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With a pivotal Supreme Court case pending, firing up the devoted seems less important than convincing non-members to join.
Students talk about rail and Ewa Beach issues with three legislators who provided lessons in contrasting styles.
I wanted my Campbell High students to hear firsthand from their legislators, but only Matt LoPresti answered the call.
Some people think the internet will ruin young minds, but it’s a tool that teachers must learn to use properly.
Christina Kishimoto will have her work cut out for her when she becomes the state’s new superintendent of education Aug. 1.
At the end of every school year, teachers look around and see colleagues who won’t be coming back.
A 13.6 percent raise over four years is most welcome. Perhaps the union’s aggressive, out-in-the-open negotiations helped.
The current teacher contract negotiations invoke memories of 2001, the last time teachers went on strike.
The unprecedented move of releasing the union’s negotiating positions — and the state’s pay offer — brings a new level of transparency.
State Board of Education members moved too fast in approving a crucial plan for running public schools in the islands.