On Monday, July 20, at 3 p.m., Deputy Executive Director Andrea Eshelman will provide an overview of various leave options and information on ADA requests, all within the framework of COVID-19 and its impact on teachers' work environment.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association is working hard to ensure that our members' health and safety remain a priority, our contract and employment rights are preserved, and information is being communicated in an accurate and timely manner.
This page contains updates issued by the Hawaii State Department of Education related to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Starting in school year 2020–21, the Hawaii Department of Education will require teachers who provide direct instruction to students to obtain their six Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) credits within three years.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association is proud to offer Office Hours, a series of online seminars designed to educate and inform our new educators on a variety of topics.
We are pleased to report that the Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) and Schools Superintendent Christina Kishimoto have reached a resolution on distancing of students in classrooms and face-covering requirements.
Sign-waving for candidates recommended by the Hawaii State Teachers Association is starting and we need your help! Please join us and show your support while staying safe.
Are you thinking about your retirement? Do you have questions about how it works and, more importantly, will you have enough money to retire?
After a record number of educators and parents expressed concerns about unsafe social distancing protocols that violate a school reopening agreement between the state and Hawaii State Teachers Association, the Hawaii State Board of Education Thursday night voted to defer approval of the deal.
Teachers and students can showcase and highlight student work, mentor and engage with students and the community, and create a comprehensive knowledge base and project exhibition space for their learning community.