This school year, returning educators received a pay increase in the form of a step movement, moving up on the salary schedule.
Join us on Saturday, Oct. 19, as we walk in the Honolulu Pride Parade, then come visit our booth at the festival in the Waikiki Shell!
We will send NEA’s “See Educators Run: A Manual of Running for Office” to any HSTA member or immediate relative who’s weighing whether to make a political run in 2020.
Richard Stange is an English language arts teacher at Mililani Middle School. In his own words, he describes his first-quarter experience and the inspiration behind his student book club.
As the first quarter of the 2019–20 school year comes to a close, we step back and acknowledge that our students are thriving, and many are on track to graduate with honors and scholarships.
Six public school teachers were recently honored by PBS Hawaii for exceptional digital media storytelling in the HIKI NO program.
Across the state this week, 335 educators, parents and students spoke out at a listening tour held by the Hawaii Department of Education about teacher compensation, while another 1,000 people answered an online survey that's still receiving feedback through Oct. 6.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association is designing a new T-shirt and we want our members to get involved! Eight members will win, and the grand prize winner will receive $500!
As a member of the Hawaii State Teachers Association, you have exclusive access to discounted pricing on tools for your classroom, courtesy of Office Depot and OfficeMax.
Member engagement involving critical, time-sensitive information sometimes requires HSTA to spread the word through means other than email, social media, or hard copy flyers.