Ten candidates sat down with NEA President Lily Eskelsen García and answered questions submitted by NEA members, including two teachers from Hawaii.
HSTA has always opposed laws that focus on penalizing our youth for the use and possession of tobacco products, including e-cigarettes. We do not want laws like this to contribute to the school-to-prison pipeline.
Attorneys visit 3rd-, 4th- and 5th-grade classrooms statewide and help students think about the challenges they face each day and how they can make ethical decisions amid peer pressure and other influences.
In addition to gaining valuable insight in the conservation field, selected participants will receive a $1,600 monthly living allowance and a $6,095 AmeriCorps education award.
A new law is providing much-needed relief for Hawaii public school teachers and counselors. With Act 116, teachers no longer have to pay a license fee.
Unlike private sector workers, public sector employees have no federal law protecting their freedom to join a union and collectively bargain for fair wages, benefits, and improved working conditions.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association welcomed Justin Jansen Monday as its newest UniServ director. "I’ve been an organizer and activist since my early 20s, and a student of the labor movement."
The survey is legitimate and your participation is encouraged! Make your voice heard by shedding light on the issues that matter to you.
The seminar will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo and is open to third- through eighth-grade teachers.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association's Honolulu Chapter is organizing HSTAyCATION, a series of events over summer break that allows members to relax and connect through health and wellness activities.