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Learning journeys on Manihiki Lagoon

Monday 11 December 2017 | Published in Local

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Learning journeys on Manihiki Lagoon
At Tauhunu School Jetty: Strickland Upu and Ngatamaine Pupuke (standing) with other students seated under the canopy of the boat which has carried them on the lagoon crossing from Tauhunu to Tukao. 17120601

For the last four years, I have been living on the beautiful atoll of Manihiki, in the northern islands of the Cook Islands. As school principal of Ruamanu School, I have also been observing the community’s increasing use of new technologies to access university studies.

For the last four years, I have been living on the beautiful atoll of Manihiki, in the northern islands of the Cook Islands. As school principal of Ruamanu School, I have also been observing the community’s increasing use of new technologies to access university studies.


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