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Superintendent Christina Kishimoto outlined some plans for federal stimulus money, including keeping salaries at current levels.
About 750 students still live on campus at the University of Hawaii Manoa. But most are being told to move out by May 16 even as the stay-at-home order makes it hard to find housing.
At least 100 private, licensed facilities have never closed since the pandemic, limiting care to children of essential workers.
Some schools are offering more financial aid to try and help families who are feeling the economic brunt of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hawaii schools superintendent outlined some plans for a post-pandemic school system in a letter to Hawaii’s congressional delegation Monday.
Educators see the coronavirus as an opportunity to rewrite the education playbook.