DOE superintendent Christina Kishimoto

When Hawaii public school classes resume on August 4th, some schools could hold all in-person classes, others may have more online instruction and still others a blend of the two.

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Building Hawaii's future tech workforce; Podcast highlights Hawaii's National Parks; Honolulu overpays its workers, doesn't ask for it back; Conversation with head of public schools Christina Kishimoto

Wayne Yoshioka

The Hawai’i Supreme Court invalidated the Constitutional Amendment question for public education funding on the Nov 6th General Election ballot.  But, 85 percent of voters made choices, anyway. 

State Leaders Will Look for More Public School Funding

Oct 22, 2018
Wayne Yoshioka

State leaders, educators and community supporters came out today to call for additional funding for public education.  This, in light of the Supreme Court ruling Friday to invalidate a constitutional amendment for that purpose.