Bargaining Unit 05 (BU05) employees of the Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) and public charter schools have voted to ratify a new two-year contract. The Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) is the exclusive BU05 representative.
We have reached a tentative agreement with the employer, and your bargaining team, the HSTA Negotiations Committee, and the HSTA Board of Directors overwhelmingly recommend your support in a vote of YES to ratify the agreement.
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.
Across the state, 42 schools are participating in Kids Voting Hawaii this year, but there's still time to sign up to get students on your campus involved in this important civics lesson about voting and participating in government.
The HSTA has announced its recommended candidates for the November general election. Don't forget to register to vote by Oct. 5 and send in your ballot as soon as possible for the Nov. 3 election.
“This is going to be a teacher-oriented Department of Education. It’s not going to come from the top-down, it’s coming from the teachers up,” Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden told NEA RA delegates Friday.
The Hawaii State Teachers Association released Friday its recommendations for Hawaii State House and Senate candidates in the upcoming 2020 primary election.
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.
Every year, the Hawaii State Teachers Association holds elections at the state and chapter levels to fill the following positions: state-level officers and board directors, NEA directors, NEA RA delegates, state convention delegates, chapter officers, and chapter RA members.