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  • 1 The ERO is an independent government department that reviews the performance of schools and early childhood services, and reports publicly on what it finds.
  • 2 Further expanded on in Chapter 2.
  • 3 An Article II Treaty right of pre-emption in the Crown which, to the British, meant Maori gave up the right directly negotiate land deals with settlers, the Crown thus creating a monopoly on the purchase of Maori land.

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