What constitutes successful schooling for M ori students in the 21st century? Editor Paul Whitinui has reached across the disciplines for research insights, different voices and new models to address this critical and complex educational question. The book brings together academic contributions from the fields of m tauranga (education), m tauranga hinengaro (psychology), whakaako hauora (health), akoranga takakau- -ora (sport and leisure) and others. It aims to provide a critical, reflective and forward-thinking view of how schooling for M ori students can be improved. The subject matter is diverse, exploring topics such as the importance of te reo, M ori pedagogies, culturally relevant assessment, teacher education and creating a culture of care. Underpinning it all is a powerful call for recognition of Maori as culturally connected learners. The book is an important addition to scholarship on M ori education. It is for researchers, policy makers, school leaders, and M ori communities looking at positive, creative and dynamic ways of improving schooling for M ori students.