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Last updated 06 December 2012 11:56 by NZTecAdmin

View comments from Pushpa Wood, Senior Education Advisor at the Retirement Commission, taken at the Literacy Forum in Wellington, May 2011.

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Pushpa proposes that by collaborating and capitalising on what we already have, we can work smarter and make a difference.

Transcript

Two things it will matter. One is collaboration and sharing and two, is actually capitalising on what we already have. If we can do those two things I think we can work smarter and I think we can make a difference, we’ve done it before and we continue to do so. We are innovative by nature as working at literacy and numeracy field you have to be innovative. And I come from a background from India where I had nothing, where here when I 1st arrived here in 1980 I was so envious of the resources you guys have. So I come from that background where you can do things even with nothing.

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