After heading two very different school systems that each faced controversy, New York native Christina Kishimoto sees reason to believe Hawai‘i’s much-maligned public schools can adopt innovative school reform that helps students succeed.
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What’s going to happen to our 180,000 students this fall?
We’ve ranked Hawai‘i’s public schools from the best-performing to the worst, using official state Department of Education data. How does your school measure up?
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Discover what private school options are available in the Aloha State.
Find out how the state’s public schools rank.
A few of Hawai‘i’s best teachers share their thoughts on how to improve the state’s public education system—and how they’ve managed to excel in their own classrooms.
The state rolled out its a new-and-improved version of its teacher evaluations in 2015.
The Hawaiian language makes a comeback. More people are learning the native language of the Aloha State.