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Kua puta te whakatau i te peremia, i ā John Key, ka mau tonu i ā Hekia Parata te tūranga Minita i ngā take Mātauranga, ahakoa ngā hapa maha ō tērā tau.

Hei tā Key, he wahine whai pūkenga ā Parata, ā, kei te tino kaha tonu tonu whakapono ki ā ia.

Hei tā te mangai take mātauranga ō Ngā Kākāriki, ā Catherine Delahunty, e tika ana kia pamamae ngā tauira, ngā mātua me ngā kaiako i tēnei whakatau ā Key.

Hei tā Paul Galter ō te Riu Roa, ehara i te mea ko te tangata, arā, ko Parata te raru, engari, ko ngā kaupapa kē ā te Kāwanatanga, pērā i ngā kura hourua (charter schools) me ngā papa tatai (league tables).



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