Hawaiian and Pacific Islander students are suspended more days than U.S. average
By Susan Essoyan firstname.lastname@example.org
June 14, 2019
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Amir Whitaker, left, civil rights attorney for the ACLU of Southern California; Darcia Forester, deputy public defender with the state Public Defenders Office; and Heidi Armstrong, assistant superintendent of the Office of Student Support Services at the DOE, spoke June 6 during a ACLU of Hawaii panel as Rae Shih moderated. They discussed the current landscape of the state’s public schools.
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