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The Pacific Voices Summary Report is a summary of the online survey from Pacific people that highlights what’s important to them in building a more robust education system, and is part of the Education Conversation | Kōrero Mātauranga.

Of the 16,466 people who responded to the online survey, 872 (or 5 per cent) identified as being from Pacific communities. We commissioned Global Research to analyse these responses for us and this is our summary of their findings.

A summary report of what Pacific communities told us through the Kōrero Mātauranga survey is available in English, Samoan, Tongan, Cook Island Māori, Niuean and Tokelauan.

Voices of Pacific Communities Summary in English [300KB]

Voices of Pacific Communities Summary in Samoan [150KB]

Voices of Pacific Communities Summary in Tongan [162KB]

Voices of Pacific Communities Summary in Cook Island Maori [156KB]

Voices of Pacific Communities Summary in Niuean [151KB]

Voices of Pacific Communities Summary in Tokelauan [157KB]