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Here's a look at how these relief packages can help you in a number of key areas.
April 4 is the deadline to register and enroll in the Democratic Party of Hawaii's 2020 Presidential Primary.
While the HSTA does not represent these valued employees, we want to give them critical information to help them get by during the pandemic.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association encourages all members to vote and have a voice in the political process. Your votes in 2020 can impact whether our public education system thrives or stagnates in the years ahead.
The 2020 Hawaii Employer-Union Health Benefits Trust Fund (EUTF) and Premium Conversion Plan (PCP) open enrollment period will be held from April 1 through May 15, 2020.
Thursday’s decision means that about 10,000 public high school seniors who are on track to graduate will be able to do so on time. Another 1,000 or so students are not on track to graduate. Guidance will be released next week that include ways for educators to work with students to ensure they can graduate, if possible.
“These events have many of us angry, hurt, and afraid—for ourselves, for our loved ones, and for our community. Ultimately, we need to figure out how this will be remembered, how we took a stand, and how we rebuild our larger communities.”
The NEA Center for Communications is conducting a national survey of members this week regarding coronavirus. The goal is to understand the challenges members are facing and to understand what they need from their association in these difficult times.
On Sunday, March 29, Hawaii State Teachers Association leaders discussed the latest developments regarding the Hawaii State Department of Education's response to coronavirus (COVID-19) and answered members' questions.