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Image by: Anthony Fleury 

From Inception to Infinity

From: WNJR
Series: WNJR in New Zealand 2011
Length: 02:32

The struggles Maori students face in school and how Massey University helps these students reach their full potential. Read the full description.

Wjnz_small The struggles Maori students face in school and how Massey University helps these students reach their full potential.

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