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NEA conducts survey via email regarding coronavirus

NEA conducts survey via email regarding coronavirus

This is a legitimate survey to assess your needs from your association

The NEA Center for Communications is conducting a national survey of members this week regarding coronavirus. The goal is to understand the challenges members are facing and to understand what they need from their association in these difficult times.

  Tuesday, March 31, 2020  /  Number of views (211)
VIDEO: HSTA livestreams coronavirus briefing on March 29

VIDEO: HSTA livestreams coronavirus briefing on March 29

HSTA leaders discussed the latest developments and answered your questions

On Sunday, March 29, Hawaii State Teachers Association leaders discussed the latest developments regarding the Hawaii State Department of Education's response to coronavirus (COVID-19) and answered members' questions. 

  Sunday, March 29, 2020  /  Number of views (283)
Member Matters: Our latest COVID-19 updates from grades to graduation

Member Matters: Our latest COVID-19 updates from grades to graduation

Information on recent developments was sent to members in an e-newsletter Friday

As your first week of remote work comes to a close, we want to share the latest developments regarding school closures—many of which were released within the past several hours by the Hawaii State Department of Education.

  Sunday, March 29, 2020  /  Number of views (129)
3rd-quarter grades due April 1 for most schools, April 6 for multi-track schools

3rd-quarter grades due April 1 for most schools, April 6 for multi-track schools

Bargaining Unit 05 employees will not be required to physically go to campus

The Hawaii State Teachers Association reached an agreement with Hawaii State Department of Education Superintendent Christina Kishimoto on Wednesday, March 25, to modify the due date for teachers to submit third-quarter grades.

  Sunday, March 29, 2020  /  Number of views (127)
Are you on track to retire? Free seminars will help you check

Are you on track to retire? Free seminars will help you check

Sessions open for HSTA members within five to 10 years of retirement

NEA Retirement Specialists offer free seminars to help HSTA members who are within five to 10 years of retirement.

  Friday, March 27, 2020  /  Number of views (4516)
HSTA’s open letter to the Hawaiʻi public school community

HSTA’s open letter to the Hawaiʻi public school community

Hawaiʻi’s educators are committed to supporting our local communities

We know our public schools serve as not only hubs of learning, but as safe spaces that provide much-needed stability for our keiki. The recent coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has fractured this stability, and we are working hard to pick up the pieces.

  Wednesday, March 25, 2020  /  Number of views (4946)
Educators, students won’t return to classrooms until at least April 30

Educators, students won’t return to classrooms until at least April 30

Traditional, in-school instruction is on hold until schools reopen

HSTA is relieved and grateful that the HIDOE is following state and federal guidelines and county-directed stay-at-home, work-at-home orders.

  Tuesday, March 24, 2020  /  Number of views (70)
HSTA clarifies superintendent’s latest statements on COVID-19 response

HSTA clarifies superintendent’s latest statements on COVID-19 response

We respond to questions related to our members and public schools

Statements by Hawaii State Department of Education Superintendent Christina Kishimoto triggered a number of questions related to our members and public schools. Here are a couple of FAQs to clarify a few of those issues.

  Monday, March 23, 2020  /  Number of views (61)
County mayors issue stay-at-home, work-at-home orders

County mayors issue stay-at-home, work-at-home orders

Teachers are not considered essential employees who have to report to a worksite

The recent announcement means that we don't expect Bargaining Unit 05 employees on Oahu to be provided access to their worksite or campus after 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 23.

  Sunday, March 22, 2020  /  Number of views (46)
VIDEO: HSTA and HIDOE sign letter of agreement for public school educators

VIDEO: HSTA and HIDOE sign letter of agreement for public school educators

Agreement provides framework for remote work by Bargaining Unit 05 members

This morning, the Hawaii State Teachers Association and Hawaii State Department of Education signed a letter of agreement that provides a framework to allow our members to work from home for the duration of preparations and response to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

  Friday, March 20, 2020  /  Number of views (245)
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