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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.
Christina Kishimoto suggested she’s leaning toward fields focused on policy and equity.
A volunteer project connected to the Movers & Shakas program led to paid internship opportunities for some public high school students.
The DOE has mandated that all schools be fully open in the fall, but many families want their kids to still attend classes remotely.
Keith Hayashi told reporters he believes communication is “important in building positive relationships and trust.”
The closure of one of Honolulu’s few alternative education programs comes as a setback after a challenging pandemic year for all students.