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Students report better health and grades since Kaimuki High School switched its opening bell from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Future Superintendent Christina Kishimoto talks about educational equity and implementing the state’s new strategic plan.
The two candidates from the mainland both emphasized educational equity and prioritizing teacher input.
Hawaii’s elitist class and a counterculture response can get complicated, especially for the news media.
The Board of Education says grant money to help pay for the search is also back on track after Darrel Galera backed out.
The Na Hopena A’o program encourages new approaches to helping students appreciate the “Hawaiian perspective.”
The Department of Education has started to make a dent in Gov. David Ige’s promise to cool 1,000 classrooms — but at what cost?
A new report reveals that hiring practices for some employees have gotten worse, not better, in the past four years.
Jill Tokuda complains that State Public Charter School Commission is the only state agency to hold its funds in private accounts.
Its emphasis on empowering students, professional development and innovation seems to align with the governor’s task force plan.