Is Public School Reform Working for Hawaii's Students?

Thursday, Dec. 18, 8:00 pm

Is Public School Reform 
Working for Hawaii’s Students? (image) The $75 million Race to the Top grant gave Hawaii's public schools a much needed boost toward overall student academic achievement. But educators still believe we have a long way to go to get our students career- and college-ready. What more needs to be done as we prepare to apply the standards of the one-size-fits-all Common Core nationalized plan for education? Are we placing too much of a burden on our teachers? Should the focus be on parents?

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