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As they consider the Department of Education’s budget request, some lawmakers say Kathryn Matayoshi should be retained.
There’s been a decline in pending cases of workers placed on paid leave, but a school board committee wants more progress.
With new rules looming, state-run facilities look to expedite the shelter-to-housing process.
The teachers union reaches an accord with the state Ethics Commission, which had previously moved to ban the practice.
A community group wants to see more local food in urban areas, including some that could be grown there.
A new top administrator for Hawaii’s public schools should be selected by June, according to the plan.
The document being prepared by a governor’s task force is expected to complement the Department of Education’s own strategic plan.