Hawai'i P-20 Council Announces Higher Education Goals

Jan 28, 2014

(Left to Right) Department of Education superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi, Hawai'i Pacific Health Senior VP John La Forgia, Hawai'i P-20 executive director Karen Lee, Governor Neil Abercrombie, Executive Office on Early Learning director GG Weisenfeld, UH Student Caucus chair Richard Mizusawa and Interim UH President David Lassner, announced the state's higher education goals.
Credit Wayne Yoshioka

Sixty-five percent of jobs in Hawaii will require some college by the year 2018.  That, according to a study from Georgetown University.   As HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports, the state unveiled its plan to deliver qualified graduates in the workforce.