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Iwi will be able to get a better idea how their tamariki and rangatahi are doing in the education system through a new online tool.

Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis says Te Mataaho-a-Iwi, the Iwi Profiles Dashboard, was developed in partnership with iwi education leaders around the country.

It was launched on the Education Counts website today and provides iwi with updated data about Māori learners, along with learners who affiliate to their iwi, as soon as it becomes available.

Mr Davis says it will help iwi with their planning around te reo Māori, and skills and capability, as well as assist their relationships with schools and Kāhui Ako, tertiary education providers, local government and other iwi.

Previously the information was released as a once a year data drop.

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