"Having just come from student teaching and graduating, I felt that I was set and ready to take on the world and my own classroom. I was not prepared for the feeling of failure."
“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.
Teacher sabbatical leave applications are now being accepted for school year 2020–21. Teachers may apply for one semester or for the entire school year.
"For collective bargaining purposes alone, if we are not all negotiating with one voice, we’re not going to get what we need and what we’re asking for."
With summer quickly approaching, you may be wondering how your pay is affected. Do you even get paid? The answer is yes, and here’s how.
Farrington students spent this school year transforming their designs and prototypes into a life-size, 20-foot trailer for the World Surf League.
In June, Blade Shepherd-Jones will board the National Geographic Explorer on a journey to Svalbard, where he will work with Lindblad-National Geographic experts to study and document Arctic wildlife, geology and culture.
In her own words, second-grade teacher Deanna Choy explains why she decided to enter the Narcissus Queen Pageant and what she gained from the experience.
As HSTA’s new teacher lobbyist, Christine Russo is excited by the unique opportunity to advocate for teachers and students.