Images from schools across the state were sent into HSTA and shared on our social media channels.
Lawmakers say one of their goals is to make Hawaii a more affordable place to live, and education plays a significant role.
Are you on track to retire? HSTA and the NEA Retirement Program want you to be sure.
We encourage the community and our decision-makers to join HSTA in advocating for our students and teachers to transform Hawaii’s public schools.
HSTA gives our state-level winner the STACY Award, named in memory of the beloved late HSTA Deputy Executive Director Stacy Nishina, a former public school teacher from Kauai.