Reader: Hawaii Early-Childhood Measure Blurs Church and State

Most Hawaii Teachers Rated High Under New Evaluations - Education Week

New teacher evaluations in Hawaii show nearly 98 percent of public school teachers were rates "highly effective" or "effective."

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Hawaii Regains Footing After Early Stumbles on Race to Top

Once in danger of losing its $75 million federal grant, Hawaii is using its Race to the Top money in a way that has converted even some critics.

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Race to the Top Fuels Innovation Push at Hawaii School

Keaau Elementary School in Hawaii used its status as a Race to the Top "zone of innovation" school to raise money to give each student a computer.

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Putting Common Core to Use at Hawaii School

At Kanoelani Elementary, a 785-student school in Waipio on the island of Oahu, the common core is being integrated into a school that prides itself on a cohesive approach to learning across grade levels.

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Hawaii and NAEP: An Upward Trend

After winning a $75 million Race to the Top grant in 2010, Hawaii made significant gains on the National Assessment of Educational Progress.

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Hawaii Prepares for Change in Kindergarten Age

Hawaii officials are emphasizing an upcoming change in the age children can enter kindergarten as an opportunity for late-born pupils to receive an extra year to prepare for school.

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Hawaii Union Reaches 4-Year Contract Deal

After a standoff that lasted two years, the Hawaii State Teachers Association last week approved a contract that ties teacher evaluations and pay raises to student test scores.

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State struggles with problems after charter school closure - Education Week

Hawaii and NAEP: An Upward Trend - Education Week

After winning a $75 million Race to the Top grant in 2010, Hawaii made significant gains on the National Assessment of Educational Progress.

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Race to the Top Fuels Innovation Push at Hawaii School - Education Week

Keaau Elementary School in Hawaii used its status as a Race to the Top "zone of innovation" school to raise money to give each student a computer.

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Putting Common Core to Use at Hawaii School - Education Week

At Kanoelani Elementary, a 785-student school in Waipio on the island of Oahu, the common core is being integrated into a school that prides itself on a cohesive approach to learning across grade levels.

Read More

Hawaii Regains Footing After Early Stumbles on Race to Top - Education Week

Once in danger of losing its $75 million federal grant, Hawaii is using its Race to the Top money in a way that has converted even some critics.

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Hawaii Prepares for Change in Kindergarten Age - Education Week

Hawaii officials are emphasizing an upcoming change in the age children can enter kindergarten as an opportunity for late-born pupils to receive an extra year to prepare for school.

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Hawaii Union Reaches 4-Year Contract Deal - Education Week

After a standoff that lasted two years, the Hawaii State Teachers Association last week approved a contract that ties teacher evaluations and pay raises to student test scores.

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Bank president named chairman of Hawaii Board of Education - Education Week

Reader: Hawaii Early-Childhood Measure Blurs Church and State - Education Week

Department of Education suspends 43 due to misconduct probe - Education Week

Punahou School receives $10 million from anonymous donor - Education Week

Hawaii sees increase in advanced placement test success - Education Week

Maui woman sues DOE for lack of deaf services for students - Education Week

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