Member engagement involving critical, time-sensitive information sometimes requires HSTA to spread the word through means other than email, social media, or hard copy flyers.
“I advise every kid not to become a teacher, because it would be irresponsible for me to tell someone to get a four-year degree and not make ends meet,” Eric Hagiwara, a math, robotics, and programming teacher at Waiakea High, said.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association and Bishop Museum are partnering up for a fall makahiki! Enjoy a day at the museum exploring one-of-a-kind gallery spaces and special exhibits.
As a 25-year employee of the State of Hawaii, working for the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Yap is a dedicated public servant who cares deeply about the health and preservation of the Hawaii ERS.
Ka Makana Alii is saying #MahaloTeachers with an exclusive offer for Hawaii State Teachers Association members!