HSTA hosted faculty representatives from around the state on Oahu for two days of training.
Teachers receive a 3.5% pay hike this fall.
HSTA's members explain what they appreciate about their union.
As the Aug. 11 primary election draws near, the political candidates who've earned HSTA endorsements need your grassroots help. See where and when you can volunteer. Mahalo.
Since the beginning of the Kilauea eruptions in the east rift zone in early May and throughout the summer, the HSTA has continually consulted with the state-level DOE officials to make sure the needs and concerns of our teachers are met.
Find links to register to vote, request a mail-in absentee ballot, find your polling place, see a sample ballot and more.
If you teach in certain subject areas, you could have your college loans deferred or canceled altogether. HSTA and NEA sponsor college loan forgiveness workshops this fall.
More than 80 elected teacher, student and retiree delegates you elected across Hawaii gathered in the Midwest this summer to help set policy and chart the direction of the National Education Association.
Please register to vote for the Aug. 11 primary election and vote for these candidates who have supported public education.
The HSTA has publicized the GoFundMe efforts for Hawaii Island teachers whose homes have either been destroyed or surrounded by the lava.