaako kia ārahi i ngā whakawhitinga kōrero i a rātou hapori mō Te Marautanga.

“He mea whakahirahira ngā whakaaro whakautu ki a mātou, kia pūmau ko ngā hiahia me ngā wawata a te Māori ka whakaatatia ki roto i Te Marautanga, ā, ka takoto hāngai atu ki te rautaki mātauranga Māori, a Ka Hikitia,” e kī ana a Horomia.

Kua tīmata ngā whakawhitinga kōrero mō te pukapuka hukihuki, ka haere tonu atu ki te 22 o Paenga-whā-whā 2008. Ka tū ngā raupapa hui ā-rohe kia whakahokia mai ngā whakaaro.


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