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Some members were skeptical about the plans to pay for proposed pay differentials for teachers in areas like special ed and Hawaiian language immersion.
Updated: The governor said he will include the salary differentials in his executive supplemental budget request to the Legislature.
Fairness for every school is at the heart of a new policy developed based on a task force’s recommendations.
A facilities manager was fined for using agency employees to do work on his home and another property.
The “Olelo Hawaii Initiative” is a partnership between DOE’s Office of Hawaiian Education and the University of Hawaii Community Colleges.
A policy shift several years ago that makes “exiting” out of an English language program more rigorous could hold some clues.
School officials and state board members got a deep look at statewide student performance, but some left wanting more.
Some Hawaii schools are working with community groups to make swim lessons more affordable and more widely available.
The results of the 2018-19 school climate survey by DOE were similar to the previous year’s results.
The results on the 2019 “Nation’s Report Card” showed little difference from the 2017 results.
Three of the state’s 15 complex area superintendents are leaving this school year. Many more school officials will soon be eligible to retire.
Education and business leaders recently came together to brainstorm how to fill companies’ needs with young people trained in Hawaii.