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Gov. David Ige’s remarks suggest he believes the statewide school administration, not the office delegated to bolster early learning programs, should be in charge.
While this feedback doesn’t affect the superintendent’s year-end performance rating, it’ll be followed closely by the Board of Education.
The students want a union, but UH argues that a union will not resolve issues like workplace harassment, low wages or unfair treatment.
The state Department of Health says a high percentage of schools haven’t reported the number of kindergarten students who’ve received vaccination waivers.
Hawaii’s system was meant to make school funding more equitable. But in places like Hana and Molokai, it’s meant cutting teachers and class offerings.
The Legislature approved creating a state version of the federal Title IX law, but its January 2020 implementation will be delayed.
A budding partnership between high schools and Kapiolani Community College represents another way to grow Hawaii’s health care workforce.
The goal of opening 300-plus pre-kindergarten classrooms could be reached more quickly if current school facilities are repurposed.
A House bill introduced this session aims to arm student journalists in Hawaii’s public high schools with greater First Amendment protections.
The proposal would reverse previously approved tuition increases.