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He taonga te reo: in praise of learning te reo Māori as a white kid
The Spinoff
My kaiako were learning themselves, building a revival of the language, and their goal above all others was for us tamariki to feel connected to the reo, and connected to te ao Māori. It was an amazing gift. I didn't realise it then, it was part of the ...
Bill English says Māori need to speak te reo, but what about the rest of us?

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Daily Mail

Learning a second language could help autistic children | Daily Mail ...
Daily Mail
Children on the spectrum often have a hard time 'switching gears'. But new research from McGill University, Montreal, shows being bilingual could increase their cognitive flexibility.
Being bilingual may help autistic children, says new study | The ...The Independent

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Save our endangered languages: It's time to look at how to preserve Alaska's 20 Native languages
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
The Doyon Foundation, the nonprofit arm of Doyon, Limited, is building out 280 courses of online language instruction for the nine languages spoken in the Doyon region, which encompasses Interior Alaska. The Doyon Foundation started this project in ...


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