Tuition at Hawaii private schools continues to climb
Second-grader a Doodle for Google finalist
Hawaii missed out on $200M in federal funding for school meal programs, report says
Four E. Hawaii students compete in National History Day event
‘We Are Never Caught Up’: Hawaii’s Aging Schools Need A Facelift … With about 20% of Hawaii’s public schools more than 100 years old, the DOE is struggling to meet a growing backlog of repairs.
The rickety outdoor stairs leading to the second floor of Hilo Intermediate School are loosely…
Alumnae return to elementary schools as principals
DOE to provide summer meals to keiki
Ann Mahi is named new head of teachers union
UH-Hilo students gain hands-on experience during reef expedition
Latest Mass Shooting Tests Hawaii Schools’ Sense Of Security … Hawaii has some of the strictest gun laws and lowest rates of gun violence in the nation. But is that enough?
The last day of school is supposed to be for games and other lighthearted activities….
(The Center Square) – The Hawaii State Department of Education is paying tens of millions…
Hopes high for Hawaii’s new school construction authority
Two Big Island teachers are Milken Education Award finalists
Hawaii public schools may need to prepare for shootings, says head of state board
Most private schools’ graduations limit attendance, mandate masks
Students walk out of Keaau High in protest
Keith Hayashi appointed permanent superintendent of Hawaii public schools
Growing the dream
Kealakehe High senior Kea E. Kahoilua-Clebsch named Presidential Scholar
How This After-School Program Is Trying To Bring Students Back… As after-school care providers prepare for the new school year, federal relief funds are helping them recruit more staff to boost capacity.
Marites Agag waited eight months to enroll her 6-year-old son into an after-school program. The…