The Maori Party is looking for answers over the Government's funding plans for education.
It claims it wasn't properly informed about pre-Budget decisions, and the implications they'd have.
The Government has already had to revise its position this week, and promise schools they'll lose no more than two teaching positions over the next three years.
MP Te Ururoa Flavell says the party's co-leaders want a meeting with the Prime Minister to discuss what's happened.
"Our leadership is looking to have some discussions at the highest level with the Prime Minister with respect to the issue of class sizes and student to staff ratios."
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