Educators who teach along the Leeward coast of Oahu gathered virtually this week to share their stories and concerns with area lawmakers who said they do not support educator pay reductions.
According to Hawaii State Teachers Association analysis of the new metrics, the DOH standards are not well aligned with risk-level metrics issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
HSTA is currently looking for members who can present a virtual workshop on a technique, tool, approach, and/or tips that are successful in your classroom or with your students.
Sign-wave for candidates recommended by the Hawaii State Teachers Association! Please join us and show your support while staying safe.
All three courses are developed in partnership with Leeward Community College and are designed around the standards of professional development.
Teachers and students can take part in free virtual photography workshops at PhotoCon Hawaii in November.
Hawaii residents are invited to participate in the RBG Hawaii Day of Action, a community-led effort of individuals and organizations celebrating and commemorating the life and legacy of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
HIDOE and public charter school teachers are encouraged to work collaboratively in teams or individually to design various curriculums to support fellow educators who are engaged in distance learning or hybrid classrooms.
After the Hawaii State Department of Health’s school reopening metrics came under intense criticism because, among other things, they were as much as 10 times less stringent than federal metrics, the state epidemiologist told state senators Friday that her department is “looking at coming up with a revised draft of the thresholds.”
The memo responds to testimony from HSTA members that prompted the Hawaii State Board of Education to take important action at their Oct. 1 meeting.