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Hawaiian Schooling

May 2024
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“The Public Schools and the Public Mood” (February) was particularly informative and relevant to our efforts to restructure our public education system—from site-based management and shared decision making to being the first state in the nation to address the latchkey-child problem by establishing low-cost after-school programs in every elementary school.

While we are approaching educational reform with an eye toward the future, the article helps us gain a valuable historical perspective.

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