In an effort to expand the use of ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i, the Office of Hawaiian Education is offering an Introductory Level ‘Ōlelo Hawaiʻi course (in two locations) to all Hawai‘i Department of Education (HIDOE) employees (certificated, classified, casual hires, and substitutes).
Over the summer, we will be posting information on free and low-cost opportunities for our members. These resources will focus on the needs of our educators as we prepare for the next school year.
How close are you to retirement? What's your risk tolerance and does your financial portfolio match it? Those are some of the questions you should ask yourself now, and seek free expert advice.
NEA Retirement Specialists offer free seminars to help HSTA members who are within five to 10 years of retirement.
Beginning with the university’s Spring 2020 semester, all HIDOE employees will have two options to take Hawaiian language courses: enrollment in scheduled courses at UHCC campuses statewide or creation of custom courses for a group of employees.
Teacher Appreciation Week takes place May 6–10, and to celebrate, several businesses are offering our teachers special discounts and freebies.
Native Hawaiian educators who teach at, or are planning to teach at, a Hawaii Department of Education or public charter school can apply for financial assistance as they work toward National Board Certification.
The Moanalua Gardens Foundation invites teachers to a free workshop that encourages teachers to use the community as a classroom and as a resource for learning.