Al Nagasako led the HSTA from 2010 to 2014 following his retirement as principal at Kapolei High School where he spent nine years building statewide recognized programs of excellence.
Our professional development courses ensure our members are able to provide a stable, nurturing learning environment that supports students' learning needs.
Heading into this week's summer leadership training, Kaimuki High School teacher Jade Pham says she was "super excited about being involved with HSTA and growing closer to my colleagues who are passionate about advocating for teachers and students." She didn't expect her first-grade teacher from Palolo Elementary, Suanne Kim, to be one of them!
McKinley High School teacher Shaun Kamida recently attended SEARAC's 20th annual Leadership and Advocating Training and shares his experience with us.
It’s not too late to join the DOE for this summer’s Hawaii State Special Education (HSSE) Conference, “Together For Our Keiki," which takes place July 15 through 25 at various statewide sites.
HSTA members will join hundreds of others July 12 at the state Capitol to protest inhumane conditions faced by refugees at federal immigration detention facilities.
Waimanalo Elementary and Intermediate School teacher Blade Shepherd-Jones is back from the trip of a lifetime and eager to share his experience with us!
Learn new ways to work actuarial skills in to your math curriculum, and get paid while you're at it!
The Kamehameha III Elementary teacher and Maui NEA RA delegate tried for four years to get a legislative amendment approved supporting a judicial code of conduct for the justices of the Supreme Court.
New Business Item (NBI) 64 proposed: "At the beginning of all NEA convenings, NEA will acknowledge the native people of whom this land originated." It passed without opposition.