What Labour and Greens want to abolish

Stuff reports:

Maori and Pasifika students at one of the nation’s first partnership schools have been congratulated on provisional NCEA results.

Maori students at achieved roll-based pass rates of 92.3 per cent at level 1, 90.5 per cent at level 2, and 100 per cent at level 3.

Pasifika students achieve 85.7 per cent, 100 per cent and 100 per cent respectively.

These are terrible results that undermine other schools. Damn the students – such a successful school must be closed down.

Student numbers have risen from 104 to 180 students, since the school was established, in 2014, to the start of 2017.

Even worse, more and more students are attending. Heresy.

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