Seventy teachers were honored in ceremonies on Oahu, Hawaii Island, Maui and Kauai; 63 of whom work in public schools.
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“Of all the initiatives upon which we’ve embarked, I believe this one will make the greatest difference in preparing our children for the future and in creating a 21st century workforce,” he said.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association is collaborating with lawmakers on a proposal that would explore how best to support public education in the state of Hawaii, using recommendations supported by top educational research.
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