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Hui for Excellence in Education, or “HE’E,” is a statewide coalition of diverse stakeholders committed to working collaboratively to identify opportunities to improve public education in Hawai‘i. HE‘E seeks to be the focal point for community and parent engagement while serving as a public resource for educational policy.
HE‘E was formed in May 2010 by parents and community members who stood up and said “no” to school furloughs and “yes” to re-establishing education as a public priority.
In support of Hawai‘i’s successful Race to the Top application, HE‘E will seek to coordinate parent and community engagement to further the Department of Education’s new strategic plan. More about HE‘E’s priorities…
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HEʻE Planning Meeting, Tuesday, February 14, 2017 from 9:00-11:00 am at The Learning Coalition (Validated Parking at Harbor Court Parking Garage, 66 Queen Street. See map here.)
HE’E is please to have Hawaii DOE Chief Financial Officer and Senior Assistant Superintendent Amy Kunz do a presentation on School Level Expenditures as required by the new ESSA law. She is seeking input from community members. Please join us for this opportunity to provide feedback!
HEʻE Planning Meeting, Tuesday, January 10, 2017 from 9:00-11:00 am at The Learning Coalition (Validated Parking at Harbor Court Parking Garage, 66 Queen Street. See map here.)
HEʻE is pleased to have former BOE member Jim Williams join us for a talk story session.
Please join us for an engaging conversation! We will also discuss legislative priorities for the upcoming legislative session, which opens on January 18, 2017. Please RSVP to email@example.com
if you can make it.
HE’E Planning Meeting, Tuesday November 8, 2016 from 9:00-11:00 am at The Learning Coalition (Validated Parking at Harbor Court Parking Garage, 66 Queen Street. See map here.)
HE’E is please to host a session on BOE Policy 105.14 Multilingualism for Equitable Education, to gather input from community stakeholders. The policy was passed in February 2016. The Department of Education (DOE) has developed an initial implementation plan and is gathering input from diverse stakeholders. The session will include a brief presentation on the policy, a discussion about proposed action steps, and a survey. The session with HE`E members helps ensure that families and community organizations are represented. For the second half of the meeting we will discuss HE’E’s comment on the DOE/BOE Strategic Plan.
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