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State Supreme Court invalidates Con Am proposal; HSTA continues fight to improve schools

State Supreme Court invalidates Con Am proposal; HSTA continues fight to improve schools

"We are disappointed with the Supreme Court ruling and extremely grateful to thousands of teachers, parents and public school supporters who worked so hard to campaign for the Con Am," said HSTA President Corey Rosenlee.

  Friday, October 19, 2018  /  Number of views (514)
Mark your calendar for Teacher Institute Day

Mark your calendar for Teacher Institute Day

Teacher Institute Day began in the 1960s as a day for teachers to meet and work on school-related issues.

  Friday, October 19, 2018  /  Number of views (2706)
Ige supports Con Am; Pledges to assure it will NOT raise cost of living

Ige supports Con Am; Pledges to assure it will NOT raise cost of living

Governor says he'll veto any proposal that would raise residents' property taxes or raise affordable rents

Gov. David Ige pledged during a debate Monday night on KHON2 that he would veto any proposal that raised property taxes for residents or increased rents on affordable properties, disproving the misleading scare tactics being spread by opponents of the constitutional amendment on the ballot in November.

  Tuesday, October 16, 2018  /  Number of views (595)
Coalition urges no vote on Con Con ballot question

Coalition urges no vote on Con Con ballot question

Preserve Our Hawaii, a diverse coalition of organizations representing the business community, labor unions and environmental groups, is taking a stand to urge residents to vote no on the General Election constitutional convention ballot question. 

  Thursday, October 11, 2018  /  Number of views (1309)
Parents, community volunteers and teachers canvass for school funding amendment

Parents, community volunteers and teachers canvass for school funding amendment

Grassroots work across the state combats negative campaign bankrolled by luxury developers, realtors

Volunteers such as public school parents, children’s advocates and teachers canvassed Honolulu neighborhoods while others on neighbor islands handed out campaign literature at fairs and markets Saturday, campaigning in favor of the constitutional amendment to better fund public schools.

  Saturday, October 06, 2018  /  Number of views (552)
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