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The state received a $600,000 grant to help recruit current and former service members for new careers in island classrooms.
The suit asks for a court-appointed special master to oversee the anti-harassment program in the Hawaii Department of Education.
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.
The state violated federal law by denying services to disabled students before they reached the age of 22.
The ongoing volcanic lava flow is raising many issues for students and their families.
Islander Scholars aren’t necessarily the highest academic achievers. They’re just good kids who define strong character.
Nearly a year into the job, Superintendent Christina Kishimoto received mainly top ratings in her year-end evaluation.
As enrollment expands, schools and community groups are trying new ways to close cultural and academic gaps.
The measure was weakened in conference committee, but supporters say it’s an important first step.