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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.
A Waianae school, where 40 percent of students are chronically absent, is trying home visits and a partnership with family court to keep kids in class.
Patricia Morgan wants to boost Stevenson Middle School’s STEM program and “Innovative Invention Imaginarium.”
Hawaii lags much of the nation in spending on state-funded preschool. But it is taking new steps to expand access, including opening five new classrooms next year.
Christina Kishimoto plans on visiting all the islands in her first six months to talk with educators and students.
We’re expanding our coverage of education and schools in Hawaii, thanks to a grant from the Chamberlin Family Foundation.
Some people think the internet will ruin young minds, but it’s a tool that teachers must learn to use properly.