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Nathan Eagle

Little Hana Makes Big Case for School Funding Review and Reform

Little Hana Makes Big Case for School Funding Review and Reform

Hawaii's per-pupil funding formula weighs heavy on some schools.
Three Hana High Seniors Win Prestigious Gates Scholarships

Three Hana High Seniors Win Prestigious Gates Scholarships

Little Maui town makes big news (again) with three more Gates Millennium Scholars.
Taken For A Ride: Hawaii School Bus Cuts Imminent

Taken For A Ride: Hawaii School Bus Cuts Imminent

Public mum as Department of Education preps for $22 million cut to student transportation.
Hawaii Ed Board Embraces ‘Opportunity’ to Pass Teacher Evaluations

Hawaii Ed Board Embraces ‘Opportunity’ to Pass Teacher Evaluations

Policies pass with governor's support and after Legislature refuses.
Dalai Lama’s ‘Rad’ Visit to Kailua High School

Dalai Lama’s ‘Rad’ Visit to Kailua High School

More than 1,000 students and teachers hear message of peace and compassion.
Philosophy for Children: Promoting Peace in the Classroom

Philosophy for Children: Promoting Peace in the Classroom

Kailua High School program linked to Dalai Lama's visit.
32 Years After First Visit, ‘A Simple Monk’ Returns

32 Years After First Visit, ‘A Simple Monk’ Returns

Dalai Lama visiting Hawaii to help launch new peace initiative.
House Kills Teacher Eval Bill, But Ed Board Policy Survives

House Kills Teacher Eval Bill, But Ed Board Policy Survives

Union celebrates defeat of measure that would have established Hawaii teacher evaluation system.
Who Should Lead Hawaii’s Teachers Union?

Who Should Lead Hawaii’s Teachers Union?

Two candidates vying to be HSTA president. Ballots go out today.
‘Hawaii Represent’ Spoof Spurs GSA Scandal

‘Hawaii Represent’ Spoof Spurs GSA Scandal

Video called a "complete lack of judgment" as federal agency still reeling.
Timing Is Everything: Hawaii Teacher Contract Talks Resume

Timing Is Everything: Hawaii Teacher Contract Talks Resume

HSTA, state return to bargaining table after mini-hiatus.
Taken For A Ride: Will School Bus Cuts Lead to Higher Drop-Out Rates? Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat

Taken For A Ride: Will School Bus Cuts Lead to Higher Drop-Out Rates?

$22 million shortfall would mean significant cuts in bus services.