Billy Fields teaches us the importance of pōhaku in Hawaiian culture.
As the organization’s first executive director, Mahina and her core leadership team transitioned the organization from a volunteer group…
Waiʻaleʻale Sarsona is a native Hawaiian woman born and raised in Waimānalo. She is a Hawaiian Immersion Charter School…
Puakea Nogelmeier is a Professor of Hawaiian language at the University of Hawaiʻi, Mānoa, where he has taught for…
The purpose of the DOE’s Hawaii Standard Assessments is to meet or exceed standards of the No Child Left…
Hawaiʻi State Department of Education continues to battle a 10 year long challenge to translate the Hawaiian State Assessment…
Initiated by members of the community in reaction to the increasing violence in the schools, the Peace Education Program…
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