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Why aren’t the current assessment tests meeting the needs of our children?
Today, showdowns in courtrooms across the state are taking place between community leaders and developers of hotels, shopping centers and transportation projects. Where is this tension coming from?
How do you build a strong foundation rooted in Hawaiian culture, values and beliefs?
November 7, 2013On September 10, 2013, President Obama nominated Esther Kia‘aina to be the next Assistant Secretary for Insular Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior. As part of the Senate confirmation process, Ms. Kia‘aina will need to get Senate approval, starting with a confirmation hearing. (more…)
October 21, 2013Legislation that would have eliminated funding for Native Hawaiian education programs was defeated in the U.S. House of Representatives Thursday. H.R. 5, the so-called “Student Success Act” would have eliminated the Native Hawaiian Education Act. (more…)
October 21, 2013HONOLULU (April 12, 2013) – The Office of Hawaiian Affairs announced Thursday the launch of a website designed to bring new attention and a strong voice to critically important issues. More than a year in the making, Kamakakoi.com was introduced by OHA's top leadership as a bold, new platform designed for key audiences to get informed, take action and spread the word on policy issues that are front and center in the Native Hawaiian community. (more…)