The mental health of Hawaiʻi's students is a priority for many educators and state officials. Educators and staff are being leaned on to help students, but some say public schools aren't utilizing every available resource — and even that has its own challenges. HPR's Casey Harlow has more.
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U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz says the money will go exclusively to Title I schools where more than half the student populations are considered to be living in poverty.
Two University of Hawaiʻi projects will use federal funds to support underserved students and family engagement in education. HPR’s Casey Harlow has more.
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