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It’s Monday, August 27 – From HPR2, it’s The
Taxing our patience and our wallets with DOE due process
Ronn Nozoe is deputy
superintendent of the Hawaii State Department of Education. He joined the DOE
as a teacher in 1995. In 2000, he moved to administration and now leads,
directs and supervises the DOE's academic programs in the DOE's 15 Complex
Areas, and in the Military Liaison Program, Special Projects and in the Office
of Curriculum, Instruction and Student Support.
melody maker morphs into a jumping flea...
Tranquada is the co-author of “The Ukulele: A History” and director of communications at Occidental
College. As he likes to say, he is also
an embarrassingly bad 'ukulele player.
Whole parent childhoods: campus kids come to
Liam Skilling is the
Director of the Evening Part-time Division and Director of Academic Success at
the William S. Richardson School of Law. He is the father of two daughters,
Talulah and Violette. When he was a student at Richardson, Liam became involved
with the Students with Keiki organization and he is currently its faculty
An unplugged style long
before acoustic was retro...
Rick Towill of Ka Himeni Ana. If you love to play
Hawaiian Nahenahe style, well, you’ve got less than a year to practice for the
29th annual competition. It happens august 24, 2013.
Plus a backyard quiz, today’s reality check and the world view from Deutsche
Welle…first the news… from NPR