A proposal to raise the Hawaii school superintendent's salary prompted Civil Beat to do some comparison shopping.
Rejection of contract sends a message: Teachers don't trust union or state.
Fed's Race to the Top warning to Hawaii a test of whether leaders stick to their word.
Academics and operations will soon be split between deputy superintendent and new senior assistant superintendent.
Hawaii has cut $1,175 per student since 2008, just behind California. Still ranks in top 15 states for per-pupil spending.
Matayoshi ducks important questions about "Runaway School Bus Costs."
The old Board of Education didn't think contract was necessary, new board finalized one anyway.
Hawaii's education executives won't disclose terms of a contract they've already implemented.
The education superintendent appeared before the Senate Ways and Means Committee armed with answers for hard questions.
Only one new councilmember is assured a seat after the primary results Saturday night — Breene Harimoto. Three seats will be decided in November.