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The 2018-19 School Climate Survey from the Hawaii Department of Education shows a wide discrepancy in student safety responses among public high schools.
Landed is expanding in Hawaii to include employees in higher ed.
Several Hawaiian immersion schools are seeing a spike in interest this year from parents energized by opposition to construction of a telescope on Mauna Kea.
The college has seen a 25% decline in enrollment over the last decade and plans to eliminate 329 student employee positions in the coming year.
Release of the data comes amid efforts to correct what the DOE says was erroneous counts of students suspensions in the 2015-16 school year.
The 49-page decision from the Hawaii Supreme Court hinges on amendments made to the state Constitution in 1978 to revive Hawaiian language and culture.
Hawaii still needs assistance in implementing provisions of a federal law designed to improve services for special education students.
The Education Institute of Hawaii claims the state department is violating Hawaii’s open records laws by refusing to turn over most of the requested financial records.
DOE data shows the popularity of “geographic exceptions” that let students transfer out of their local schools is surging.
With the DOE’s current plan due to sunset in 2020, it’s clear many academic success “targets,” such as reducing student absenteeism and increasing teacher retention, won’t be met.