The Hawaii State Teachers Association is looking for an active member to serve on the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC).
This page contains updates issued by the Hawaii State Department of Education related to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Thanks to a generous donation from Nareit Hawaii, the Hawaii HomeOwnership Center is proud to launch a program aimed at supporting Hawaii State Teachers Association members. HHOC will also provide self-help tools and individual coaching to any interested HSTA member.
The content-rich and customizable field trips are open to all ages, grades K-12, and include live, guided tours of the Hawaiian Mission Houses, historical theater performances, an interactive Q&A for students, and the option of tours in ‘ōlelo Hawaiʻi and English.
Aupuni Palapala embraces a flexible learning mindset and provides opportunities for classroom teachers to share their expertise and engage in broader learning communities with peers on content knowledge, skills and dispositions focused in the areas of Hawaiian language, culture, and history in education.
Hawaii State Teachers Association President Corey Rosenlee, reacting to the numbers disclosed Tuesday, said, “With a simple incentive, we have been able to nearly solve this decades-long problem that cost our state more than $1 billion in lawsuits.”
Offered in partnership with Rakuten, one of the nation’s leading e-commerce shopping platforms, the program enables members to earn cash back when they shop and save on brand-name merchandise from more than 2,500 top retailers and online stores.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association is offering a virtual NEA Professional Learning Community to support members completing the English language learner (ELL) micro-credential stack.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association recognizes that the coronavirus pandemic has created serious, complicated, and immediate challenges for educators, students and their families, and we are committed to finding a solid, sensible solution.
Starting in school year 2020–21, the Hawaii State 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 or equivalency within three years.