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ROTORUA, NEW ZEALAND -- FEBRUARY 12: Kids play during recess at Te Wharekura o Ngati Rongomai, a publicly funded Maori school designated to students who have genealogical connections to this specific Marae and tribal land. The classes are primarily taught in the Maori language and many of the students came from mainstream schools and have therefore had to learn their native language to attend. One girl said, "The thing I like about this school is no one ever gets bullied because it's only Whanua (family). I feel safe here." -- Photo By Amy Toensing _________________________________

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ROTORUA, NEW ZEALAND -- FEBRUARY 12: Kids play during recess at Te Wharekura o Ngati Rongomai, a publicly funded Maori school designated to students who have genealogical connections to this specific Marae and tribal land. The classes are primarily taught in the Maori language and many of the students came from mainstream schools and have therefore had to learn their native language to attend. One girl said, "The thing I like about this school is no one ever gets bullied because it's only Whanua (family). I feel safe here." -- Photo By Amy Toensing _________________________________<br />
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