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All the state’s counties oppose the proposed constitutional amendment, arguing it would siphon dollars from their tax base.
ALEA Bridge hopes to break ground in November for a 12- to 16-unit transitional housing development in Wahiawa.
Union leaders say the four teachers seeking House seats are the highest number of teacher-candidates in recent years.
In an effort to address the state’s chronic teacher shortage, a new initiative offers scholarships and support to help long-term subs become licensed teachers.
Principal Jeff Vilardi is the latest in a series of staff departures at Kamalani Academy.
Pomaikai Elementary students report from inside their Maui school.
Founders of Pomaikai Elementary School believe their popular arts-focused learning program can serve as a model for other Hawaii schools.
Even if the proposed constitutional amendment passes in November, it won’t automatically guarantee new money for schools.
A lot of public school teachers have been lured to private schools by modern facilities and smaller classes. Here’s what some said about their experiences.
The action was taken in response to Civil Beat’s report on the lack of girls’ athletic locker rooms at several high schools.
The governor’s supplemental budget proposal is one small step toward addressing the university system’s maintenance backlog.
Hawaii schools have joined a growing educational movement that emphasizes “whole child” development, not just academics.