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Inside the April Issue

Ranking the Public Schools

Ranking the Public Schools

 

We’ve ranked Hawai‘i’s public schools using official state Department of Education data. How does yours measure up?

 

Preschool for All?

Preschool for All?

photo: aaron K. Yoshino

 

Hawai‘i politicians have been debating universal preschool for decades, but the first public classes just started six years ago and serve a small percentage of kids in need. Now, a group of public and private decision makers have 200 million reasons to push big change through.

 

Reaping What We Sow

Reaping What We Sow

photo: david croxford

 

Hawai‘i’s landscape is changing. In the past decade, farms of unprecedented diversity have spread across the Islands. But local people aren’t the only ones reaping the benefits.

 

Style

Meet the Model: Neka Lanoza

photo: aaron k. yoshino

 

Eco changes at four brands, a new one-stop shop for local products and catching up with Mililani model Neka Lanoza.

 

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