Suevon Lee joined Honolulu Civil Beat as a reporter in June 2017.
She was previously based in Los Angeles, where she wrote for legal news wire Law360. She also served as editor-in-chief of former print culture magazine, KoreAm Journal.
She has also worked in New York, where she was a reporting intern for ProPublica and editor/reporter for an affiliate publication of the New York Law Journal. She has also spent time in Florida, covering courts for the Ocala Star-Banner.
Originally from the D.C. suburbs, Suevon graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in English. She holds a masters from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and a master of studies in law from Yale Law School.
The state education department said it would also partner with complex areas that don’t have the resources to offer virtual programs at this time.
Schools are implementing programs to foster “social and emotional well-being” in students as well as academic progress.
Some parents are hesitant to send their kids back to the classroom without a vaccine available for younger students.
A soft launch is to come in the next few weeks as Christina Kishimoto transitions out of her school leadership role.
The Windward Community College program’s success was largely due to Native Hawaiians eager for more connection with their homeland.
The new federal guidance urges schools to fully reopen by fall and suggests only unvaccinated students need to wear masks indoors.
I ke kaulana ʻana aʻe o nā polokalamu kaiapuni ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi, e mau ana naʻe ka pilikia o ka nele ʻana i moʻohaʻawina kūlike ʻole.
The governor could appoint interim members to the board until they’re confirmed by the state Senate.
A new arts pilot program at two Honolulu-area middle schools demonstrates how cultural programming can foster better ties.