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COURTESY OFFICE OF LT. GOV. SYLVIA LUKE
                                A modular building — popularly known as a portable — built for Kamehameha Schools is the type of structure envisioned for Hawaii public preschools under Lt. Gov. Sylvia Luke’s “Ready Keiki” plan to create universal access to preschool.
Teacher shortage complicates Hawaii’s preschool plan

As the state embarks on its ambitious plan to offer universal access to preschool by creating 465 new classrooms by 2032, among the questions stakeholders are asking most is, How will so many additional preschool teachers be found in the midst of the state’s chronic teacher shortage? Read more

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                                Hawaii Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Sylvia Luke.
State to unveil ambitious preschool plan for Hawaii

After decades of urgent calls for a statewide preschool system, a public- private plan finally is being launched to create 465 classrooms so that all Hawaii 3- and 4-year-olds can get access to preschool by 2032, Lt. Gov. Sylvia Luke and community leaders are set to announce today. Read more

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                                View of Bachman Hall on the Manoa Campus.
Senators take UH to task over spending

The University of Hawaii, already smarting from Gov. Josh Green’s changes to its requests to increase its biennial budgets, got no sympathy from state senators demanding more accountability on UH spending and leadership during a contentious meeting Thursday. Read more


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