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Nominate a Hawaii teacher for the prestigious 2020 S.T.A.C.Y. Award

Nominate a Hawaii teacher for the prestigious 2020 S.T.A.C.Y. Award

The deadline is Feb. 14 to nominate an excellent public school educator

Each year, a winner is chosen based on his or her ability to demonstrate leadership, dedication and passion in five categories: scholarship, teaching, advocacy, community, and youth.

  Friday, January 10, 2020  /  Number of views (575)
Frequently asked questions about teacher shortage crisis differentials

Frequently asked questions about teacher shortage crisis differentials

These FAQs will be updated as new information becomes available

Read specific questions about hard-to-staff, special education and Hawaiian language immersion differentials.

  Friday, December 20, 2019  /  Number of views (9334)
Meet our T-shirt design winners (and yes, there are two!)

Meet our T-shirt design winners (and yes, there are two!)

Mahalo to LeRoy Makekau and Cherie Serrano for creating our new designs

Our selection committee, headed by your elected state leaders, were so impressed by the entries that they couldn't pick just one.

  Thursday, December 19, 2019  /  Number of views (3406)
Campbell High freshman organizes rally advocating for higher teacher pay

Campbell High freshman organizes rally advocating for higher teacher pay

Another Campbell student produced a documentary about the teacher shortage

The rally, attended by students, teachers, and parents, was organized by Jahstyce Ahulau, a 14-year-old Campbell High School freshman who founded the group Fighting for Our Future, a student-led and driven committee to advocate for higher teacher pay.

  Thursday, December 19, 2019  /  Number of views (849)
Deadline to apply for the Innovative Assessment Pilot Program is Dec. 31

Deadline to apply for the Innovative Assessment Pilot Program is Dec. 31

Grade 4 English language arts and grade 8 mathematics teachers are eligible

“This is Hawaii’s best opportunity to get away from the overburdening of standardized tests and move to something that’s better for our students,” said HSTA President Corey Rosenlee.

  Wednesday, December 18, 2019  /  Number of views (577)
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