Amid complaints and the resignation of their director, Charter School Commission members face an uncertain future.
The relationship between the commission and charter school leaders has become increasingly contentious in the last year.
Hundreds of opponents decry legislation that some say poses significant risk for harm to Hawaii consumers and keiki.
Legislative proposals would dramatically change public education in Hawaii, but paying for them is a problem.
A case heard Thursday by the Hawaii Labor Relations Board alleges the university didn’t honor key conditions of one professor’s hire letter and retaliated against another.
Bankers, former regents and contractors supported the measure while the Ethics Commission and University of Hawaii faculty union opposed it.
The cost of living weighs so heavily on schoolteachers that many fear they will never get ahead if they stay here.
A teachers union proposal to raise taxes for wide-ranging education improvements is a long shot, but just about everyone is talking about more air conditioning.
A decade after Act 51 mandated that each school in Hawaii have a school community council, it’s unclear how well the system is — or isn’t — working.
The Legislature says it’s a management problem, but the university maintains it’s an issue of funding. Meanwhile, campus facilities continue to crumble to the detriment of students.
A ProPublica database uses federal student aid data to compare college affordability across the country for low-income students. Hawaii’s flagship public university stacks up well.
The state school board says concerns over charter schools and the commission that oversees them warrants a closer look.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday details “decades” of sexual abuse of boys at the hands of the school psychiatrist.
Comments from a recent Board of Education listening tour highlight the troubled relationship between charter schools and the state agency tasked with overseeing them.
A Hawaii law center is suing the Centers for Disease Control to release a safety report critical of a University of Hawaii biolab.
Legislators consider money requests from the Charter School Commission and the state Department of Education.
UH Manoa offers two fully online degree programs, a stark contrast to the 16 programs offered on average at comparable institutions.
Two-thirds of UH Manoa students may not be taking all the courses they need to graduate in four years. Can a new computer program change that and save the state millions?
Hundreds of students in the islands have taken courses in the Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities program.
A tax increase is almost certainly a non-starter at the Legislature, but the call for education reform from new union leaders will at least focus attention on the issues.
Time spent with electronic devices can be educational for children in many ways, but parents are still advised to limit that time.
The new law replacing No Child Left Behind is being heralded as a return to local control; but in Hawaii, little may change.
UH’s deferred maintenance backlog is now $503 million — a displeasing figure to members of the House Committee on Higher Education.
The Charter School Commission was lax in monitoring the now-closed Halau Lokahi school, and possibly other schools, a report says.