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The two candidates from the mainland both emphasized educational equity and prioritizing teacher input.
Most people testifying at an education board meeting Tuesday questioned the process.
Christian Gutierrez pleaded no contest Thursday to five criminal counts, but 14 others were dropped.
The state has delayed the superintendent search amid worries that a former school board member might be getting favorable treatment.
The Department of Education has started to make a dent in Gov. David Ige’s promise to cool 1,000 classrooms — but at what cost?
Some lawmakers want the University of Hawaii to attract more out-of-state students who pay higher tuition as well as diversify the campuses.
A set of bills aim to make the state pay UH tuition for needy students.