This issue of MAI Review focuses on education policy and practice for Pasifika communities in Aotearoa New Zealand in the 21st century. It includes 11 papers which provide critically informed, evidence-grounded insights into Pacific Education; and many of the writers are optimistic in offering potential solutions to long-identified issues. The authors in this collection include a number of educators who are well-established as critical researchers and practitioners in the area of Pacific Education. It also includes papers from emerging researchers, who are characterised by an original and rigorous research approach and a topic of interest and importance.

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