Teaching our KeikiPosted on Feb 14, 2017 in Top Priorities
Empower our public schools and university, focus on 21st century skills and learning, and ensure schools provide a healthy and safe learning environment.
“This is a major opportunity to change the face of public education in Hawai‘i for the better. Our innovation economy depends on a well-educated workforce to meet the state’s goals in renewable energy, locally grown food production, environmental stewardship and more. It is my hope that the public will participate in this process to help our education system prepare students for high-skill careers in the 21st century.” — Governor David Ige
Track the progress being made to cool 1,000 classrooms in Hawai’i.