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.
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.
As HSTA’s new teacher lobbyist, Christine Russo is excited by the unique opportunity to advocate for teachers and students.
Please wear your red HSTA shirt and join us!
The Blood Bank of Hawaii's Bloodmobile will be at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center from 7 to 11 a.m.
HSTA welcomed its new communications specialist this week.